ⓘ Bunkie, Louisiana

                                     

ⓘ Bunkie, Louisiana

Bunkie was founded as a station terminus on the Texas and Pacific Railroad line. It was named for the daughter of the original landowner, she was nicknamed Bunkie.

The Federal postal service in the city is a fresco, cotton pickers, painted in 1939 during the great Depression Caroline Spear Roland. Federal wall paintings was produced from 1934 to 1943 in the United States through the section painting and sculpture later called the section of fine arts of the Ministry of Finance. This work is part of the efforts of the Federal government to employ artists during the difficult depression years.

The area around banks is devoted to agriculture, with the end of the 20th century, corn was important products. Since 1987, the neighbor is the second weekend of June was the annual corn festival in Louisiana.

                                     
  • Bunkie may refer to: Bunkie Louisiana a city in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana United States Bunkie station, an historic train station in Bunkie Louisiana
  • Bunkie station is an historic train station in Bunkie Louisiana The Texas and Pacific Railway established a station on the main line at Bunkie in 1882
  • residential estate located on Louisiana Highway 29, about 4.5 miles 7.2 km south of Bunkie in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana The historic property comprises
  • 2019 was a family physician in Bunkie in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana who was from 1993 to 2008 a member of the Louisiana State Senate for District 28.
  • to be elected as the assessor of Calcasieu Parish. Johns was reared in Bunkie in Avoyelles Parish, where his father, Johnny Johns 1910 1999 was the
  • Court for the Western District of Louisiana Born in Bunkie Louisiana Trimble received a Bachelor of Arts from Louisiana State University in 1955 and a
  • Pacific Railroad, Eunice Opelousas, 20.9 miles 33.6 km Opelousas Bunkie Louisiana 36.1 miles 58.1 km switching tracks at Opelousas, 5 miles 8.0 km
  • Revival - style church located about 9 miles 14 km south of the town of Bunkie Louisiana National Register Information System National Register of Historic
  • extends from Bunkie to the northern terminus near Moreauville and is part of the Louisiana Colonial Trails byway. In the original Louisiana Highway system
  • station broadcasting a Christian AC format. The station is licensed to Bunkie Louisiana and serves the Alexandria area. The station is currently owned by
  • fifteen seasons from 1923 until 1937. Wiltse died at the age of 80 in Bunkie Louisiana Career statistics and player information from Baseball - Reference