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Kentucky, one of the western United States, is bounded north by Ohio, Indiana,
and Illinois, from which it is separated by the Ohio River; east by Virginia;
south by Tennessee; and west by the Mississippi, which separates it from Missouri.
It is between 36° 30' and 39° 10' north latitude, and between 81° 50' and 89° 20'
west longitude, and between 5° and 10° west longitude from west. Its greatest
length is about 400 miles, and breadth 170 miles, containing 40,500 square miles,
or 25,920,000 acres. The population in 1790 was 73,677; in 1800, 220,959; in
1810, 406,511; in 1820, 564,317; in 1830, 683,844; in 1840, 779,828, of which
182,253 were slaves. Of the free population, 305,323 were white males; 284,930
were white females; 3,761 were colored males; 3,556 were colored females.
Employed in agriculture, 197,733; in commerce, 3,448; in manufactures and trades,
23,217; navigating the ocean, 44; canals, lakes, and rivers, 968; in mining, 331;
learned professions, 2,487.
There are 90 counties .... Continued
Source: A Complete Descriptive And Statistical Gazetteer Of The United States Of America, By Daniel Haskel, A. M and J. Calvin Smith, Published By Sherman & Smith, 1843
Stations & Early Settlements of Kentucky
Military Forts of Kentucky
Governors, Lt. Governors, Secretaries 1792 ~ 1875
Kentucky Census Images 1810 ~ 1940
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