Cities in Logan County- AuburnLogan County KY is a rather small county in Kentucky but which can offer individuals with a variety of experiences. Small places are special and unique in their own way and Auburn is one of these places in the Logan County Kentucky. Here one can read more about one of the Logan County Cities, Auburn and a bit of its history as well as other characteristics.
Auburn is a city in the Logan County Kentucky with an estimated population of not even 1,500 individuals, although close to this number. Auburn used to be called Federal Grove but its name had been changed a long time ago, in the 1860s as to honor Auburn, New York. The last census carried out for the area was undertaken in 2000 and according to its data, Auburn extends over 1.8 square miles and none of its area is water. The same census revealed that the city was home to 1,444 inhabitants dispersed over 548 households and 397 families. Given the sizes of the city and its demographics, one can say that Auburn is quite crowded having a population density of 821 people per square mile. The housing density is a bit more relaxed as it is only 371 houses per square mile. Over 90% of the Auburn inhabitants are white people, while little less than 7% are African-American and only 0.14% Native American. Other races, such as Asian and Hispanic or Latino were also recorded.
The same census also showed that the population living in Auburn is relatively young, which may dismiss the hypothesis that young people usually move from small places. A quarter of the inhabitants of Auburn were under the age of 18, while another 30% were aged 25-44. Auburn is also a known place within the Logan County KY because of the Auburn Historic District which is listed in the US National Register of Historic Places.
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