Saint Mary, Kentucky Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The area of Saint Mary City was largely unoccupied until the 19th century, when the Brome-Howard family began combining several small farms to create one large antebellum-style slave plantation. The main plantation house was built on the site of the former Calvert residence. Although it never reached its full potential, St. Mary's City is an important historic site. Today, the area is home to several historic sites, including the William Nuthead printing press.

While St. Mary's City is far from major transportation routes, MD-5 South will take you there. A few blocks away is Harpers Corner, a popular shopping and dining area. For more culture, you can take a tour of the town's historic center. A visit to the town's museum will also educate you about the area's colorful history. During the summer, the historic center hosts summer stock theater productions. The nonprofit organization operates under a state-chartered charter and holds special events and school tours. In fact, it handles more than 20,000 school field trips each year.

Among the people who live in Saint Mary City, the most common race is white. However, Hispanic people and Black people are not far behind. The county's median age was 45.6 years. The area has a total population of 114,687. The county's median household size is 2.29, while the median family size is 2.82. The median household income was $8,447.