Muskingum County Ohio AHGP

Muskingum County was founded in 1804. Muskingum comes from the Delaware Indian word, it means "town by the river" or " elk's eye".
The county seat is Zanesville.
The cities/towns/villages: Zanesville, Adamsville, Dresden, Frazeysburg, Fultonham, Gratiot, New Concord, Norwich, Philo, Roseville, South Zanesville, Duncan Falls, East Fultonham, North Zanesville, Pleasant Grove, Trinway, Adams Mills, Bloomfield, Blue Rock, Bridgeville, Chandlersville, Coal Hill, Dillon Falls, Ellis, Freeland, Gaysport, Gilbert, High Hill, Hopewell, Irville, Licking View, Mattingly Settlement, Meadow Farm, Museville, Nashport, Ostego, Rix Mills,Runadale, Sonora, Stovertown, Sundale, White Cottage, Young Hickory, Zeno, Brush Creek Township, Cass Township, Clay Township, Falls Township, Harrison Township, Highland Township, Jackson Township, Jefferson Township, Licking Township, Madison Township, Meigs Township, Monroe Township, Muskingum Township, Newton Township, Perry Township, Rich Hill Township, Salem Township, Salt Creek Township, Springfield Township, Union Township, Washington Township, and Wayne Township.

* Muskingum County, Ohio situated twoards the South Eastern part of the state and contains 665 square miles.  Muskingum County is drained by Muskingum River and branches in the Licking River. It abounds with bituminous coal and has pipe clay and burrstone, which is suitable for millstones. There are about 30 salt works in the county. The brine is obtained by boring into a stratum of whitish sandstone at a depth of 350 to 700 feet. The ancient mounds are numerous. In 1840, there were neat cattle 20, 994; sheep 37,173; swine 51, 859; wheat 366, 929 bushels, produced; rye 3,599; indian corn 623,877; buckwheat 24,979; barely 2,098; oats 196,408; potatoes 113, 149; tobacco 38,529 pounds; sugar 21,824 pounds; 50 commission houses, capital $143,350; 66 stores, capital $120,725; 1 lumber yard capital $200; 3 fulling mills; 2 wooden factories; 8 tanneries; 9 distilleries; 5 breweries; 22 potteries; 22 flouring mills; 27 grist mills; 72 saw mills; 1 paper factory; 6 printing offices; 1 bindery; and 2 weekly newspaper. Captial in manufacturing $338,898; 1 college,  40 students; 4 academies, 218 students; 148 schools, 5,925 scholars. Population: $33,749.

*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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