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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Corbin, Kentucky
Location of Corbin, Kentucky
► Whitley County (15) ► Bell County (22) ► Knox County (7) ► Laurel County (35) ► McCreary County (5) ► Campbell County, Tennessee (12) ► Claiborne County, Tennessee (18)
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|Some 80,000 Kentuckians served in Civilian Conservation Corps. Three camps located in area (Companies 509, 563, and 1578). All helped develop Cumberland Falls State Park, blazing foot trails, drawing maps, and erecting cabins. Men also built DuPont . . . — — Map (db m9811) HM|
|Roosevelt's New Deal included Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Begun in 1933, the Corps employed men throughout U.S. building roads and dams., and planting trees for flood control. Jobless boys ages 18-25 received three meals a day and usually . . . — — Map (db m9812) HM|
|The Moonbow that appears here is the only one in the Western Hemisphere. It may be observed under a full moon and a clear sky. An arch of white light is usually produced at base of Falls and continues downstream. Generations of people have visited . . . — — Map (db m9814) HM|
|Corbin-Cumberland Falls Road built by Kiwanis Club of Corbin. July 10, 1927, first round trip by auto through wilderness from Corbin to Falls stimulated idea for trail. Members of Kiwanis Road Committee were Tom Gallagher, I.O. Chitwood, Robert A. . . . — — Map (db m9813) HM|