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Mailboxes in Golden Meadow, LA

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300 S Alex Plaisance Blvd

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Golden Meadow, LA 70357

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301 Iberville St

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Donaldsonville, LA 70346

4884 Highway 1 Ste 4

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Mathews, LA 70375

1002 Highway 70

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Morgan City, LA 70380

101 Gilmore Dr

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Berwick, LA 70342

300 S Alex Plaisance Blvd

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Golden Meadow, LA 70357

6075 Highway 1

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Paincourtville, LA 70391

7661 Grand Caillou Rd

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Dulac, LA 70353

6075 Highway 1

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Plattenville, LA 70391

6502 Highway 182 E

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Amelia, LA 70380

201 Old Highway 659

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Schriever, LA 70395

181 Highway 401

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Napoleonville, LA 70390

910 Canal Blvd

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Thibodaux, LA 70301

3393 Highway 1

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Grand Isle, LA 70358

1047 W Tunnel Blvd

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Houma, LA 70360

16130 W Main St

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Cut Off, LA 70345

5106 Highway 56

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Chauvin, LA 70344

2643 Highway 1

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Labadieville, LA 70372

123 W 17 Th St

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Larose, LA 70373

600 Catherine St

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Patterson, LA 70392

1225 Highway 55

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Montegut, LA 70377

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Golden Meadow French: Canal Yankee is a town along Bayou Lafourche in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 2,101 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Houma–Bayou Cane–Thibodaux Metropolitan Statistical Area. Its main sources of revenue are from speeding tickets, property tax, sales tax, and from the oil and gas industry. The fishing and seafood industries also have strong economic impacts, with charter fishing, restaurants, and lodging actively serving patrons. The town was once known as a speed trap, but it has since been bypassed by Hwy 3235 and city traffic has been reduced to mostly locals. As in other places in Louisiana, there is a noticeable presence of Cajun culture, music, and cuisine. The Golden Meadow name was given by the original land grant owners, Benjamin and Louisa Hobbs Barker of Illinois. In 1839, they named it so because of the yellow flowers growing everywhere. They hoped to become wealthy selling lots to French and English settlers, but abandoned the plan.

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