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For 14 miles (23 km) between Le Claire, Iowa, and Rock Island, the Mississippi River flowed across a series of finger-like rock projections protruding from either bank.
Saukenuk was the principal village of the Sauk tribe and birthplace of its 19th-century war chief, Black Hawk.
This helps the bi-state area promote itself as a single community, "joined by a river." The Quad Cities Metropolitan Area consists of three counties: Scott County in Iowa, and Rock Island County and Henry County in Illinois. As of the 2000 census, a total of 96,495 households and 60,535 families resided in the area.
The racial makeup of the area is 90.6% White (410,861), 3.7% Black or African American (27,757), 0.6% American Indian and Alaskan Native (1,255), 1.0% Asian (6,624), 0.03% Pacific Islander (156), and 2.0% from two or more races (11,929).
7.1% of the population is Hispanic or Latino of any race (37,070).
The primary minority groups in the area are African-Americans, which in Davenport make up the third largest black population in the state of Iowa, a community dating back to the 1830s.In 1832, Sauk chief Keokuk and General Winfield Scott signed a treaty in Davenport after the US defeated the Sauk and their allies in the Black Hawk War.