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Pendleton County, 1889 Pendleton County, 1935
(red lines are roads;  black are railroads)
Pendleton County, 1940
map of Magisterial Districts

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Set of Topographical maps of Pendleton County from the early 1950's.
Walton DeMossville Butler Moscow
Gardnersville (1950) DeMossville (1953) Butler (1953) Carntown (1953)
       
Williamstown Goforth Falmouth Berlin
Knoxville (1950) Goforth Falmouth (1954) Berlin (1952)
       
  Berry Kelat Claysville
  Morgan (1953) McKinneysburg (1953) Milford (1952)

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Robert Rennick drew this map of locations, over time, of many Pendleton Post Offices. This Pendleton County Map is from 1931.   In 1940, Chris Wilson wrote his master's thesis at the University of Cincinnati on the consolidation of many Pendleton County Schools.  These are the before and after maps from that document. You can read some details of the school districts of the time in this excerpt. (pdf) Map of every Pendleton Community ever, it seems.

Butler, 1886
Butler, 1886
 
  Falmouth, 1897 Falmouth, 1897 Falmouth, 1897 Falmouth, 1897 Falmouth, 1897 Falmouth, 1897
  Falmouth, 1897
These detailed maps of Falmouth and Butler are Sanborn Fire Maps, originally created to assist insurance companies assess risk for underwriting fire insurance, hence “fire maps.” These we've downloaded from the Library of Congress' site for Sanborns. There are more that we have not downloaded. Follow this link to the Library of Congress site for Sanborns, select Kentucky from states and Pendleton in counties to see'em all.

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