On North Jackson Highway (U.S. 31E) 2.3 miles south of Kentucky Route 218, on the left when traveling south. Reported missing.
On CSA invasion of Kentucky, resulting in battle of Perryville, Gen. Leonidas Polk’s wing moved thru here, Sept. 16, 1862, to attack USA troops at Munfordville.
Two of Kentucky raids by CSA Gen. John Hunt Morgan’s cavalry routed thru here, . . . — — Map (db m79208) HM
Near Kentucky Route 335 north of Kentucky Route 218.
Discovered 1799 by Martha A. Woodson on land granted by the first Congress to Colonel Charles A. Woodson as a part of the Lands South of Green River, reserved for Veterans of the American Revolutionary War.
Kentucky Caverns served as a source . . . — — Map (db m201441) HM
On N. Dixie St. (U.S. 31W) at State Highway 218, on the right when traveling west on N. Dixie St..
Shot down a lead plane of first invading flight of the Korean War, June 27, 1950. Four of enemy's nine fighter planes destroyed. Lt. Moran was killed in action 40 days later, Aug. 7, 1950. Member of the 58th Fighter (AW) Squadron. Born in Horse Cave . . . — — Map (db m41475) HM