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The county is located about 30-40 minutes east of Cincinnati. Brown County is bordered by the Ohio River on the South, Clermont on the West, Adams on East and Highland and Clinton in the Northern part of the county. It was formed in 1817 from parts of Adams and Clermont counties. The name comes from Jacob Brown, a hero of the War of 1812.
Georgetown, the largest village in the county, is the county seat. It is also the boyhood home of Ulysses S. Grant. The Rankin House in Ripley was the first established station of the underground railroad which enabled slaves to escape to freedom.
Agricultural products include; tobacco, livestock, and grain. Other principle industries in Brown county include; plastic machinery parts, surgical equipment, non-alcoholic beverages, cement blocks, metal tool boxes, and wildlife art prints.