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McCracken is a county located in
the Jackson Purchase, the extreme western end of the U.S.
state of Kentucky. McCracken County was founded in 1825,
from Hickman County. The county was named for Captain
Virgil McCracken of Woodford County, who was killed in the
Battle of Frenchtown in southeastern Michigan during the
War of 1812
The county seat and largest city is Paducah.
* Hendron * Lone Oak * Massac * Reidland * Woodlawn-Oakdale *
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* Livingston County (northeast, across the Tennessee River)
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