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Warsaw, p-v., capital of Gallatin co., Ky., 51 n. n. w. Frankfort, 535 W. Situated on the s. side of Ohio r., and contains a court house, jail, county clerk's office, 2 steam m. and fac., and 600 inhabitants.

Warsaw, p-v., capital of Kosciusko co., Ia., 126 n. by e. Indianapolis, 603 W. Situated on the e. side of Tippecanoe r., and contains a court house, jail, and 100 inhabitants.

Warsaw, p-v., Hancock co., Ill., 114 w. n. w. Springfield, 892 W. Situated on the e. side of Mississippi r., at the foot of the Des Moines rapids. It contains several stores, a steam m., and about 800 inhabitants. It is near the site of old Fort Edwards.

Warsaw, p-v., capital of Benton co., Mo., 80 s. w. by w. Jefferson City, 1,016 W. Situated on the n. side of Osage r., and contains a court house, jail, 10 stores, 2 tanneries, and about 400 inhabitants.

Warthen's Store, p-o., Washington co., Ga., 37 s. e. Milledgeville, 665 W.

War Traceville, p-o., Bedford co., Tenn., 51 s. s. e. Nashville, 682 W.

Warwick, County, Va. Situated in the s. e. part of the state, and contains 95 sq. ms. James r. bounds it on the s. w. It occupies the s. w. part of the peninsula between James and York rivers. Capital, Warwick C. H. There were in 1840, neat cattle 1,573, sheep 973, swine 3,926; wheat 10,901 bush. produced, Ind. corn 45,975, oats 8,698, potatoes 1,705, cotton 988 pounds; 7 commission houses; 25 stores, cap. $63,000; 1 cotton fac. 1,664 sp., 1 tannery, 2 flouring m., 11 grist m., 6 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $218,300. 2 sch. 52 scholars. Pop. whites 604, slaves 831, free col'd 21; total, 1,456.

Warwick, p-t., Franklin co., Mass., 79 w. n. w. Boston, 420 W. The surface is elevated and uneven, containing an elevated summit denominated Grace mountain; soil, strong and fertile, well adapted to grazing. It contains a Unitarian and a Congregational church. It has no considerable streams. A small branch of Miller's r. rises in its s. e. part. Incorporated in 1763. It has 2 stores, cap. $4,500; 1 fulling m., 3 tanneries, 2 grist m., 12 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $6,600. 1 acad. 42 students, 11 sch. 371 scholars. Pop. 1,071.

Warwick, p-t., Kent co., R. I., 11 s. w. Providence, 401 W. The surface is level on the e., elevated and hilly on the w.; soil, gravelly loam, strong and productive. Watered by Pawtuxet r., which affords good water power. It has several good harbors, the principal of which is Apponaug, on a branch of Narraganset bay in its s. part, which admits vessels of from 20 to 50 tons. The v. contains a Baptist church, an academy, a bank, and about 60 dwellings. The fisheries of Narraganset bay are valuable. Pawtuxet v., at the mouth of Pawtuxet r., lies partly in Cranston t., Providence co., and contains a Congregational and a Baptist church, the latter in Cranston, and is a large manufacturing v. Within a m. of the v. of Apponaug is a huge rock, so balanced upon another rock, that a boy of 14 years of age can move it, making a noise like a drum, and hence called Drum rock. It is a great natural curiosity. There are in t. 68 stores, cap. $152,000; 3 lumber yards, cap. $9,000; 2 woollen fac., 28 cotton fac. 73,041 sp., 2 tanneries, 8 grist m., 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $1,252,200. 5 acad. 186 students, 36 sch. 1,320 scholars. Pop. 6,726.

Warwick, p-t., Orange co., N. Y., 24 s. w. Newburg, 111 s. s. w. Albany, 268 W. The surface is uneven and mountainous; soil, generally fertile. On the w. is a portion of the "Drowned Lands." Drained by Wallkill r., and on the s. by tributaries of Passaic r. The v. contains 1 Reformed Dutch and 1 Baptist church, 6 stores, 1 tannery, 70 dwellings, and about 450 inhabitants. There are in the t. 16 stores, cap. $29,700; 4 lumber yards, cap. $12,000; 1 fulling m., 1 woollen fac., 4 tanneries, 15 distilleries, 8 grist m., 14 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $44,650. 1 acad. 147 students, 20 sch. 1,034 scholars. Pop. 5,113.

Warwick, t., Bucks co., Pa., 5 s. e. Doylestown, 21 n. Philadelphia. The surface is hilly; soil, sandy loam and gravel. Drained by Nishaminy cr. It contains a church in the s. w. part, and several small villages. It has 3 stores, cap. $4,500; 1 flouring m., 4 grist m., 3 saw m., 2 oil m. Cap. in manufac $7,775. 2 sch. 58 scholars. Pop. 1,259.

Warwick, t., Lancaster co., Pa., 9 n. Lancaster. The surface is rolling; soil, calcareous loam, clay, and gravel. Drained by Great Chiques, Hanmer, Cocalico, and Marovia creeks. It has 12 stores, cap. $5,000; 4 tanneries, 6 distilleries, 1 brewery, 1 pottery, 2 flouring m., 10 grist m., 7 saw m., 1 oil m. Cap. in manufac. $33,346. 1 acad. 104 students, 1 sch. 35 scholars. Pop. 3,725.

Warwick, p-v., Cecil co., Md., 15 s. Elkton, 73 n. n. e. Annapolis, 107 W.

Warwick, t., Tuscarawas co., O., 7 southwardly New Philadelphia, and contains Trenton v. It has 4 stores, cap. $6,000; 1 tannery, 1 flouring m., 1 grist m., 1 saw m., 1 oil m. Cap. in manufac. $14,400. 7 sch. 320 scholars. Pop. 864.

Warwick, p-v., capital of Warwick co., Va., 79 e. s. e. Richmond, 194 W. It contains a court house, jail, 1 store, and a few dwellings, and about 25 inhabitants.

Washbourn Prairie, p-o., Barry co., Mo., 220 s. w. Jefferson City, 1,135 W.

Washburnville, p-o., Macomb t., St. Lawrence co., N. Y., 188 n. n. w. Albany, 457 W.

Washington, County, Me. Situated in the s. e. part of the state, and contains 3,500 sq. ms. St. Croix r. separates it from New Brunswick on the e., and the Atlantic bounds it on the s. Drained by Machias, Pleasant, and Narraquagus rivers. It abounds with lakes and ponds. The Schoodic lakes are a collection of several which are extensive. The Atlantic shore is indented with numerous bays, affording many fine harbors. Capital, Machias. There were in 1840, neat cattle 12,021, sheep 20,561, swine 4,827; wheat 20,871 bush. produced, rye 2,624, Ind. corn 394, buckwheat 3,218, barley 5,914, oats 22,111, potatoes 410,868, sugar 1,338 pounds; 3 commercial houses, cap. $370,000; 168 stores, cap. $460,165; 16 lumber yards, cap. $98,300; 50,000 bush. domestic salt produced; 3 fulling m., 1 furnace, 14 tanneries, 36 grist m., 159 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $726,214. 2 acad. 191 students, 211 sch. 9,273 scholars. Pop. 28,327.

Washington, County, R. I. Situated in the s. part of the state, and contains 367 sq. ms. The Atlantic bounds it on the s., and Narraganset bay on the e. Drained by Pawcatuck r. and its branches, the principal of which are Wood and Charles rivers, which afford good water power. The surface is moderately uneven; soil, a strong gravelly loam, well adapted to grazing. It has several good harbors. Capital, North Kingston. There were in 1840, neat cattle 10,741, sheep 35,136, swine 8,399; wheat 1,428 bush. produced, rye 6,267, Ind. corn 113,591, buckwheat 446, barley 12,590, oats 69,317, potatoes 257,731; 80 stores, cap. $114,250; 6 lumber yards, cap. $14,300; 16 fulling m., 25 woolen fac, 23 cotton fac. 23,666 sp., 10 tanneries, 28 grist m., 21 saw m., 1 printing office. Cap. in manufac. §771,610. 6 acad, 270 students, 19 sch. 742 scholars. Pop. 14,324.

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Washington, County, Vt. Situated near the centre of the state, and contains 425 sq. ms. The surface is very uneven; soil, generally fertile. Drained by Onion, or Winooski r., and numerous branches. Organized in 1810, by the name of Jefferson county, which was changed to Washington in 1814. The road from Lake Champlain through Montpelier to Connecticut river, though passing through the Green mountains, has few heavy hills, though the mountains tower on its sides. Capital, Montpelier. There were in 1840, neat cattle 25,415, sheep 110,872, swine 12,150; wheat 44,110 bush. produced, rye 5,763, Indian corn 63,108, buckwheat 23,066, barley 4,028, oats 200,294, potatoes 698,745, hops 7,859 pounds, sugar 451,348; 45 stores, cap. $216,750; 1 furnace, 32 fulling m., 3 woollen fac., 10 tanneries, 6 flouring m., 36 grist m., 85 saw m., 5 oil m., 1 paper fac., 6 printing offices, 1 periodical, 2 daily, 6 weekly newspapers. Cap. in manufac. $464,252. 2 acad. 231 students, 196 schools 6,866 scholars. Pop. 23,506.

Washington, County, N. Y. Situated in the e. toward the n. part of the state, and contains 807 sq. miles. Hudson r. bounds it on the w., Lake George on the n. w., and the s. part of Lake Champlain partly on the e. The surface is hilly on the n., undulating on the s.; soil, generally warm and productive. Watered by Hoosick and Battenkill rs., flowing into Hudson r., and Pawlet and Poultney rs. and Wood cr., flowing into Lake Champlain. The Champlain canal passes through the county, terminating n. at Whitehall on the lake. Capitals, Sandy Hill and Salem. There were in 1840, neat cattle 39,159, sheep 210,610, swine 27,668; wheat 49,189 bush. produced, rye 136,510, Indian corn 297,405, buckwheat 32,642, barley 9,569, oats 448,064, potatoes 851,545, sugar 4,246 pounds; 140 stores, cap. $427,900; 1 furnace, 3 forges, 15 fulling m., 13 woollen fac., 2 cotton fac. 3,144 sp., 19 tanneries, 1 powder m., 2 potteries, 2 flouring m., 31 grist m., 93 saw m., 4 printing offices, 4 weekly newspapers. Cap. in manufac. $257,7i8. 10 acad. 482 students, 205 schools 7,526 scholars. Pop. 41,080.

Washington, County, Pa. Situated in the s. w. part of the state, and contains 1,000 sq. miles. Monongahela r. bounds it on the e., by branches of which, and by Racoon and Buffalo and other creeks, it is drained. The surface is elevated, uneven, and broken; soil, fertile. Bituminous coal is abundant. Capital, Washington. There were in 1840, neat cattle 35,344, sheep 222,631, swine 54,285; wheat 666,200 bushels produced, rye 38,157, Ind. corn 653,692, buckwheat 29,368, barley 11,913, oats 1,862,528, potatoes 531,569, sugar 56,032 pounds; 120 stores, cap. $481,800; 3 fulling m., 3 woollen fac., 30 tanneries, 18 distilleries, 2 glass fac., 2 potteries, 2 printing offices, 2 weekly newspapers, 25 flouring m., 66 grist m., 72 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $279,005. 2 colleges, 349 students, 6 acad. 175 students, 170 sch. 6,490 scholars. Pop. 41,279.

Washington, County, Md. Situated toward the w. part of the state, and contains 440 sq. ms. Potomac r. bounds it on the s. and s. w. Drained by Antictam, Conecocheague, and other creeks, flowing into the Potomac. The surface is partly mountainous and broken; soil, fertile, particularly in the valleys and on the streams. Capital, Hagerstown. There were in 1840, neat cattle 15,841, sheep 15,798, swine 36,418; wheat 668,787 bush. produced, rye 111,829, Ind. corn 655,041, buckwheat 1,864, barley 268, oats 436,864, potatoes 75,783; 2 commission houses, cap. $4,000; 96 stores, cap. $360,250. 1 furnace. 2 forges, 7 fulling m., 2 woollen fac., 20 tanneries, 16 distilleries, 3 breweries, 3 potteries, 1 rope factory, 52 flouring m., 9 grist m., 43 saw m., 1 oil m., 6 printing offices, 5 weekly newspapers. Cap. in manufac. $421,188. 2 acad. 95 students, 53 sch. 1,823 scholars. Pop. whites 24,724, slaves 2,536, free col'd 1,580; total, 28,850.

Washington, County, Va. Situated in the s. w. part of the state, and contains 764 sq. miles. Drained by New r., and branches of Great Kanawha r., and by branches of Clinch r. The Blue Ridge runs on its n. w. border. The surface is mostly valleys between mountain ridges; soil, fertile in the valleys. Capital, Abingdon. There were in 1840, neat cattle 13,810, sheep 18,530, swine 32,450; wheat 106,750 bushels produced, rye 8,116, Indian corn 397,476, buckwheat 4,236, barley 1,168, oats 295,770, potatoes 60,180, sugar 62,740 pounds; 9 stores, cap. $304,000; 9 tanneries, 103 distilleries, 2 powder m., 40 grist m., 36 saw m., 1 printing office, 1 weekly newspaper. Cap. in manufac. $43,381. 1 college 150 students, 18 sch. 551 scholars. Pop. whites 11,731, slaves 2,058, free col'd 212; total, 13,001.

Washington, County, N. C. Situated in the e. part of the state, and contains 360 sq. ms. Roanoke r. and Albemarle sound bound it on the n. The surface is level, low, and in part swampy. Phelps lake lies in its e. part. Capital, Plymouth. There were in 1840, neat cattle 2,928, sheep 2,125, swine 9,319; wheat 8,707 bush. produced, rye 165, Ind. corn 155,023, oats 4,349, potatoes 19,672, rice 6,050 pounds, cotton 79,925; 1 commercial and 2 commission houses, cap. $32,000; 13 stores, cap. $62,000; 13 distilleries, 3 flouring m., 4 grist m., 4 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $33,700. 2 sch. 38 scholars. Pop. whites 2,639, slaves 1,727, free col'd 159; total, 4,525.

Washington, County, Ga. Situated e. of the centre of the state, and contains 760 square ms. Ogeechee r. bounds it on the n. e., and Oconee r. on the s. w., by branches of which it is drained. The soil is various, but generally indifferent. Capital, Sandersville. There were in 1840, neat cattle 10,806, sheep 4,439, swine 26,426; wheat 20,066 bushels produced, rye 1,274, Indian corn 298,747, oats 2,639, potatoes 15,677, cotton 1,190,770 pounds; 17 stores, cap. $43,000; 29 distilleries, 2 flouring m., 18 grist m., 11 saw m. Cap. in manufac $18,600. 5 acad. 153 students, 8 sch. 108 scholars. Pop. whites 5,962, slaves 4,566, free col'd 37; total, 10,565.

Washington, County, Flor. Situated toward the w. part of the territory, and contains 1,500 sq. ms. The Gulf of Mexico bounds it on the s. w., and Choctawhatchee r. on the w., by branches of which, and by Econfina r., it is drained. It contains the fine bay of St. Andrews, on the banks of which is a large amount of live oak. The soil along the seashore is generally poor, but there is some good land in the county. Capital, Roche's Bluff. There were in 1840, neat cattle 4,601, sheep 52, swine 2,637; Indian corn 24,965 bush. produced, potatoes 5,365, rice 2,100 pounds, cotton 176,120, sugar 4,170; 5 grist m., 3 acad. 52 students, 5 schools 108 scholars. Pop. whites 504, slaves 353, free col'd 2; total, 859.

Washington, County, Ala. Situated toward the s. w. part of the state, and contains 840 sq. miles. Tombigbee river bounds it on the e., by branches of which, and by Escatawpa creek, it is drained. Capital, Barryton. There were in 1840, neat cattle 20,361, sheep 2,221, swine 14,083; wheat 386 bush. produced, rye 360, Ind. corn 152,049, barley 28, oats 2,383, potatoes 23,934, cotton 355,748 pounds; 8 stores, capital $14,900; 2 tanneries, 2 potteries, 10 grist m., 4 saw m., 14 oil m. Cap. in manufac. $33,500. 12 schools 201 scholars. Pop. whites 2,843, slaves 2,434, free col'd 23; total, 5,300.

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Washington, County, Miss. Situated in the w. part of the state, and contains 2,420 sq. miles. Mississippi r. bounds it on the w., and Yazoo r. partly on the e. Drained by Sunflower r. and its branches. Capital, Princeton. There were produced in 1840, cotton 15,100,400 pounds. Pop. whites 654, slaves 6,627, free colored 6; total, 7,287.

Washington, Parish, Ia. Situated in the e. part of the state, and contains 792 sq. ms. Pearl r. bounds it on the e., and Tangiapao r. runs on its w. border. Drained by Boguechitto and Chifuncte rs. The soil is generally sterile, covered with pine. Cotton is produced. Capital, Franklinton. There were in 1840, neat cattle 9,000, sheep 1,050, swine 14,250; Ind. corn 98,790 bush. produced, oats 59,000, potatoes 9,850, rice 251,250 pounds, cotton 375,200; 8 stores, cap. $40,000; 1 cotton fac. 6 sp., 1 tannery, 11 grist m., 13 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $245,575. 2 acad. 70 students, 2 schools 50 scholars. Pop. whites 1,856, slaves 791, free col'd 2; total, 2,649.

Washington, County, Tenn. Situated in the e. part of the state, and contains 590 square ms. Drained by Nolachucky r. and its branches. A branch of Holston river runs on its n. e. border. Capital, Jonesboro'. There were in 1840, neat cattle 9,663, sheep 12,032, swine 70,526; wheat 121,424 bushels produced, rye 3,082, Indian corn 330,599, oats 165,758, potatoes 13,936, tobacco 15,162 pounds; 18 stores, cap. $130,500; 2 furnaces, 8 forges, 11 tanneries, 56 distilleries, 6 flouring m., 27 grist m., 28 saw m., 3 oil m., 2 printing offices, 2 weekly newspapers. Cap. in manufac. $18,595. 1 college 10 students, 1 acad. 34 students, 18 sch. 380 scholars. Pop. whites 10,600, slaves 915, free col'd 236; total, 11,751.

Washington, County, Ky. Situated a little n. of the centre of the state, and contains 475 sq. ms. Chaplin's fork of Salt r. runs on its n. border, by branches of which it is drained. Capital, Springfield. There were in 1840, neat cattle 5,955, sheep 9,966, swine 28,200; wheat 27,350 bush. produced, rye 21,433, Indian corn 281,730, oats 28,720, potatoes 7,088, tobacco 72,000 pounds; 16 stores, cap. $37,900; 6 tanneries, 29 distilleries, 11 breweries, 2 flouring m., 30 grist m., 7 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $15,012. 1 acad. 80 students, 22 sch. 636 scholars. Pop. whites 7,900, slaves 2,658, free col'd 38; total, 10,596.

Washington, County, O. Situated in the s. e. part of the state, and contains 713 square miles. Ohio r. runs on its whole s. e. border. Drained by Muskingum and Little Muskingum rivers, and Duck, Wolf, Little Hockhocking, Cat's, and Bear creeks. The surface is hilly and broken, excepting alluvial tracts on the Ohio and Muskingum rivers; soil, adapted to grazing and to fruit. Salt and iron ore have been found. Bituminous coal is abundant on the Big and Little Muskingum rs., and on the latter carburetted hydrogen gas issues in many places, which is easily ignited, and burns for several successive days. It was the first organized county in the state. Capital, Marietta. There were in 1840, neat cattle 12,122, sheep 34,790, swine 17,399; wheat 160,650 bush. produced, Ind. corn 320,471, buckwheat 1,454, oats 147,210, potatoes 98,362, tobacco 11,390 pounds, sugar 11,996; 58 stores, cap. $99,587; 2 fulling m., 10 tanneries, 4 distilleries, 1 flouring m., 41 grist m., 60 saw m., 1 oil m., 3 printing offices, 3 weekly newspapers. Cap. in manufac. $148,055. 1 college 100 students, 1 acad. 53 students, 107 sch. 4,476 scholars. Pop. 20,823.

Washington, County, Ia. Situated toward the s. part of the state, and contains 540 sq. ms. The surface is diversified; soil, fertile, and easy of cultivation. Muscatatack r. runs on its n. boundary. Drained by Blue r., and Rush, Twin, Delany, and Elk crs. The macadamized road from New Albany to Crawfordsville, is located through the county. Organized in 1813. Capital, Salem. There were in 1840, neat cattle 10,434, sheep, 17,247, swine 21,621; wheat 52,508 bushels produced, rye 1,830, Ind. corn 164,401, oats 50,047, potatoes 10,751, tobacco 71,161 pounds; 30 stores, cap. $61,000; 2 cotton fac. 564 sp., 22 tanneries, 8 flouring m., 32 grist m., 37 saw m., 1 oil m., 2 printing offices, 2 weekly newspapers. Cap. in manufac. $105,575. 2 acad. 96 students, 19 sch. 519 scholars. Pop. whites 15,076, colored 193; total, 15,269.

Washington, County, Ill. Situated toward the s. part of the state, and contains 656 sq. ms. Kaskaskia r. runs on its n. w. boundary. Drained by Elkhorn, Beaucoup, and Muddy creeks. The surface is level and wet; soil, indifferent. It has considerable prairie in its s. part. Capital, Nashville. There were in 1840, neat cattle 10,360, sheep 5,300, swine 18,990; wheat 28,540 bush. produced, Ind. corn 272,990, oats 61,080, potatoes 7,175; 5 stores, cap. $56,000. Cap. in manufactures $930. 14 sch. 299 scholars. Pop. 4,810.

Washington, County, Wis. Situated in the e. part of the territory, and contains 675 sq. ms. Michigan lake bounds it on the e. Drained by Milwaukie and Menomonee rs. Capital, Washington. There were in 1840, neat cattle 277, sheep 1, swine 288; wheat 182 bush. produced, Indian corn 553, oats 165, potatoes 2,150, sugar 4,659 pounds; 3 saw m. Cap. in manufactures $2,500. 1 sch. 7 scholars. Pop. 343.

Washington, County, Iowa. Situated in the w. toward the s. part of the territory, and contains 648 sq. ms. Drained by Iowa r., and Long and Crooked crs., and by a branch of Checauque or Skunk r. The climate is healthy; soil, fertile. Capital, Washington. There were in 1840, neat cattle 600, sheep 39, swine 864; wheat 2,210 bush. produced, Indian corn 100,055, oats 2,155, potatoes 1,357; 5 stores, capital $3,900; 2 saw m. Pop. 1,594.

Washington, County, Mo. Situated toward the s. e. part of the state, and contains 820 sq. miles. The surface is hilly and broken; soil, in some parts, fertile. Watered by Big river and its tributaries, which afford water power, and by head branches of Big Black and St. Francis rs. It contains the celebrated "Iron mountain," which is a mass of magnetic iron ore, so pure in quality as to yield from 70 to 80 per cent, under the ordinary process of converting ore into malleable iron. Capital, Potosi. There were in 1840, neat cattle 9,573, sheep 5,618, swine 19,420; wheat 34,933 bush. produced, Ind. corn 268,285, buckwheat 3,860, oats 50,344, potatoes 4,748, tobacco 5,448 pounds, sugar 10,227; 16 stores, cap. $76,100; 1 furnace, 1 forge, 3 tanneries, 1 distillery, 1 pottery, 5 grist m., 4 saw m. Capital in manufac. $28,650. 1 acad. 83 students, 15 sch. 339 scholars. Pop. whites 6,248, slaves 923, free col'd 42; total, 7,231.

Washington, County, Ark. Situated in the n. w. part of the state, and contains 900 sq. ms. Ozark mountains lie on its n. border. Drained by a head branch of White r. Capital, Fayetteville. There were in 1840, neat cattle 11,734, sheep 7,947, swine 35,829; wheat 16,384 bushels produced, Ind. corn 380,490, oats 47,368, potatoes 24,264, tobacco 6,070 pounds, cotton 18,685; 32 stores, cap. $273,200; 1 cotton fac. 84 sp., 9 tanneries, 7 distilleries, 4 flouring m., 12 grist m., 8 saw m., 1 printing office. Cap. in manufactures $63,610. 2 acad. 75 students, 13 sch. 358 scholars. Pop. whites 6,246, slaves 883, free colored 19; total, 7,148.

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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

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