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Jackson County Kentucky Historical Markers

 
Looking south on US-421 towards Kelley Road (on left). image, Touch for more information
By Mark Hilton, July 13, 2019
Looking south on US-421 towards Kelley Road (on left).
Kentucky (Jackson County), Gray Hawk — 697 — Warrior's Path
Along War Fork Creek, two miles east, coursed a primeval trail between the Shawnees of Ohio and Cherokees of east Tennessee. The Indians called it Athiamiowee, Path of the Armed Ones. On English map, 1755. Path was followed by Gabriel Arthur, when . . . — Map (db m136644) HM
Kentucky (Jackson County), McKee — 1145 — County Named, 1858
For Andrew Jackson, the 7th US President, 1829-37, first to be elected from west of Appalachians. First Representative in Congress from Tenn., 1796-97. In US Senate twice, 1797 and 1823. Victorious commander at New Orleans, 1815. County formed from . . . — Map (db m136788) HM

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