Kentucky Bend

Surrounded on three sides by the Mississippi, across which in any direction lies Missouri, and on the fourth side by Tennessee, this drop of land in a crook of the river is actually part of Kentucky, a quirk of surveying mistakes, political boundary definitions, and an 1812 earthquake that redirected the river. 2002 est. pop.: 15
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