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Vanderburgh County
Organized in 1818
Named for Henry Vanderburgh
Historic and modern worlds meet in Vanderburgh County. Located here is a historic Middle Mississippian Native American village from the 14th and 15th centuries. The inhabitants built a commercial and religious regional center that included an earthen mound rising 44 feet and covering four acres. The county seat, Evansville, is the largest city in southern Indiana.
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