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Historic Sites in Richmond, KY

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In late August 1862, Confederates under Maj. Gen. E. Kirby Smith defeated a Union army commanded by Maj. ... americanheritage.com

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Site of the first fort in Kentucky. Built March 1775 by Daniel Boone and party. Named for William Twitty killed by In... hmdb.org

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Fort Estill

Richmond, KY

(Front): Established about four miles Southeast of Richmond and east of this place in 1779-1780, by Col. Samuel and C... hmdb.org

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Crawfordsville, Indiana Mahlon Dickerson Manson spent his first years near Piqua, Ohio, where he was born in 1820. Wh... hmdb.org

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The most well-known participant in the Battle of Richmond was General Patrick Cleburne, a charismatic young officer w... hmdb.org

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Buried in this cemetery is Cassius Marcellus Clay. As a result of his diplomacy in Russia, friendship between the two... hmdb.org

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Two miles east is location of the trail blazed in 1775 by Daniel Boone, who was then agent for the Transylvania Co. T... hmdb.org

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From North Carolina to Kentucky 1775. Erected by the Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution 1915. Also near th... hmdb.org

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Race to Richmond

Richmond, KY

The Union Line Breaks The Confederates destroyed the Union line at Duncannon Road. They hit Cruft's brigade with a ro... hmdb.org

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The Confederates wasted little time in exploiting the gap between Manson and Cruft. "The order then reached us to mov... hmdb.org

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Original log church built here by 1790 became worship and community center for settlement of Milford, first county se... hmdb.org

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(Side A) For James Madison, Virginia patriot whose political foresight led to the formation of many of our basic demo... hmdb.org

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Marker Front:Frances E. Beauchamp (1857-1923)This Madison Co. native spearheaded the antiliquor crusade in Ky. and wa... hmdb.org

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(Side A) Pvt. William M. Harris and Pvt. Thomas W. Stivers were born in 1850 in Madison Co., Ky. Pvt. George D. Scott... hmdb.org

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Born in Richmond, Kentucky, April 5, 1816; died in Washington, D.C., October 12, 1890. He graduated with honors at Tr... hmdb.org

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Christopher Houston Kit Carson Famous old west Figure Was born in Madison County on December 24, 1809 Less than two y... hmdb.org

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This was home of James McCreary, twice gov. of Ky., 1875-79 and 1911-15. He was only governor to serve at both capito... hmdb.org

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After the early morning engagement near Mt. Zion Church both sides regrouped. Manson deployed the Union forces here a... hmdb.org

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"On the 29th I made a reconnaissance of the enemy with my whole command." Col. John Scott, 1st Louisiana Cavalry Gen.... hmdb.org

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On Taylor's fork of Silver Creek, .7 mi. east, is burial place of Hancock Taylor. This pioneer was at Falls of Ohio i... hmdb.org

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