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- Spencer County is a county located in the U.S. state of Indiana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 20,952. The county seat is Rockport.
- also known as Spencer County, Indiana
- founded in (198 years ago)
- part of Indiana
- Spencer County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the 2010 census, the population was 17,061. Its county seat is Taylorsville. The County was founded in 1824 and named for Spier Spencer.
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Annual Report (1899)
by Indiana. Department of Geology and Natural Resources
Lennon—Spencer county is an irregularly elongated county, situated in the southwestern part of the State on the Ohio river. On the north it is bordered by Dubois and Warrick counties, on the west by Warrick county and on the east by Perry ...
SPENCER County, organized in 1818, was named in honor of Capt. Spier Spencer, of Harrison county, who fell in the battle of Tippecanoe. It is bounded north by Dubois, east by Perry, south by the Ohio river, and west by Warrick, and it ...
by John E. Kleber
An Indian attack against Kinchloe's Station (located in nearby Nelson County near the Spencer County line) in the fall of 1782 may have slowed settlement of the area, but by 1790 several homes existed in what would become Taylorsville.
by Charles J. Russo
Spencer County Public School District, ...
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