Noble County

Noble County was officially organized on March 1, 1836. The county was named after Noah Noble, Indiana’s fifth governor, who served from 1831 to 1837. The population of the county was 2,702 in 1840 and had grown to 46,275 by 2000. The county covers about twenty-four miles from east to west and about twenty miles from north to south. The total land area of the county is 432 square miles. This data obtained from www.countyhistory.com.

In 2011 Noble had a per capita personal income (PCPI) of $30,378. This PCPI ranked 74th in the state and was 85 percent of the state average, $35,689, and 73 percent of the national average, $41,560. The 2011 PCPI reflected an increase of 5.4 percent from 2010. The 2010-2011 state change was 4.9 percent and the national change was 4.4 percent. In 2001 the PCPI of Noble was $23,207 and ranked 70th in the state. The 2001-2011 compound annual growth rate of PCPI was 2.7 percent. The compound annual growth rate for the state was 2.4 percent and for the nation was 2.9 percent. .This data provided by the Bureau of Economic Analysis BEAR Facts.

 
 
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