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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fulton County, Kentucky
Adjacent to Fulton County, Kentucky
► Hickman County (19) ► Mississippi County, Missouri (4) ► New Madrid County, Missouri (6) ► Lake County, Tennessee (9) ► Obion County, Tennessee (33)
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|In this community, the famous locomotive engineer John Luther Jones, (Alias Casey Jones) spent his boyhood days. Casey's many record feats as locomotive engineer engrossed him deeply in the hearts of his fellow workers. On the morning of April 30th . . . — — Map (db m18451) HM|
|In the winter of 1861-62, the Sixth Battalion of Tennessee Cavalry commanded by Lieutenant Colonel T.H. Logwood constructed and occupied a camp of wooden huts near here. The winter was spent in scouting and patrolling in this area. In March 1862, a . . . — — Map (db m51841) HM|
|Built in 1903 to provide direct access for pedestrians between downtown and the newly constructed courthouse, the steps, actually part of Cumberland Street, span nearly 200 feet and provide a breathtaking view of the town below. — — Map (db m18420) HM|
|Born in Hickman, Mr. Stahr became one of the towns most decorated citizens. Having studied in England as a Rhodes Scholar, Mr. Stahr went on to become President John F. Kennedy's selection as Secretary of the Army in 1961. During his tenure, the . . . — — Map (db m18448) HM|
|Formed, 1845, out of Hickman Co. Part of Jackson Purchase from the Chickasaw Indians in 1818. Named for Robert Fulton, whose Clermont, best known of early steamboats, went up the Hudson River in 1807. Far western part of the county, known as Madrid . . . — — Map (db m18415) HM|
|U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell Congressional Sponsor Mayors of Hickman Judy C. Powell John P. Shuff Richard H. White, M.D. Project Design: D'Appolonia, Inc. Prime Contractor: Schunbel Foundation Co. . . . — — Map (db m18449) HM|
|The greatest earthquake recorded in North America centered in this area Dec. 16, 1811 to Feb. 7, 1812. 1,874 quakes felt at Louisville, 250 miles away. Tremors also felt at Boston, Detroit, New Orleans. Reelfoot Lake, covering 25,000 acres, formed . . . — — Map (db m18409) HM|
|Noted as one of Kentucky's most famous African American citizens, Hickman's Atwood served as the president of Kentucky State College from 1929 to 1962. During his tenure at the school, Atwood led the battle for desegregated education and improved . . . — — Map (db m18442) HM|
|Hickman, county seat of Fulton County, Kentucky, was originally settled in 1819 as Chicken Point, the name was later changed to Mills Point and finally Hickman. One of Mark Twain's favorite towns on the river, Hickman, once a cotton town, was quoted . . . — — Map (db m18421) HM|