Formed from Lincoln and Waldo Counties. Incorporated in 1860 and named for General Henry Knox, a friend and member of President George Washington's cabinet, whose residence was in Thomaston. Contains one city, sixteen towns, one organized plantation and one unorganized township. Rockland is the County Seat. Knox County is approximately 374 square miles along midcoast Maine. -Maine Register-
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Knox County Democratic Committee
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Profile for Knox County
Provides information about members of Congress, State Legislators, cities, towns, law enforcement, schools, media, courts, census bureau, economic, and population estimates. County seat is located in Rockland.
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