Camp George W. Hill
“The Official Scout Reservation of the Northern Kentucky Council, Boy Scouts of America”
Hill was a noted Covington merchant on Pike street who donated 40 acres for the camp.
|“A new post office, named Morning View, has been established at Mullins' station, 20 miles from Covington, on the Covington and Lexington railroad. Geo. H. Mullins is post master.” from the Covington Journal, November 24, 1855.||“The Morning View Dancing Club at Drexelius' Hall last night enjoyed on of their pleasant parties. The club did not belie its name. The early morning was viewed before the dancing and jollity ceased.”
from Covington's The Ticket, August 29, 1877
|“A Cincinnati paper states Father Exel, of Mullen's station notoriety, has been removed from his post, and
another priest of calmer temperment substituted.” Courier-Journal, September 25, 1874
|“The Morning View Accommodation train made it's first trip yesterday on the Kentucky Central Railroad. The train leaves Covington every evening at 6:15, and arrives in Morning View at 7:30, and arrives in Covington in the morning at 7:15. This train affords business men in Covington and Cincinnati excellent opportunities to reside in the county.” from Covington's The Ticket, May 8, 1877|
|For a List of Morning View Merchants from 1876, go here.||Fire at Mullens' Station in 1859, more here.|
Licking River Ferry, Morning View
Map of Morning View, 1883
from An Atlas of Boone, Kenton and
Campbell Counties, Kentucky,
published by D. J. Lake & Co.
See more of this map here.