Historical Marker #2605 remembers the Scott County Jail and Jailer’s House located in Scott County, Ky. Scott County, like many small communities in Kentucky, has a long history. But unlike many areas, Scott County has been able to preserve a…

Historical Marker #2598 in Warren County notes the location of the Presbyterian Church and earliest public burying ground in Bowling Green. The burying ground was Initially established as a pioneer cemetery in 1811. On April 9, 1819 the grounds…

Historical Marker #2603 remembers The US Civil War battle of Saratoga and the Saratoga Methodist Church located in Lyon County, Kentucky. When the United States Civil War broke out in April 1861, Kentucky, while a slave state, remained in the…

Historical Marker #2167 in Frankfort recognizes the nuanced political career of Emma Guy Cromwell, Kentucky’s first female secretary of state. Cromwell was born in 1869 in Simpson County; unfortunately, her father died when she was an infant and…