County, Kansas, founded in 1855 and named for William Allen, U.S.
Senator and Governor of Ohio, is located in the southeast part of
the State. Allen County is 505 square miles, or 322,560 acres, in
size, and is divided into ten townships. The county seat is Iola,
home of the largest town square in the country. Allen County currently
has a population of approximately 15,654 people.