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August Belmont II 1853 - 1924 - Thoroughbred Park
in Kentucky Historical Markers
Important figures in Thoroughbred racing.
posted by: krsmith2
date approved: 7/26/2012
last visited: 8/1/2012
Pair of plaques describing the history of this famous track
posted by: stinger503
date approved: 7/25/2012
last visited: never
Ashland Park / Olmsted Brothers In KY
Henry Clay descendants had Olmsted Brothers to design Ashland Park Neighborhood.
date approved: 7/15/2012
Thomas Hunt Morgan / Genetic Research #1714
Life work of Thomas Hunt Morgan, 1933 Nobel Prize winner.
date approved: 7/14/2012
Keeneland #2 (Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky 40510)
Major John Keene entertained General LaFayette here.
U.S. Vice President
Out caching and seen this sign.
posted by: geoprof123
date approved: 7/9/2012
last visited: 8/7/2011
Out caching and saw this sign
last visited: 7/25/2011
Gen. Joseph Winlock (1758-1831)
Out caching and found this sign
last visited: 7/3/2011
Out caching and seen this sign
Found while caching
last visited: 7/6/2011
Colville Covered Bridge
Out caching and visiting covered bridges
last visited: 11/13/2011
North Fork Baptist Church
A neat church just up the hill from Switzer covered bridge
date approved: 7/8/2012
last visited: 7/7/2012
Great River Tragedy
I bet you did not know such a tragedy happen right there in the river.
date approved: 7/1/2012
last visited: 6/24/2012
Clark County Hemp
Ever wander where all that hemp rope came from.
last visited: 6/30/2012
Captain Samuel Sanders, 1813-1902
Steamboats on Kentucky River??? Image that.
Gen. Washington's Guard
You never know where a George Washington connection might show up
Frankfort Chosen as Capital
I always wondered why Frankfort got selected
last visited: 6/23/2012
a neat place on Main St to stop in and visit
A neat marker on Main St.
Make sure you go visit his grave, you get a great view of Frankfort
last visited: 6/28/2013
Lewis and Clark in Kentucky- William Clark in Lexington & Meriwether Lewis in Lexington
Marker located in Phoenix Park on Main St. in downtown Lexington.
posted by: Go Boilers!
last visited: 7/11/2012
Welcome to Paducah/Barkley Field
A historical marker located outside the Barkley Field (airport) terminal describing the history of Paducah.
posted by: trailhound1
date approved: 6/19/2012
last visited: 6/18/2012
The Gaitskill Mound
This historical marker gives a brief history of the nearby Indian Mound.
posted by: Simplenfun
date approved: 6/8/2012
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