Titel: 1824 establishments
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 58. Chapters: Orleans County, New York, Clay County, Illinois, Warren County, New Jersey, Alachua County, Florida, Leon County, Florida, Clinton County, Illinois, Dale County, Alabama, Walton County, Florida, Fayette County, Alabama, Nassau County, Florida, Hendricks County, Indiana, Holmes County, Ohio, Allen County, Indiana, Vermillion County, Indiana, Ware County, Georgia, Logan County, West Virginia, Upson County, Georgia, Meade County, Kentucky, Wabash County, Illinois, Ashford, New York, Oriental Club, Senate of Brazil, United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, The Glenlivet, Doctor Philosophiae, Waterloo, New York, United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama, Franklinville, New York, Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Nersisyan School, City of Redcliffe, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Saint Marys Township, Auglaize County, Ohio, Teatro Carlo Felice, Embassy of Brazil, Washington, D.C., Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Balmenach Distillery, Fort Dundas, Linköpings ASS, Royal Perth Golfing Society, Wine and Spirit Trade Association, Central American Republic real, Jersey Glass Company. Excerpt: Vermillion County lies in western Indiana between the Illinois border and the Wabash River. It was officially established in 1824 and was the 50th Indiana county to be formed. It is included in the Terre Haute, Indiana, Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county seat is Newport. According to the 2010 census, the population was 16,212; It has a population density of about 65 inhabitants per square mile (25 /km). The county contains seven incorporated towns with a total population of about 9,900, as well as several unincorporated communities; it is also divided into five townships which provide local services. An interstate highway, two U.S. routes and five state roads cross the county, as does a major railroad line. The first non-indigenous settlers in the area arrived in 1816, the same year that the state of Indiana was established. Vigo County was formed in 1818 and included the area that later became Parke and Vermillion counties. In 1821, Parke County was formed, and on January 2, 1824, the Indiana General Assembly created Vermillion County out of Parke County; the act took effect on February 1. The county seat was established at Newport later that year, and it has always remained there. The county was named for the southbound Vermilion River, which flows nearby. The name is spelled in the French style with a double letter "l", compared to the English spelling of the adjacent Vermilion County, Illinois. This is one of only a few cases in the United States in which a county borders a county with the same name in another state. The first courthouse was a frame building. The contract was awarded in June 1824 for $345 and was to be completed by the following November; it was used for county business until a brick building could be constructed. The brick courthouse was contracted in 1831; the completed building was used until January 29, 1844 when the building caught fire. It was repaired and served until 1868 when a third courthouse was built at a cost of $30,000; a w