The U.S. state of Ohio comprises 88 counties. Nine of them existed at the time of the Ohio Constitutional Convention in 1802. A tenth county, Wayne, was established on August 15, 1796, and encompassed roughly the present state of Michigan. During the Convention, the county was opposed to statehood, and was not only left out of the Convention, but dissolved; the current Wayne County is in northeastern Ohio, considerably distant from the area that was the original Wayne County.

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  • The U.S. state of Ohio comprises 88 counties. Nine of them existed at the time of the Ohio Constitutional Convention in 1802. A tenth county, Wayne, was established on August 15, 1796, and encompassed roughly the present state of Michigan. During the Convention, the county was opposed to statehood, and was not only left out of the Convention, but dissolved; the current Wayne County is in northeastern Ohio, considerably distant from the area that was the original Wayne County. The Ohio Constitution allows counties to set up a charter government as many cities and villages do, but only Summit County and Cuyahoga County have done so, the latter having been approved by voters in November 2009. Counties do not possess home rule powers and can do only what has been expressly authorized by the Ohio General Assembly. Ohio law defines a structure for county government, although each county may choose to define its own. Summit County and Cuyahoga County have chosen an alternate structure, while all of the other counties use the default structure. The elected county officials include three commissioners, a sheriff (the highest law enforcement officer in the county); prosecutor (equivalent of a district attorney in other states); coroner, engineer, auditor, treasurer and clerk of courts. Population figures are based on the 2010 United States Census. The population of Ohio was 11,536,504 at that time, an increase of 1.6% from 2000. The average population of Ohio's counties was 131,096; Cuyahoga County was the most populous (1,280,122) and Vinton County was the least (13,435). The average land area is 464 sq mi (1,200 km2). The largest county by area is Ashtabula County at 702.44 sq mi (1,819.3 km2) and the smallest is Lake County at 228.21 sq mi (591.1 km2). The total area of the state is 40,860.69 sq mi (105,828.7 km2). The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) is used by the U.S. government to uniquely identify counties, and is provided for each entry. These codes link to the United States Census Bureau's "quick facts" for each county. Ohio's FIPS code of 39 is used to distinguish from counties in other states. For example, Adams County's unique nationwide identifier is 39001. However, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles and Department of Transportation instead identify counties by consecutive numbers and three-letter abbreviations, respectively. (en)
  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016) يوجد في أوهايو 88 مقاطعة تغطي كامل الولاية، وهذه قائمة بأسماء تلك المقاطعات: انظر أيضا: * قائمة مدن أوهايومشاريع شقيقة في كومنز صور وملفات عن: قائمة مقاطعات ولاية أوهايو الأمريكية * 32xبوابة الولايات المتحدة (ar)
  • Der US-Bundesstaat Ohio ist in 88 Countys unterteilt. Sie werden im Folgenden mit ihrem County Seat (Kreisstadt), dem Gründungsdatum und dem Namensgeber aufgeführt. Die Spalte „Ursprung“ gibt an, aus welchen anderen Countys ein Neues entstand. (de)
  • L'État américain de l’Ohio est divisé en 88 comtés (counties). 26 comtés portent un nom unique, tandis que chacun des 62 autres a un ou plusieurs homonymes dans d'autres États de l'Union ou, dans un cas, en Écosse. 11 villes sièges de comtés portent un nom unique. (fr)
  • Le Contee dell'Ohio sono le 88 suddivisioni principali dello Stato. I capoluoghi sono tra parentesi. I numeri mostrati appaiono nella parte bassa delle targhe automobilistiche e sono usati anche per altri codici amministrativi. Dopo il nome del capoluogo e le eventuali note è mostrato il numero di township della contea, escluse le paper township. Contee dell'Ohio 1. * Adams (West Union) — 15 2. * Allen (Lima) — 10 3. * Ashland (Ashland) — 15 4. * Ashtabula (Jefferson) — 27 5. * Athens (Athens) — 14 6. * Auglaize (Wapakoneta) — 14 7. * Belmont (St. Clairsville) — 16 8. * Brown (Georgetown) — 16 9. * Butler (Hamilton) — 13 10. * Carroll (Carrollton) — 14 11. * Champaign (Urbana) — 12 12. * Clark (Springfield) — 10 13. * Clermont (Batavia) — 14 14. * Clinton (Wilmington) — 13 15. * Columbiana (Lisbon) — 18 16. * Coshocton (Coshocton) — 22 17. * Crawford (Bucyrus) — 16 18. * Cuyahoga (Cleveland, la più grande area metropolitana dell'Ohio) — 2 19. * Darke (Greenville) — 20 20. * Defiance (Defiance) — 12 21. * Delaware (Delaware) — 18 22. * Erie (Sandusky) — 9 23. * Fairfield (Lancaster) — 13 24. * Fayette (Washington Court House) — 10 25. * Franklin (Columbus) — 17 26. * Fulton (Wauseon) — 12 27. * Gallia (Gallipolis) — 15 28. * Geauga (Chardon) — 16 29. * Greene (Xenia) — 11 30. * Guernsey (Cambridge) — 19 31. * Hamilton (Cincinnati) — 12 32. * Hancock (Findlay) — 17 33. * Hardin (Kenton) — 15 34. * Harrison (Cadiz) — 15 35. * Henry County (Napoleon) — 13 36. * Highland (Hillsboro) — 17 37. * Hocking (Logan) — 11 38. * Holmes (Millersburg) — 14 39. * Huron (Norwalk) — 19 40. * Jackson (Jackson) — 12 41. * Jefferson (Steubenville) — 14 42. * Knox (Mount Vernon) — 22 43. * Lake (Painesville) — 5 44. * Lawrence (Ironton) — 14 45. * Licking (Newark) — 25 46. * Logan (Bellefontaine) — 17 47. * Lorain (Elyria) — 18 48. * Lucas (Toledo) — 11 49. * Madison (London) — 14 50. * Mahoning (Youngstown) — 14 51. * Marion (Marion) — 15 52. * Medina (Medina) — 17 53. * Meigs (Pomeroy) — 12 54. * Mercer (Celina) — 14 55. * Miami (Troy) — 12 56. * Monroe (Woodsfield) — 18 57. * Montgomery (Dayton) — 9 58. * Morgan (McConnelsville) — 14 59. * Morrow (Mount Gilead) — 16 60. * Muskingum (Zanesville) — 25 61. * Noble (Caldwell) — 15 62. * Ottawa (Port Clinton) — 12 63. * Paulding (Paulding) — 12 64. * Perry (New Lexington) — 14 65. * Pickaway (Circleville) — 15 66. * Pike (Waverly) — 14 67. * Portage (Ravenna) — 18 68. * Preble (Eaton) — 12 69. * Putnam (Ottawa) — 15 70. * Richland (Mansfield) — 18 71. * Ross (Chillicothe) — 16 72. * Sandusky (Fremont) — 12 73. * Scioto (Portsmouth) — 16 74. * Seneca (Tiffin) — 15 75. * Shelby (Sidney) — 14 76. * Stark (Canton) — 17 77. * Summit (Akron) — 9 78. * Trumbull (Warren) — 24 79. * Tuscarawas (New Philadelphia) — 22 80. * Union (Marysville) — 14 81. * Van Wert (Van Wert) — 12 82. * Vinton (McArthur) — 12 83. * Warren (Lebanon) — 11 84. * Washington (Marietta) — 22 85. * Wayne (Wooster) — 16 86. * Williams (Bryan) — 12 87. * Wood (Bowling Green) — 19 88. * Wyandot (Upper Sandusky) — 13 (it)
  • オハイオ州の郡一覧は、アメリカ合衆国オハイオ州内の郡の一覧である。オハイオ州内には88の郡がある。 オハイオ州憲法では都市や村と同様にチャーター政府(自治色の強い政府)を設定できるとしているが、現実にはサミット郡とカヤホガ郡が実施しているだけであり、カヤホガ郡の場合も2009年11月の住民投票で承認されたばかりである。郡は自治権を持っておらず、オハイオ州議会で承認されてきた権限のみを行使できる。オハイオ州法では郡政府の構造を規定しているが、各郡は独自の構造を選定してもよい。サミット郡とカヤホガ郡は別案を選択したが、残り全ての郡は州法のままの構造である。郡政府の選挙で選ばれる役人は、3人の郡政委員、保安官(郡内では警察権の長)、検察官(他州の地区検事に相当)、検視官、技師、監査官、財務官、裁判所事務官である。 (ja)
  • De Amerikaanse staat Ohio is onderverdeeld in 88 county's: (nl)
  • Esta é uma lista de condados do estado de Ohio, nos Estados Unidos. (pt)
  • 美国俄亥俄州由88个县组成。其中九个县在1802年的俄亥俄州制宪大会时就已经存在。 俄亥俄州宪法容许各县像城市村镇一样订立自己的宪章,不过仅有萨米特县和凱霍加縣订立了宪章。 人口数据的来源是2010年美国人口普查。俄亥俄州人口为11,536,502,自2000年普查上涨了1.6%。俄亥俄州的县平均人口为131,096人; 凱霍加縣在俄亥俄州各县中拥有最多的人口(1,280,122人),文顿县的人口最少(13,435人)。县平均面积为464平方英里(1,200平方公里)。 阿士塔布拉縣以702.44平方英里(1,819.3平方公里)居首,而莱克县的面积最小(228.21平方英里,即591.1平方公里)。全州总面积为40,860.69平方英里(105,828.7平方公里)。 以下表格会在每一个县的名称后面列出其联邦资料处理标准代码(简称FIPS代码),该代码是联邦政府用来区分各州和各县的唯一识别码。这些识别码链接到美国人口普查局关于该县的简介页面。俄亥俄州的代码是39,结合任何一个县的代码则为“01XXX”。例如亚当斯县在全国的唯一代码为39001。不过,车辆管理局和交通部则以从1-88的序列数及三个字母的缩写作为各县的代码。 (zh)
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  • Montgomery County
  • Adams County
  • Delaware County
  • Franklin County
  • James Madison , fourth President of the United States
  • Shelby County
  • Washington County
  • Benjamin Franklin , Founding Father, author, printer, political theorist, scientist, inventor, and statesman
  • John Adams , President of the United States when the county was organized
  • Scioto River; Scioto is a Wyandot Indian word meaning "deer"
  • Allen, Mercer, Darke, Hardin, Logan, Shelby, and Van Wert Counties
  • A misspelling of the Piqua tribe, a branch of the Shawnee
  • French for "a plain", describing the land in the area
  • James Noble , an early settler and future U.S. Senator from Indiana
  • General Joseph Warren , a Revolutionary War officer
  • General Benjamin Logan , who destroyed Shawnee Indian towns in the county
  • Ashtabula River, which means "fish river" in an Algonquian language
  • Thomas Jefferson , Vice President when the county was organized, future President of the United States, and principal author of the Declaration of Independence
  • Athens, Gallia, Hocking, Jackson, and Ross Counties
  • Captain Edward Preble , a Naval commander in the Revolutionary War
  • Adams and Clermont Counties
  • Adams and Washington Counties
  • An Indian word meaning "raccoon"
  • An Iroquois word meaning "cold water"
  • Athens in Greece
  • Athens, Ross, and Fairfield Counties
  • Belmont and Muskingum Counties
  • Belmont, Washington, and Guernsey Counties
  • Colonel William Crawford , Revolutionary War officer
  • Champaign County
  • Champaign, Madison, and Greene Counties
  • Columbiana County
  • Columbiana and Trumbull Counties
  • Coshocton, Wayne, and Tuscarawas Counties
  • Darke County
  • Delaware Indian word meaning "union of waters"
  • Delaware, Franklin, Logan, and Madison Counties
  • Derived from an Indian portage
  • Descriptive of the county's terrain
  • Descriptive of the soil in the area
  • Eleazer D. Wood , founder of Fort Meigs
  • Erie, Sandusky, and Lucas Counties
  • Fairfield County
  • French for "clear mountain"
  • From non-county area
  • Gallia and Athens Counties
  • Gallia and Scioto Counties
  • Gaul, the ancient name of France
  • Geauga County
  • Geauga and Cuyahoga Counties
  • General Henry Knox, the first Secretary of War
  • General Hugh Mercer , a Revolutionary War officer
  • General John Hardin , Revolutionary War officer
  • General William Darke , Revolutionary War officer
  • Greene and Franklin Counties
  • Hamilton County
  • Hamilton and Ross Counties
  • Hamilton and Wayne Counties
  • Highland and Warren Counties
  • Huron County
  • Huron and Sandusky Counties
  • Huron, Cuyahoga, and Medina Counties
  • Its formation by a union of four counties
  • Its location on Lake Erie
  • Mahoning River, from an Indian word meaning "at the licks"
  • Jefferson and Tuscarawas Counties
  • Jefferson and Washington Counties
  • Jefferson and Wayne Counties
  • John Allen , a War of 1812 colonel
  • Seneca Indians, who had a reservation in the county area at the time
  • Knox, Marion, Delaware, and Richland Counties
  • Logan County
  • Lucas, Henry, and Williams Counties
  • Major Andrew Holmes , a War of 1812 officer
  • Marion, Crawford, and Hardin Counties
  • Medina, Portage, and Stark Counties
  • Miami County
  • Monroe, Washington, Morgan, and Guernsey Counties
  • Montgomery and Butler Counties
  • Muskingum County
  • Muskingum and Tuscarawas Counties
  • General Andrew Jackson , future President of the United States
  • Named for the beauty of its "fair fields"
  • Named for the salt licks in the area
  • One of the original counties
  • Portage County
  • Portage and Cuyahoga Counties
  • Province of Lorraine, France
  • Refactored from non-county territory
  • Robert Fulton , inventor of the steamboat
  • Ross and Highland Counties
  • Ross and Washington Counties
  • Ross and Wayne Counties
  • Ross, Adams, and Clermont Counties
  • Ross, Fairfield, and Franklin Counties
  • Ross, Scioto, and Adams Counties
  • Scioto, Gallia, Athens, and Ross Counties
  • Trumbull County
  • Trumbull and Geauga Counties
  • Tuscarawas River, meaning "open mouth river"
  • Washington and Adams Counties
  • Washington and Fairfield Counties
  • Washington, Fairfield, and Muskingum Counties
  • Washington, Guernsey, and Muskingum Counties
  • Wayne, Richland, Huron, and Lorain Counties
  • Williams, Henry, and Paulding Counties
  • Wood, Sandusky, and Huron Counties
  • Wyandot Indians
  • Derived from the words Christopher Columbus, European explorer of the Americas
  • Its location at the highest elevation along the Ohio and Erie Canal
  • Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry , a naval officer of the War of 1812
  • General John Stark , a Revolutionary War officer; known as the "Hero of Bennington" for his exemplary service at the Battle of Bennington in 1777
  • General Nathanael Greene , Revolutionary War officer
  • Captain James Lawrence , naval hero in the War of 1812
  • An Indian word meaning "A town by the river" or "by the river side"
  • General Francis Marion , lieutenant colonel in the Continental Army and later brigadier general in the American Revolutionary War.
  • the Tuscarawas tribe who lived on the river
  • George Clinton , vice-president when the county was organized
  • Patrick Henry , Revolutionary War-era legislator, orator, and scholar
  • John Hancock , president of the Continental Congress
  • Jonathan Trumbull , Governor of Connecticut when the county was organized
  • James Monroe , Secretary of State when the county was organized and future President of the United States
  • General Israel Putnam , a Revolutionary War officer
  • General Anthony Wayne , a Revolutionary War officer
  • General Daniel Morgan , a Revolutionary War officer
  • Isaac Van Wart , captor of spy John André during the Revolutionary War
  • Alexander Hamilton , Secretary of the Treasury when the county was organized
  • General Richard Montgomery , a Revolutionary War officer
  • Fort Defiance, built in 1794 by General Anthony Wayne
  • Samuel Finley Vinton , Ohio Statesman and U.S. Congressman
  • Columbiana, Stark, Harrison, Jefferson, and Tuscarawas Counties
  • Medina, world-renowned religious site in western Saudi Arabia
  • Gilbert du Motier, marquis de La Fayette, French military officer and aristocrat who participated in both the American and French revolutions.
  • George Washington , commander of the Continental Army, president of the Constitutional Convention, and future President of the United States
  • Island of Guernsey, from where most of the settlers originated
  • General Jacob Brown , an officer of the War of 1812
  • Robert Lucas , Governor of Ohio when the county was created
  • Cuyahoga River, which means "crooked river" in an Iroquoian language
  • Return Jonathan Meigs, Jr. , Governor of Ohio and Postmaster General at the time the county was organized
  • Named for U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania James Ross by territorial governor Arthur St. Clair
  • Named for the Ottawa Indians; Ottawa means "trader" in their language
  • Possibly derived from the Delaware Indian word "Hoch-Hoch-ing", meaning "bottle"
  • Ashland, home of U.S. Senator from Kentucky Henry Clay.
  • Charles Carroll , last surviving signer of the United States Declaration of Independence
  • General Isaac Shelby , a Revolutionary War officer and Governor of Kentucky,
  • General William Henry Harrison , an officer of the War of 1812 and future President of the United States
  • Belle monte, which means "beautiful mountain" in French
  • John Paulding , captor of spy John André during the Revolutionary War
  • General George Rogers Clark , defeated the Shawnee Indians in a battle near the Springfield area
  • General Zebulon M. Pike , a War of 1812 officer and discoverer of Pikes Peak in Colorado in 1806
  • General Richard Butler , killed at the Battle of the Wabash
  • Auglaize River, which means "fallen timbers river" in the Shawnee Indian language
  • David Williams , captor of spy John André during the Revolutionary War
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  • Lucas
  • Mercer
  • Miami
  • Montgomery
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  • Putnam
  • Richland
  • Sandusky
  • Seneca
  • Shelby
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  • Wayne
  • Ashtabula
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  • Clermont
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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016) يوجد في أوهايو 88 مقاطعة تغطي كامل الولاية، وهذه قائمة بأسماء تلك المقاطعات: انظر أيضا: * قائمة مدن أوهايومشاريع شقيقة في كومنز صور وملفات عن: قائمة مقاطعات ولاية أوهايو الأمريكية * 32xبوابة الولايات المتحدة (ar)
  • Der US-Bundesstaat Ohio ist in 88 Countys unterteilt. Sie werden im Folgenden mit ihrem County Seat (Kreisstadt), dem Gründungsdatum und dem Namensgeber aufgeführt. Die Spalte „Ursprung“ gibt an, aus welchen anderen Countys ein Neues entstand. (de)
  • L'État américain de l’Ohio est divisé en 88 comtés (counties). 26 comtés portent un nom unique, tandis que chacun des 62 autres a un ou plusieurs homonymes dans d'autres États de l'Union ou, dans un cas, en Écosse. 11 villes sièges de comtés portent un nom unique. (fr)
  • オハイオ州の郡一覧は、アメリカ合衆国オハイオ州内の郡の一覧である。オハイオ州内には88の郡がある。 オハイオ州憲法では都市や村と同様にチャーター政府(自治色の強い政府)を設定できるとしているが、現実にはサミット郡とカヤホガ郡が実施しているだけであり、カヤホガ郡の場合も2009年11月の住民投票で承認されたばかりである。郡は自治権を持っておらず、オハイオ州議会で承認されてきた権限のみを行使できる。オハイオ州法では郡政府の構造を規定しているが、各郡は独自の構造を選定してもよい。サミット郡とカヤホガ郡は別案を選択したが、残り全ての郡は州法のままの構造である。郡政府の選挙で選ばれる役人は、3人の郡政委員、保安官(郡内では警察権の長)、検察官(他州の地区検事に相当)、検視官、技師、監査官、財務官、裁判所事務官である。 (ja)
  • De Amerikaanse staat Ohio is onderverdeeld in 88 county's: (nl)
  • Esta é uma lista de condados do estado de Ohio, nos Estados Unidos. (pt)
  • 美国俄亥俄州由88个县组成。其中九个县在1802年的俄亥俄州制宪大会时就已经存在。 俄亥俄州宪法容许各县像城市村镇一样订立自己的宪章,不过仅有萨米特县和凱霍加縣订立了宪章。 人口数据的来源是2010年美国人口普查。俄亥俄州人口为11,536,502,自2000年普查上涨了1.6%。俄亥俄州的县平均人口为131,096人; 凱霍加縣在俄亥俄州各县中拥有最多的人口(1,280,122人),文顿县的人口最少(13,435人)。县平均面积为464平方英里(1,200平方公里)。 阿士塔布拉縣以702.44平方英里(1,819.3平方公里)居首,而莱克县的面积最小(228.21平方英里,即591.1平方公里)。全州总面积为40,860.69平方英里(105,828.7平方公里)。 以下表格会在每一个县的名称后面列出其联邦资料处理标准代码(简称FIPS代码),该代码是联邦政府用来区分各州和各县的唯一识别码。这些识别码链接到美国人口普查局关于该县的简介页面。俄亥俄州的代码是39,结合任何一个县的代码则为“01XXX”。例如亚当斯县在全国的唯一代码为39001。不过,车辆管理局和交通部则以从1-88的序列数及三个字母的缩写作为各县的代码。 (zh)
  • The U.S. state of Ohio comprises 88 counties. Nine of them existed at the time of the Ohio Constitutional Convention in 1802. A tenth county, Wayne, was established on August 15, 1796, and encompassed roughly the present state of Michigan. During the Convention, the county was opposed to statehood, and was not only left out of the Convention, but dissolved; the current Wayne County is in northeastern Ohio, considerably distant from the area that was the original Wayne County. (en)
  • Le Contee dell'Ohio sono le 88 suddivisioni principali dello Stato. I capoluoghi sono tra parentesi. I numeri mostrati appaiono nella parte bassa delle targhe automobilistiche e sono usati anche per altri codici amministrativi. Dopo il nome del capoluogo e le eventuali note è mostrato il numero di township della contea, escluse le paper township. (it)
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  • List of counties in Ohio (en)
  • قائمة مقاطعات ولاية أوهايو الأمريكية (ar)
  • Liste der Countys in Ohio (de)
  • Comtés de l'État de l'Ohio (fr)
  • Contee dell'Ohio (it)
  • オハイオ州の郡一覧 (ja)
  • Lijst van county's in Ohio (nl)
  • Lista de condados de Ohio (pt)
  • 俄亥俄州行政区划 (zh)
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