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image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 13 April 2010
Based on: www.parishofcameron.net/AboutUs.asp
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Municipal flags in Cameron Parish:
The flag of Cameron Parish, Louisiana, can be seen at
About the parish:
"Cameron Parish, is the Parish with the most land area in the United States. The parish has a total area of 1,932 square miles, of which, 1,313 square miles of it is land and 619 square miles of it is water. Cameron Parish is located in the southwest corner of Louisiana. The Parish has about 10,000 residents."
Valentin Poposki, 6 April 2010
It is a dark blue flag with a light green “cutout” landscape showing sky, swamp, and hillock, the sky area shaped as the parish map and outlined in white; at the fly side an oil rig in black, and at the lower fly the outline of an alligator and swamp plants; on the upper hoist a golden helm wheel with 8 handles and black drop shadow to the lower fly, reading in black sans-serif capitals "Cameron" arched above and "Parish" below.
Official website flat flag image at www.parishofcameron.net/Images/Interior/photos/cameron%20flag.jpg.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 13 April 2010