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John James Audubon in Henderson
 
John James Audubon in Henderson Marker (<i>tall view; Ohio River in background</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, September 17, 2017
John James Audubon in Henderson Marker (tall view; Ohio River in background)
Kentucky (Henderson County), Henderson — 1645 — Audubon Saw and Grist Mill
In 1816 John James Audubon and his wife's brother, Thomas Bakewell, built a steam mill here. The 45' x 65' structure cost $15,000; Audubon supplied over half the money. In operation 1817-19, it failed due to defective machinery and scanty wheat . . . — Map (db m121859) HM
Kentucky (Henderson County), Henderson — Audubon's Mill
John James Audubon, the famed ornithologist and painter, came to Henderson in 1810 determined to make his fortune. He tried his hand at a number of businesses, initially meeting with some success. In 1816 he decided to undertake his most . . . — Map (db m121860) HM
Kentucky (Henderson County), Henderson — John James Audubon in Henderson
In 1810, John James Audubon, the famed ornithologist and painter, his wife Lucy and infant son Victor arrived in Henderson floating on a skiff downriver from Louisville, Kentucky. Audubon loved the frontier spirit of Henderson in the early 1800's, . . . — Map (db m121685) HM
Kentucky (Henderson County), Henderson — John James Audubon Store Site
On this corner stood the General Merchandise Store of John James Audubon 1810-1820 Erected by Mann Bros. May 14, 1925Map (db m121861) HM

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