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Historic Sites in Memphis Junction, KY

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Step back in time to the golden era of railroad passenger service as a Tour Guide takes you behind the scenes o...


College Hill

Bowling Green, KY

Now known as Reservoir Hill, one of nine key fortifications of CSA defense during 1861 Civil War occupation of Bowlin...


The Kentucky Museum Store features a variety of Kentucky crafts and gift items related to the collection. Merch...


Step back in time to the golden era of railroad passenger service as a Tour Guide takes you behind the scenes o...


Odgen College

Bowling Green, KY

Founded here, 1877, with funds left by Robert Ogden, local businessman. Filled educational gap, as there were no publ...


Baker Hill

Bowling Green, KY

One of nine hills fortified by CSA making Bowling Green a strong Confederate defense center, 1861. Feb. 14, 1862, day...


Building a Defence Stockade for the L&N Trestle on the Big Barren River Railroad tracks, trestles and tunnels were fr...


Grumman F9F-5 Panther

Bowling Green, KY

John Joseph Magda, Jr. was born in Camp Taylor,KY 1918. He attended Western Kentucky State Teachers College in Bowlin...


The Nahm Building

Bowling Green, KY

~~History~~ The Nahm Building was constructed in 1888 by Emanuel Nahm for the E. Nahm & Co. Clothing, Hats & Shoes st...


Railroad Workers' Neighborhood Much of downtown Bowling Green west of Louisville & Nashville tracks owes its developm...


Henry Hardin Cherry

Bowling Green, KY

Leader of the movement to establish Kentucky Normal Schools and teachers College. President Southern Normal School 18...


Civil War Occupations

Bowling Green, KY

Threatened by Union forces to the west, CSA, who had occupied city five months and fortified hills, planned to evacua...


In 1860, Bowling Green was a thriving city of about 2500 inhabitants with many local businesses, a woolen factory, a ...


Kentucky Museum

Bowling Green, KY

Located on the Western Kentucky University campus, this two-floor museum features exhibits on early Kentu...


Ernest Hogan

Bowling Green, KY

Born Reuben Crowdus on April 17, 1865 in Bowling Green, Ky. He left home at age 12 to sing in minstrel shows. He beca...


Fort C. F. Smith

Bowling Green, KY

Construction of this strong defensive work began in 1862 during the Confederate occupation of Bowling Green. After th...


General Cherry was born in Youngstown, OH, on March 4, 1939 and moved to Bowling Green, KY as an infant. He and his f...


The cave entrance of Lost River Cave is really impressive. It was used for shelter by Native Americans for 10,00...


The Confederate Monument

Bowling Green, KY

This monument created due to the efforts of George B. Payne. In 1875 Payne lived in Topeka, Kansas. During the Civil ...


Felts Log House

Bowling Green, KY

Originally built by Archibald Felts on land near the Gasper River, this log house had remained relatively unchanged o...

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