Hardin and LaRue Counties: 1880-1930, Kentucky (Images of America Series) Carl Howell Author
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In Hardin and LaRue Counties 1880–1930, authors Carl Howell and Don Waters take us on a fascinating journey back in time to experience the charm and splendor of the many small communities that make up these neighboring counties. Featured in this remarkable review of Hardin and LaRue Counties’ history are over 200 rare photographs that capture the people, places, and ways of life that have contributed to the area’s rich history. Discover within these pages many early businesses, mills, railroad depots, activities, and gathering places that no longer exist. View previously unpublished photographs from Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace, taken during the time when our nation was first becoming aware of both its location and its historical significance. From blacksmith to tinsmith, from simple country stores to detailed images of specialty shops, the array of subjects and scenes in this volume will delight readers young and old. Hardin and LaRue Counties 1880–1930 is certain to become a family heirloom and an educational resource for years to come.


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