Probably the biggest factor in the establishment of Ste. Across the Mississippi River in Fort de Chartres and Kaskaskia, there was a growing need for agricultural land for the colonists. It was approximately three miles south of the present site of Ste. The water in many places was twelve or fifteen feet deep." Although the Mississippi River was a natural barrier, travel back and forth was frequent and common. They were of the same stock as the Sioux and were hostile to the whites. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 507 square miles (1,310 km of 2000, there were 17,842 people, 6,586 households, and 4,926 families residing in the county.Across the Mississippi from Fort Kaskaskia was a large fertile section of river bottom, called the "Grand Champ" or Big Field. Around 1787, the Spanish government, who had acquired the territory from France in 1762, brought in a band of Shawnee and Delaware Native Americans, who had been friendly to the French, to help protect the settlers from the Osage. Genevieve, the first American settlers started showing up in about 1788, and trickled upriver from Cape Girardeau and New Madrid. The population density was 36 people per square mile (14/km²).
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