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Fulton County is the name of eight counties in the United States of America. Most are named for Robert Fulton, inventor of the first practical steamboat:
- Fulton County, Arkansas, named after Governor William Savin Fulton
- Fulton County, Georgia, the most populous of Georgia's counties and by far the most populous county bearing the name.
- Fulton County, Illinois
- Fulton County, Indiana
- Fulton County, Kentucky
- Fulton County, New York
- Fulton County, Ohio
- Fulton County, Pennsylvania
- Fulton County (novel) by James Goldman
- Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium, former home to the Atlanta Braves (1966–96) and the Atlanta Falcons (1966–91)
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