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Bullitt County is named after Alexander Scott Bullitt,
one of the architects of Kentucky government,
and was created on January 1, 1797. It was
formed out of parts of Jefferson and Nelson
County. In 1811, the current northwestern area
of the county was formed from land given by
Jefferson County, and when Spencer County was
created in 1824, land from the eastern
boundary was given to them.
In the late 1700s to the mid 1800s, Bullitt County was the site of thriving Salt and Iron works industries.
Shepherdsville is the
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