Category: Logan County, Kentucky

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A county in the state of Kentucky.


Logan County, Kentucky

Logan County is a county located in the southwest area of the U.S. state of Kentucky. Its county seat is Russellville. The county is named for Benjamin Logan, a Revolutionary War militia colonel and local leader.

Adjacent counties

Muhlenberg County (northwest)
Butler County (north)
Warren County (northeast)
Simpson County (southeast) - created by a Legislative Act of 28 January 1819 from Logan, Warren, and Allen Counties.
Robertson County, Tennessee (south)
Todd County (west)

Red River Meeting House

The Red River Meeting House was the site of the first religious camp meeting in the United States. Held June 13–17, 1800, it marked the start of the Second Great Awakening, a major religious movement in the United States in the first part of the nineteenth century. The meeting was organized by the Presbyterian minister James McGready (also spelled M’Gready) in Logan County, Kentucky, and several preachers took part.



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