Jackson County, Indiana
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Welcome to Jackson County, Indiana
Welcome to Jackson County! Jackson County was organized in 1812. It was named after General Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the United States. Fort Vallonia was the first county seat, but was later moved to Brownstown. Brownstown remains the county seat today. The county is divided into 12 Townships which are; Brownstown, Carr, Driftwood, Grassy Fork, Hamilton, Jackson, Owen, Pershing, Redding, Salt Creek, Vernon and Washington.
It's neighboring counties are; Bartholomew, Brown, Jennings, Lawrence and Washington.
Cities, towns and unincorporated places: Acme, Brownstown, Clearspring, Crothersville, Courtland, Freetown, Kurtz, Medora, Seymour, Uniontown and Vallonia.
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