Green ,.See Light, and Pigments.
Green ,.I. A central county of Kentucky, intersected by Green river, which is navigable by steamboats, 'and drained by several small streams; area, 525 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 9,379, of whom 1,937 were colored. It contains much excellent limestone and a number of salt springs. The surface is undulating and hilly. The chief productions in 1870 were 34,098 bushels of wheat, 281,827 of Indian corn, 47,-231 of oats, 87,222 lbs. of butter, and 1,375,091 of tobacco. There were 2,540 horses, 1,869 milch cows, 2,245 other cattle, 8,925 sheep, and 15,190 swine. Capital, Greensburg. II. A S. county of Wisconsin, bordering on Illinois, intersected by Pekatonica and Sugar rivers, the latter of which is a valuable mill stream; area, 576 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 23,611. The surface is much diversified, the S. part consisting of prairies and the remainder being thinly wooded. The soil is very fertile. Limestone is abundant, and lead is mined. A branch of the Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad extends from Janesville to Monroe. The chief productions in 1870 were 541,859 bushels of wheat, 25,469 of rye, 947,105 of Indian corn, 743,019 of oats, 184,195 of potatoes, 909,485 lbs. of butter, 358,830 of cheese, 139,110 of wool, and 43,229 tons of hay.
There were 9,744 horses, 11,474 milch cows, 15,506 other cattle, 39,477 sheep, and 35,879 swine; 2 manufactories of boots and shoes, 20 of carriages and wagons, 11 of clothing, 4 of barrels and casks, 4 of furniture, 12 of saddlery and harness, 3 of sashes, 11 of tin, copper, and sheet-iron ware, 6 of cigars, 2 of woollen goods, 2 flour mills, 10 saw mills, and 3 breweries. Capital, Monroe.