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Covington

kentucky ohio city

Covington (pop. 43,264), city in northern Kentucky, situated on the Ohio River across from Cincinnati, Ohio. The city was founded in 1815 and named after General Leonard Covington, a cavalry officer from Maryland who fought and died in the War of 1812. Covington is a major distribution center for Kentucky's products, which include machinery, tobacco, lumber, canned goods, and X-ray and electrical equipment.

See also: Kentucky.

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