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  2. 029. Coalgate. 1907. Tobucksy County, Choctaw Nation. Coal, the primary economic product of the region at the time [17] 6,031. 518 sq mi. ( 1,342 km 2) Comanche County.

  3. One of nine original counties; formed from residual St. Croix County, Wisconsin Territory. Thomas Hart Benton (1782–1858), former United States Senator from Missouri (1821-1851) 38,451: 408.28 sq mi (1,057 km 2) Big Stone County: 011: Ortonville: 1862: Pierce County: Big Stone Lake, a lake located in the county 5,269: 496.95 sq mi (1,287 km 2 ...

  4. There are two former counties in Tennessee: James County (1870–1919) - Now part of Hamilton County. The county seat was Ooltewah. Tennessee County (1788–1796) - When Tennessee achieved statehood, the previous Tennessee County in North Carolina became Tennessee County, Tennessee, and was divided into Montgomery and Robertson Counties.

  5. County Created Abolished Fate; Charlotte County: 1772 1784 Partitioned and renamed as Washington County: Cornwall County: 1665 1686 Transferred to the part of Massachusetts that later became the state of Maine and partitioned; one of the 12 original counties created in the New York colony

  6. The Ohio River, which formed the county's northern border until the creation of Daviess and Hancock counties 23,842: 594 sq mi (1,538 km 2) Oldham County: 185: La Grange: 1823: Henry County, Jefferson County and Shelby County: William Oldham (1753–1791), Revolutionary War colonel 60,316: 189 sq mi (490 km 2) Owen County: 187: Owenton: 1819

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