washington, kentucky 

washington, kentucky
The oldest house in Washington, this building once handled the US mail for three states. It was built prior  to 1800.  This image is c. 1929.

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Broderick's Tavern
named for David Broderick, who
was granted the first Mason
County tavern license on
May 26, 1789
The Cane Break, thought to
have been built by John
Coburn, c. 1790

 

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Cedar Hill, Home of Col. L. B. Goggin, Washington
A little more information on Cedar Hill is here.

 

 

 

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washington, kentucky

 

 

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Cedar Hill, Washington, Kentucky. Summer, 1945

 

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General Johnston
Home, 1931
Where Gen Albert Sidney
Johnston was born, 1906
Another one,
unknown date.
Yet another pic, with some
info, on the Johnson birthplace. 

 

new Washington, Ky
  1934
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Birthplace of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnson, Washington, 1954 Albert Sidney Johnston Home, c. 1970 Where Gen Albert Sidney Johnston was born, image is circa 1910

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Johnson

There's a brief bio of General Johnston at this site, (Wikipedia) and a piece
about his most famous Civil War Battle - Shiloh - at this site. (Wikipedia)
Google will give you hundreds more sites about both.
DO NOT miss this remarkable obituary of Gen. Johnson,

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Washington House, 1934  

 

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Marshall Key Home Marshall Key Home Marshall Key
home, 1955
Slave Quarters in
back of Key home
1934
More information on the Key Home can be found at more at this site.

 

Washington washington, kentucky
The magazine In Kentucky ran a feature on the homes of Washington House where Harriett Beecher  Stowe stayed in Washington

 

c Cedar Hill
Wm. R. Gill Farm, 1876 C. R. Collins Home, 1876

 

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The Thomas Marshall
Home, Federal Hill
 
The Thomas Marshall
Home, Federal Hill
 
Thomas Marshall Home, built in 1802
A little background on this house is here (pdf)
picture on the right is 1931

 

washington, kentucky
My Father's House in Washington, Kentucky (1886), a painting by Covington artist Mary Bruce Sharon (external pdf)

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