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1 Stephens Gap Cave in Jackson County boasts a 143-foot pit, two waterfalls and is one of the most photographed wild cave scenes in America;
2 In the northern part of this plateau, west of Jackson county, there are about 1,000 square miles (2,600 km) of level highlands from 700 to 800 feet (210 to 240 m) above sea level.
3 Jackson County in Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, and Oregon;
4 In 1831, the church moved to Kirtland, Ohio (the eastern boundary of Zion), and began establishing an outpost in Jackson County, Missouri (Zion's "center place"), where he planned to eventually move the church headquarters.
5 However, in 1833, Missouri settlers brutally expelled the Latter Day Saints from Jackson County, and the church was unable via a paramilitary expedition to recover the land.
6 Concord is a village in Jackson County in the U.S. state of Michigan.
7 Numerous early leaders of the Church, including Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, and George Q. Cannon, taught that the Garden of Eden itself was located in nearby Jackson County, Missouri, but there are no surviving first-hand accounts of that doctrine being taught by Joseph Smith himself.
8 LDS doctrine is unclear as to the exact location of the Garden of Eden, but tradition among Latter-Day Saints places it somewhere in the vicinity of Adam-ondi-Ahman, or in Jackson County.
9 Jackson is the only city and county seat of Jackson County in the U.S. state of Michigan.
10 Jackson is the core city of the Jackson Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Jackson County and population of 160,248.
11 Today the auto parts industry remains one of the largest employers of skilled machine operators in Jackson County.
12 (MACI) is the largest manufacturer in Jackson County and its fourth-largest individual employer.
13 It has nine high schools: the public Jackson High School, East Jackson Secondary School (Public), Jackson County Western High School, and Northwest High School, T. A. Wilson Academy, Napoleon High School, and Vandercook Lake High School;
14 An additional 15 higher education institutions are within one hour of Jackson County.
15 Reynolds Field at Jackson County Airport is the main airport for the city.
16 Jackson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Michigan.
17 Jackson County comprises the Jackson, MI Metropolitan Statistical Area.
18 The Jackson County Courthouse was designed by Claire Allen, a prominent southern Michigan architect.
19 Jackson County is also home to the Michigan Whitetail Hall of Fame.
20 It starts in Somerset Township in Hillsdale County and Liberty Township in Jackson County.
21 The North Branch starts in Jackson County in Hanover Township.
22 It then flows out of Jackson County and into Calhoun County before it goes through the town of Albion where the North Branch connects with the South Branch and they form to be one river.
23 It enters Jackson County and goes through a small part of Hanover Township before reentering Hillsdale County and then reentering Jackson County where it goes through Pulaski Township.
24 Most of the city lies within Jackson County, but portions spill into Clay, Cass, and Platte counties.
25 It serves as one of the two county seats of Jackson County, along with major suburb Independence.
26 Three major trails – the Santa Fe, California, and Oregon – all passed through Jackson County.
27 Several important buildings and structures were built during this time, including the Kansas City City Hall and the Jackson County Courthouse.
28 After World War II, many relatively affluent residents left for suburbs in Johnson County, Kansas, and eastern Jackson County, Missouri.
29 In 2016, Jackson County, Missouri, acquired unused rail lines as part of a long-term commuter rail plan.
30 During the war, Union troops burned all occupied dwellings in Jackson County south of Brush Creek and east of Blue Creek to Independence in an attempt to halt raids into Kansas.