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Chalmette, LA -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Louisiana
Population (2000): 32069
Housing Units (2000): 12896
Land area (2000): 7.339151 sq. miles (19.008313 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.602759 sq. miles (1.561138 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 7.941910 sq. miles (20.569451 sq. km)
FIPS code: 14135
Located within: Louisiana (LA), FIPS 22
Location: 29.945504 N, 89.961602 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 70043
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
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Usage examples of "chalmette".

Any part of the area between the Chalmette and Villeré plantations would make superb terrain for the Americans, allowing them to erect fortifications to defend the city.

For a moment—not a long one—the dismal field at Chalmette shined brightly.

But they wouldn't be enough to affect whatever battle started across the river on Chalmette field.

If he'd been in command here, despite his own great doubts about the prospects, the men would have started across Chalmette field at least an hour earlier.

Not when all he had to do was look across the bareness of Chalmette field.

There was no chance—certainly not at this late hour—that a charge across Chalmette field could carry the day.

The name of the starboard bow was Chalmette, but the lettering on the sides of the containers stacked on the main deck read "Bougainville.

As THE Chalmette steamed toward Florida, communications became hectic.

The continued silence from the Chalmette infuriated the reporters and correspondents.

Slowly approaching the docking terminal at Dodge Island in the Port of Miami, the Chalmette was greeted by a massive crowd of over a hundred thousand people surging against a police cordon blocking the entrance to the pier.

After the sinking, I arranged to have her flown off the Chalmette to the laboratory.

  As THE Chalmette steamed toward Florida, communications became hectic.

  Slowly approaching the docking terminal at Dodge Island in the Port of Miami, the Chalmette was greeted by a massive crowd of over a hundred thousand people surging against a police cordon blocking the entrance to the pier.

But they wouldn’t be enough to affect whatever battle started across the river on Chalmette field.

If he’d been in command here, despite his own great doubts about the prospects, the men would have started across Chalmette field at least an hour earlier.