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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fort Knox

 
Clickable Map of Hardin County, Kentucky and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Hardin County, KY (50) Breckinridge County, KY (4) Bullitt County, KY (12) Grayson County, KY (8) Hart County, KY (48) Jefferson County, KY (95) Larue County, KY (21) Meade County, KY (12) Nelson County, KY (39) Harrison County, IN (46)  HardinCounty(50) Hardin County (50)  BreckinridgeCounty(4) Breckinridge County (4)  BullittCounty(12) Bullitt County (12)  GraysonCounty(8) Grayson County (8)  HartCounty(48) Hart County (48)  JeffersonCounty(95) Jefferson County (95)  LarueCounty(21) Larue County (21)  MeadeCounty(12) Meade County (12)  NelsonCounty(39) Nelson County (39)  HarrisonCountyIndiana(46) Harrison County (46)
Fort Knox, Kentucky and Vicinity
    Hardin County (50)
    Breckinridge County (4)
    Bullitt County (12)
    Grayson County (8)
    Hart County (48)
    Jefferson County (95)
    Larue County (21)
    Meade County (12)
    Nelson County (39)
    Harrison County, Indiana (46)
 
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1Kentucky (Hardin County), Fort Knox — 1869 — Camp Knox
Established in 1918 as artillery range and named for Major General Henry Knox, who organized artillery during Revolutionary War. Mechanized cavalry training began in 1931. Redesignated Fort Knox in January 1932. Armored Force established in 1940. . . . — Map (db m100769) WM
2Kentucky (Hardin County), Fort Knox — LST Building
The Landing Ship, Tank (LST) Building was determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places in 1998. A unique structure, the LST Building is an example of early joint forces' operations. The Army, Navy, and British . . . — Map (db m39934) HM
3Kentucky (Hardin County), Fort Knox — Main Post ChapelHistoric Fort Knox
Formerly Saint Patrick's parish church, erected in 1899 by the Stithton Catholic community originally the Saint Patrick's church was located at the post cemetery and recorded its first baptism in 1831. When the government purchased the town of . . . — Map (db m39956) HM
4Kentucky (Hardin County), Fort Knox — Post Cemetery — Historic Fort Knox —
Saint Patrick's Parish Church and Cemetery occupied this site from 1831 until 1899. The church was relocated to Stithton in 1899. When the Post Cemetery was established in 1920, the stones from the foundation of the old Saint Patrick's Church were . . . — Map (db m39931) HM
5Kentucky (Hardin County), Fort Knox — St. Patrick's Cemetery
This cemetery has three sections: Old Section: Used by St. Patrick's Church from 1831 until 1918 when the government acquired the church in Stithton now used as the Post Chapel, and then by St. Brigid's Church in Vine Grove until ca.1965 New . . . — Map (db m39932) HM
6Kentucky (Hardin County), Fort Knox — The Armored Force SchoolHistoric Fort Knox
Following formation of the armored force in July 1940 a specialized school was authorized and activated to train officers and soldiers for the armor divisions and battalions of World War II. Formal instruction began 4 November 1940 with . . . — Map (db m39933) HM
7Kentucky (Hardin County), Fort Knox — Visitor's HouseHistoric Fort Knox
This building, completed in the summer of 1919, was originally known as the Visitor's House. It was built by the National Catholic War Council, an organization of the Knights of Columbus, to accommodate families and friends that came to visit . . . — Map (db m39929) HM
 
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