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1822 Kentucky Resoluton to Neighboring States
Liberty; Breckinridge, Joseph Cabell, 1788-1823; Slavery --Kentucky; Fugitive slaves --Kentucky
In 1822, Secretary of State Joseph C. Breckinridge, under the auspices of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky signed a resolution that authorized a request to be sent to the governors...
Headline of "The Kentucky Christian" on Joseph Irwin Miller
Miller, J. Irwin (Joseph Irwin), 1909-2004; Miller family; National Council of Churches; Religious institutions
Miller, a devout Christian, believed strongly in the ecumenical movement. He was the first layman to be elected to lead the National Council of Churches (NCC) from 1960-63. Miller brought the NCC to take...
Ferry the "Ohio"
Ferries; Boats; Transportation
The ferry is on the Ohio River near Lamb, Indiana. It was built at Paducah, Kentucky in 1924, and operated between Carrollton, Kentucky and Lamb, Indiana. It burned in 1936.
"Kentucky" at Madison, Indiana
Steamboats; Boats; Air Pollution; Transportation
The sign on the wharf reads: Steamers for Cin. Daily 7 a.m. 5 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. The Kentucky ran the Cincinnati-Madison and Cincinnati-Louisville routes.
"Kentucky" on the River at Madison, Indiana
Steamboats; Transportation; Air--Pollution; Boats; Paddle steamers; Ohio River
The Kentucky was originally the Levi J. Workum. It was rebult, lengthened and renamed at Madison, Indiana, in 1907. She ran the Cincinnati-Madison route and occasionally Cincinnati-Louisville.
Ferry "Ohio" on the Ohio River at Lamb, Indiana
Switzerland County (Ind.); Ohio River; Ferries
George Ash and his descendants operated a ferry on the Ohio River near Lamb, Indiana for over a century. This ferry “Ohio”, built at Paducah, Kentucky in 1924, shuttled passengers across the river...
Anna and Harlan Hubbard
Hubbard, Harlan, 1900-1988; Artists; Authors, American
Author and artist Harlan Hubbard was born In Bellevue, Kentucky in 1900. He and Anna Eikenhout married in 1943.
Harlan Hubbard Steamboat Woodcut
Hubbard, Harlan, 1900-1988; Artists
In 1952, Hubbard purchased about seven acres of land on the Ohio River in Trimble County, KY called Payne Hollow. He and Anna live a life "in harmony with the landscape."
Red Rover Converted to a U.S. Navy Hospital Ship
Steamboats; Ohio River; United States --History --Civil War, 1861-1865; Transportation; Hospitals, Naval and marine
Red Rover was built in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1857. She worked the run from Nashville to New Orleans. The Confederate army acquired the ship in 1861 and they used it around Columbus, Kentucky, and Island...
"Delta Queen" in the Lousiville Canal
Transportation; Steamboats; Canals; Rivers
City of Louisville
Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company; Steamboats; Ohio River; Air pollution
The ship was built in Jeffersonville, Indiana, in 1894, by the Howard Ship Yard. It had 72 staterooms and could sleep 160 passengers. The ship was large and powerful. She made a record run of 9 hours and...
"Longfellow" on the Green River
Steamboats; Barges; Commerce (Ship); Transportation
The ship was built in 1872, in Jeffersonville, Indiana, by the Howard Company and operated as a towboat and a packet. The Longfellow is shown here with several barges.
Cabin of the "Park City"
Steamboats; Steamboats--Passenger accommodation; Transportation
The Park City ran between Evansville, Indiana and the Green River in central Kentucky.
"Robt. E. Lee"
Steamboats; Transportation; Boats
The Robert E. Lee was built in New Albany, Indiana, in 1866, and dismantled in 1876. While the name was being painted on the ship it was moved over to the Kentucky shore as some Hoosiers resented the name...
"Alexander Mackenzie" in a Lock at Louisville
Steamboats; Paddle steamers; Transportation; Bridges; Boats
Steamboats; Commerce (Ship); Transportation; Barrels; Boats
Whiskey is being loaded onto the packet. The ship travelled from Madison, Indiana, to Louisville, Kentucky.
Evansville on the Ohio River
Vanderburgh County (Ind.); Rivers; Cityscapes
Evansville borders a horsehoe bend of the Ohio River. The crescent-shaped metropolis dominates the economic and cultural life of southwest Indiana, western Kentucky, and southeast Illinois.
Tile Factory, Thomas D. Smyth and Son, Proprietors
Vanderburgh County (Ind.); Factories--Indiana--Vanderburgh County; Drain tiles
Smyth arrived from Ireland in 1824. He worked on the canal, owned a livery, and bought a farm. He and his son began making drain tiles in 1871. The factory did extensive trade in Vanderburgh and Warrick...
United Brethren Church, Bourbon, Ind.
Marshall County (Ind.); Churches
Bourbon was settled in 1836 by James Parks and his family who came from Bourbon County, Kentucky, and named their new home after their old one. The village was laid out in 1853. The United Brethren began...
Kentucky Avenue Devastated by Flood, Indianapolis, 1913
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Natural disasters; Flood damage; Indianapolis (Ind.); White River (Ind.: River); Neighborhoods
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