Monroe County is the name of seventeen counties in the United States, named after James Monroe, fifth President of the United States:
- Monroe County, Alabama
- Monroe County, Arkansas
- Monroe County, Florida
- Monroe County, Georgia
- Monroe County, Illinois
- Monroe County, Indiana
- Monroe County, Iowa
- Monroe County, Kentucky
- Monroe County, Michigan
- Monroe County, Mississippi
- Monroe County, Missouri
- Monroe County, New York
- Monroe County, Ohio
- Monroe County, Pennsylvania
- Monroe County, Tennessee
- Monroe County, West Virginia
- Monroe County, Wisconsin
Other articles related to "monroe county, county":
... Academy of the Sacred Heart, Rochester, Monroe County, 1855–1969 Cardinal Mooney High School, Greece, Monroe County, 1962–1989 DeSales High School, Geneva, Ontario County, 1912–2012 ... Agnes High School, Rochester, Monroe County, 1954–1982 ...
... including three large claws) from a cave in Greenbrier County, Virginia (present-day West Virginia) ... to have come from Organ Cave in what is now Greenbrier County, West Virginia ... two fragments of a Megalonyx scapula were found in Haynes Cave in neighboring Monroe County ...
... Townships in Arkansas are the divisions of a county ... is within one or more townships in an Arkansas county based on census maps ... The townships of Monroe County are listed below with the town(s) and/or city that are fully or partially inside them listed in parentheses ...
... km) from the Irondequoit Bay Outlet Bridge in the Monroe County town of Webster to New York State Route 14 (NY 14) in the Wayne County village of Sodus Point ... was transferred from the state of New York to Monroe County as part of a highway maintenance swap that took effect on November 26, 2007 ... All of Lake Road west of Sodus Point is now county-maintained as County Route 1 (CR 1) in Monroe County and County Route 101 in Wayne County however, the road is commonly known by ...
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