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Franklin County has a population of 11,057 and encompasses an area of 545 square miles. Franklin county was established in 1832 and in honor of the great Statesman Benjamin Franklin. Places of interest are the Fort Gadsden State Historical Site, St. George Island State Park, and the John Gorrie State Museum. The Florida Highway Patrol currently has five State Trooper positions assigned to the county.

Gadsden County has a population of 45,078 and encompasses an area of 508 square miles. Gadsden county was established in 1823 and named in honor of James Gadsden, Aide-de-camp to General Andrew Jackson in the Florida Campaign of 1818. Places of interest are Lake Seminole and Lake Talquin, and the art galleries and antique shops in the city of Havana. The Florida Highway Patrol currently has six State Trooper positions assigned to the county.

Liberty County has a population of 7,021 and encompasses an area of 835 square miles. Liberty County was established in 1855 and named in honor of our forefathers pursuit of liberty. Places of interest are the Appalachicola National Forest and Toryea State Park. The Florida Highway Patrol currently has five State Trooper positions assigned to the county.

Wakulla County has a population of 23,800 and encompasses an area of 607 square miles. Wakulla County was established in 1843 and the origin of it's name is unknown. Places of interest are the Ochlockonee River State Park, the Wakulla Springs State Park and the St. Mark Wildlife Refuge. The Florida Highway Patrol currently has five State Trooper positions assigned to the county.

 


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