Gallatin County, Illinois Basics:

Gallatin County Illinois - Government Site

Population: 5,439
Area: 323 square miles
County seat: Shawneetown
Area code(s) in use: 618
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 78.9%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 9.8%
Median household income: $38,934
Persons in poverty: 17.5%
Home ownership rate: 79.1%
Mean travel time to work: 27.6 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Hamilton  Hardin  Posey (IN)  Saline  Union (KY)  White  

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Map of the Gallatin County area

Our detail map of Gallatin County shows the Gallatin County, Illinois boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Gallatin County, Illinois

  Airports     show all on map

Dortch Private Strip, Downen Heliport

  Bridges     show all on map

Island Ripple Bridge (historical)

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Equality Volunteer Fire Department, Gallatin County Ambulance Service, New Haven Fire Department, Old Shawneetown Volunteer Fire Department, Omaha Fire Department, Ridgway Fire Department, Shawneetown Fire Department

  Canals     show all on map

Crackle Ditch, Cypress Ditch, Lawler Ditch, Little Cypress Ditch, Pond Settlement Ditch

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Adkin Cemetery, Asbury Cemetery, Barnett Cemetery, Blackard Cemetery, Callicott Cemetery, Campground Cemetery, Cottonwood Presbyterian Church, Earnshaw Cemetery, Ellison Family Cemetery, Elmwood Cemetery, Equality Village Cemetery, Garrett Cemetery, Hickory Hill Catholic Cemetery, Hill Cemetery, Hogan Cemetery, Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Jackson Cemetery, Jones Cemetery, Kanady Cemetery, Leamington Cemetery, Level Hill Cemetery, Lloyd Cemetery, McGhee Cemetery, New Bradley Family Cemetery, New Zion Cemetery, Oak Grove Church Cemetery, Old Cottonwood Cemetery, Omaha Cemetery, Palestine Number 1 Cemetery, Palestine Number 2 Cemetery, Poplar Cemetery, Riley Cemetery, Saint Josephs Cemetery, Saint Patrick Catholic Cemetery, Sanders Family Cemetery, Shane Cemetery, Shaw Cemetery, Stanley Cemetery, Swan Cemetery, Union Chapel Cemetery, Vinson Cemetery, Westwood Cemetery, Zion Cemetery

  Churches     show all on map

Asbury Church, Bethlehem Church, Emmanuel United Methodist Church, Fields Church, First Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, Hazel Ridge Church, Hickory Hill Church, New Hope Church, Oak Grove Church, Old Cottonwood Church, Pisgah Church, Poplar Church, Ringold Church, Saint Joseph Church, Saint Patricks Church, Saline Mines Church, Zion Church

  Cliffs     show all on map

Pounds Escarpment

  Crossings     show all on map

Eagle Ripple Ford, Saline Rocks Ferry (historical), Talley Ferry (historical)

  Dams     show all on map

Eagle Number 1 Fresh Water Lake Dam, Eagle Number 2 Lake Dam, Fresh Water Lake Dam, Grindstaff Hollow Club Dam, Illinois No Name Number 2017 Dam, Omaha City Reservoir Dam, Pounds Hollow Dam, Schneider Pond Dam

  Guts     show all on map

Berdick Slough, Grinnel Slough, Mill Slough, Mill Slough, Running Slough

  Lakes     show all on map

Beaver Pond, Big Lake, Black Lake, Clark Pond, Fehrer Lake, Fish Lake, Horseshoe Pond, Hulda Lake, Long Pond, Mud Lake, Round Pond, Welsh Lake (historical)

  Locales     show all on map

High Knob Picnic Area, High Knob Recreation Site, Indian Wall Picnic Area, Lakeview Picnic Area, Pine Ridge Campground, Pounds Hollow Recreation Area, Rim Rock Forest Trail Point of Interest, Rim Rock Recreation Area, Saline Mines, Talbott Landing

  Mines     show all on map

Berkel Mine, Blue Blaze Mine

  Oilfields     show all on map

Omaha Oil and Gas Field

  Populated Places     show all on map

Bowlesville (historical), Cottonwood, Elba, Equality, Gibsonia, Inman, Junction, Kedron, Lawler, Leamington, New Haven, New Market (historical), Old Shawneetown, Omaha, Ridgway, Shawneetown

  Ranges     show all on map

Shawneetown Hills, Wildcat Hills

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Eagle Number 1 Fresh Water Lake, Eagle Number 2 Lake, Fresh Water Lake, Grindstaff Hollow Club Lake, Omaha City Reservoir, Pounds Lake, Schneider Pond

  Schools     show all on map

Bird School (historical), Brickyard School (historical), Buckeye School (historical), Cedar Bluff School (historical), Central School (historical), Dorsey School (historical), Enterprise School (historical), Greer School (historical), Gum Springs School (historical), Hickory Hill School (historical), Kanady School (historical), Olive School (historical), Pisgah School (historical), Ringgold School (historical), Saline Mines School (historical)

  Streams     show all on map

Bear Creek, Black Branch, Black Branch, Cane Creek, Cockerel Branch, Crawford Creek, Eagle Creek, Horseshoe Creek, Hutt Creek, Little Eagle Creek, Millrace Slough, North Fork Saline River, Robinette Creek, Running Slough, Sugarcamp Branch, Turkey Creek, White Oak Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Gold Hill, High Knob, Maher Hill

  Swamps     show all on map

Cattail Slough, Cattail Slough, Cow Pond Slough, Goose Pond, Goose Pond Scatters, Joes Slough, Willow Pond Slough, Yellowbank Slough

  Trails     show all on map

Beaver Trail, Beaver Trail, Shore to Shore Horse Trail

  Valleys     show all on map

Burnt Shanty Hollow, Captain Vinyard Hollow, Clayton Hollow, Colbert Hollow, Grindstaff Hollow, Kuykendall Valley, Poplar Hollow, Pounds Hollow, Rice Hollow, Thacker Hollow

  Wells     show all on map

Negro Spring Salt Well,

Gallatin County, Illinois Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteGallatin County White population 5,3195,319  
MixedGallatin County Mixed population 7676
BlackGallatin County Black population 2221
American IndianGallatin County American Indian population 1616
AsianGallatin County Asian population 55
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderGallatin County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
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