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Hawkins County

The county was established in 1787 off of land that was granted to William Armstrong. Armstrong later built Stony Point. The county was named after former North Carolina senator Benjamin Hawkins. Hawkins County was the site of The Battle of Rogersville during the American Civil War. The county has a total area of 500 square miles, it also has a population count of 56,786 residents.