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Kentucky Overview

Kentucky is the 26th most populated state in the USA and is also known as the Bluegrass State. The capital city of Kentucky is Frankfort. The governor of Kentucky is Matt Bevin. The population of Kentucky is currently 4,454,189 as on July 1, 2017, as per the United States Census Bureau.

The population of Kentucky has seen a growth percentage of 2.6% since 2010. Since the year 1900, the rural Kentucky counties have experienced a net loss of almost more than 1 million people from the time of migration, while the Kentucky urban areas have experienced a slight net gain in population.

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Kentucky Senators, Languages Spoken and Courts in Operation

Andrew Graham Beshear, American lawyer, and politician are serving as the 50th and current Attorney General of Kentucky. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Kentucky is currently represented in the U.S. Senate by Republicans Mitch McConnell (serving since 1985) and Rand Paul (serving since 2011).

Currently, on his sixth term in office, McConnell is Kentucky's longest-serving Senator and has also been the Republican Leader of the United States Senate since 2007. 
The primary language of the state of Kentucky is English. Spanish is the second-most-spoken language in Kentucky, after English.

The judicial branch of Kentucky is called the Kentucky Court of Justice and comprises of courts of limited jurisdiction called District Courts; courts of general jurisdiction are called Circuit Courts; specialty courts such as Drug Court and Family Court exist as well; an intermediate appellate court, the Kentucky Court of Appeals for all appeals; and a court of last resort, the Kentucky Supreme Court.

The Kentucky Court of Justice is headed by the Chief Justice of the Commonwealth. Unlike federal judges, justices serving in the Kentucky state courts are chosen by the state's populace in non-partisan elections.

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Native American History – European Settlement and Conflict with Native Americans

As more settlers entered the area, warfare broke out because the Native Americans considered the settlers to be encroaching onto their traditional hunting grounds.

A 1790 U.S. government report states that 1,500 Kentucky settlers had been killed by Native Americans since the end of the Revolutionary War. In 1786, George Rogers Clark led a group of 1,200 men in actions against Shawnee towns on the Wabash River to begin the Northwest Indian War.

Geography – The Size of the State of Kentucky
Located in the eastern, south-central region of the US, the Commonwealth of Kentucky is the smallest of the eight south-central states and ranks 37th in size among the 50 states. The total area of Kentucky is 104,659 square km, of which just land makes up 102,743 sq. Km and inland water 1,917 sq. Km.

Top Jobs and Things to Do in Kentucky, including Historic Landmarks of Kentucky

Most sought after jobs in the state of Kentucky include home health aide, physical therapist assistant, operations analyst, and certified nursing assistant. Amongst the national parks, monuments and historic landmarks of Kentucky, Abraham Lincoln’s Birthplace, Big South Fork, Camp Nelson, the Belle of Louisville, Burks’ Distillery and Churchill Downs are some of the best places to visit. Amongst the best things to do in Kentucky, The Mammoth Cave National Park, the Red River Gorge Geological Area and the Cumberland Falls fall in the list of top 10 things to do.

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