Historical marker #2612 commemorates frontier lawman Virgil Earp and his family. The Earp family settled in Ohio County, Kentucky, in 1827, where they stayed for 20 years. Nicholas Earp and Virginia Cooksey married in Hartford in 1840. While in…

Historical marker #2607 commemorates Dunham High School, located in Letcher County. Jenkins, Kentucky is located at the foot of Pine Mountain and was founded by the Consolidation Coal Company (CCC) and named in honor George C. Jenkins of…

Historical marker #2629 commemorates the Huntertown community located in Woodford County. Huntertown was an African American hamlet, or “freetown,” located in Woodford County and was settled following the Civil War. On August 29, 1871, formerly…

Historical marker #2616 in Jefferson County commemorates the founding of the Dirt Bowl basketball tournament in Algonquin Park. In the summer of 1969, Janis Carter and Ben Watkins were serving as supervisors for summer activities at Algonquin Park.…