Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Towns and Incorporated Towns in Tangipahoa Parish

Here are the Unincorporated towns and towns that was Incorporated in Tangipahoa Parish, (* indicated incorporated). The name "Tangipahoa," is an Indian word meaning "ear of corn". The parish was formed from in 1869 form parts of St. Helena, Livington, St. Tammany, Washington parishes. Amite has always been the parish seat. The parish contains 500,000 acres of land.

Greenlaw
Kentwood *
Oak Hill
Tangipahoa *
Day
Newsom's
Fluker
Arcola
Roseland *
Graves
Amite*
Shiloh
Velma
Millards
Independence*
Tickfaw*
Genesee
Hammond*
Pumpkin Center
Natalbany
Torrego
Campbells
Ponchatoula*
Abel
Strader
Manchac
Loranger *

Source: Center For Southeast Louisiana Studies