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4 > Image 4 of Kentucky farm and home science, vol. 5 No. 1 winter 1959

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

Jefferson county continues population increase; ._ _ Cumberland Plateau area has great decrease, 5 W as revealed in figures showing , _ ` i W here Kentuckrans Now Lrve i NY JAMES $ BROWN large natural increase was nearly altogether offset hy - rtw rrmrrrperrrr rrr are Ira news rrr are = Im- thpggli <1r-ri--s 19j0_57~23 Fm I _ l'(l(21.SC of (SlIllT12ltS of KHtllCky`S pOplllk1tlOl1 Pr50u B t t le State t lan lTugrlt( Into lt. e ` counties and economic areasl is the change in distribu- Distribution of the si.{.e' popuiqi-ion I I tion of people within the state. Particularly striking is \I _ . . _ _ . _ . , ` . O1 2Il1(l l`l]OI' of tl`l pOplll3.t10l1 1S COllCG11t1tItG(l _ __ the great increase ot the population of ]efierson countv . _ . _ _ . _ _ * rn urhan areas. All three metropolitan areas gained (\l(tI`()i)()l1t2l11 Area A) and the great loss ot popula- from 1950 to 1957, Areq A (IGHQNOH Comm!) 000 {4: Q"; * H"` ""`l"l"l P1"" "" (E""'' Am pereerrrr Area rz rcrrrrrptretr rrrrei Kerrrerr errrrrrrree me ___i K ` nercent; and Area C Bovd countv 1.4 aereent. The 1 . , 1 . eight counties which in 1950 had 50 percent or more r Populchorl of the state i of their populations classified as urban (Boyd, Camp-_ _ _' ll1( SlI2lt(S l)()Pl|ltIlZ1()1l WHS CSlClIT]Zlt(l tO'l)C D.l)i)l1t heh, Dl1ViSS Fayette" I.Iudl.SOu ]i.fl.S0il Kenton, `i` uw sumc O" luly L 1957 as Alml L 1950, mcreasmg and \IeCracl><1-I<*sIIr>s _B<><>-Cr>1>s11-kII: DMIPSS- {ih:ini;p(IIgr(`;1riii"iplhfji, 1954, lxt-ntneky .\QI'I(`\\li\l['1\l l,xprrnnt-nt Ma- Iieudersoui ieHl.SOii_OidhniTi_I,In1.diH; and BIC_ J; PERCENTAGE OF STATEIS POPULATION IN EACH AREA it - 15% or more Till: : _ lx - cl. a- . I .:3; r . I . s M IO - I III* I T mm A 11111* Itllllllllm it I 3 ' 1* [1:] Less than 5% rr _____L_ 1/ * ,- _ . ' - . - '." i` QE lllllll1 *|IIIl" lm" i` i | , _g L I I . rp ._.:.:\ 4 ~ l 1 lllI| ? "I 1I|III""'1""""ll - -=- =~ 5 . ' id II Z:Z:Z;I;Z;;;;'} *1. .1 ` ` U 1 '.''.'.' i ` ill |!lllllll|Ill|lllmlllll| I1 Il . IIl||| ' -=-Fi? ) 1 1 l l I " I 'II III l I" I we . I I .'. .'.'. : _._.:.::,L V i Illlll Ii 1 l 1 II|'1I{ I 1 tll w' I A -* --*5 ll Ml l l l I ll" l 1 ::'i'i* .ZZZZ';Zv' "` . I I I l= l _ ,[ _ ZZZZ ZZZZ "} i Il I) .. .. .. __;_5 --5 L4. This Inap. divided into ctonomite and metropolitan areas. through 9; the metropolitan areas are designated bv Jet- ~* shows the distribution o1` Kentut-kv's population on jttlv l. ters, .-\l(Z. M 1957. The etononrit` areas are designated bv numerals, 1 ` vi -1 K11NIt*Ct<\ Farm Asn lloxtrz SC11iNCli\VIN'l`1Y1{ 1959 IQ .