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Clinton, Kentucky Historical Markers

 
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By Craig Swain
Markers and Memorial at the Courthouse
Kentucky (Hickman County), Clinton — 1497 — Clinton Seminary
First high school in Ky. west of Tenn. River established at Clinton, 1846. Frame structure erected; burned 1854. In 1850, Clinton Female Seminary was incorporated. Organized as Clinton Academy as charter made no mention of only women students. . . . — Map (db m36982) HM
Kentucky (Hickman County), Clinton — 895 — County Named, 1821
For Capt. Paschal Hickman who was massacred by Indians after River Raisin battle, Jan., 1813, one of nine Ky. officers killed in that action for whom counties named. Resided Franklin County, extensive landowner. Originally, Hickman comprised the . . . — Map (db m36945) HM
Kentucky (Hickman County), Clinton — 1400 — Guerrilla Raids on Clinton
Federal troops garrisoned in area between 1862 and 1865 were often harassed by enemy guerrillas. March 10, 1864, Clinton was first raided by about forty who took supplies and horses that had been purchased for Union army. On July 10, 1864, . . . — Map (db m51844) HM
Kentucky (Hickman County), Clinton — Hickman County Veterans Memorial
In honor and memory of the veterans of Hickman County who served their country faithfully and proudly — Map (db m36983) HM

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