Place:Johnson's Bayou, Cameron, Louisiana, United States

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NameJohnson's Bayou
Alt namesJohnson's Bayousource: WeRelate abbreviation
TypeUnknown
Located inCameron, Louisiana, United States
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Johnson Bayou is a small community located on the Creole Nature Trail along the Gulf Coast in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, United States, and is named after Daniel Johnson, who came to the area in around 1790. The village is spread across coastal chenieres which were formed by deltaic sedimentation by the shifting of the Mississippi River. This geologic formation,the coastal cheniere [1][2], is found only in a few locations across the globe. The Population is near 400.

Johnson Bayou is part of the Lake Charles Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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