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Bluegrass Heritage Museum Online Book Store

Books about local areas of interest and many by local authors

Civil War Days in Clark County

$19.95

PLU 261

Compiled By Kathryn Owen

Diary of James H. Holloway

$16.00

PLU 191

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John Howard of Howard's Creek

$8.00

PLU 11

Harry G. Enoch

Biography of a Clark County Pioneer

Bound for New Orleans

$7.00

PLU 8

Edited by Harry G. Enoch

Original Journal of John Halley of his trips to New Orleans. Performed in the years 1789 and 1791

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Kerr Building, Winchester, KY

$8.00

PLU 35

Edited by Harry G. Enoch

A History of the S.P. Kerr Business Block and Eclipse Mills

Deposition Book, Clark County Court Depositions 1795-1814

$29.95

PLU 12

Harry G. Enoch & Diane Rogers

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Colonel John Holder

$21.95

PLU 81

Harry G. Enoch

Boonesborough Defender and Kentucky Entrepreneur

Pioneer Voices

$15.95

PLU 284

Harry G. Enoch

Interviews with Early Settlers. This work is a transcription of (Reverend) John D. Shane’s Clark County interviews with thirty-two individuals, plus five memorandums on people and places in the county as well as a memoir written by pioneer William Sudduths of Clark County, Kentucky.

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Clark County, Kentucky, A History

$19.95

PLU 1

Thomas D. Clark

Survey of Historic Sites in Kentucky, Clark County

$39.95

PLU 4

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Early WInchester Cemetery Inscriptions

$15.00

PLU 22

Compiled by Kathryn Owen and Ann P. Couey

A Pictorial History of Clark County, Kentucky

$49.95

PLU 216

This book features an historical overview of Clark County from the 1800s through today, with over 1,000 rare (many never-before-published) photographs of life in Clark County.

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Lower Howard's Creek: A Child's View

$2.00

PLU 289

These books were student produced and illustrated as a project between the Bluegrass Heritage Museum and local schools.

The Civil War Fort at Boonesboro: A Child's View

$2.00

PLU 290

These books were student produced and illustrated as a project between the Bluegrass Heritage Museum and local schools.

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Clark County Road Book, 1793-1876

$9.95

PLU 20

Larry G. Meadows and Harry G. Enoch

Index to Roads, Turnpikes, Railroads, Mills and Ferries in Clark County, Kentucky, Order Books

Rise and Fall of Orson Martin, Blacksmith

$9.95

PLU 45

Harry G. Enoch

A documented chronology of the son of John Martin of Lower Howard's Creek, Clark County, Kentucky

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Gravyards of Clark County, Kentucky

$15.95

PLU 57

Kathryn Owen

Compiled and Edited by Kathryn Owen in 1975 - Perfect for Genealogists with family in the Clark County Area

John Martin of Lower Howard's Creek

$12.00

PLU 119

Harry G. Enoch

Book by Harry G. Enoch. A fully documented history of the life of John Martin of Lower Howard's Creek. Illustrated and indexed.

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Captain Billy Bush and the Bush Settlement, Clark County, KY

$26.95

PLU 247

By Harry Enoch

Hardback Edition - No one played a more important role in the settlement of Clark County than Captain William “Billy” Bush. Born in Orange County, Virginia, Billy came out with Daniel Boone in 1775, resided for a time at Fort Boonesborough, then spent the rest of his life living a few miles from the fort. He thus became one of the first permanent settlers in Kentucky.

Captain Billy Bush and the Bush Settlement, Clark County, KY

$19.95

PLU 222

By Harry Enoch

Paperback Edition

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Of Family and Place

$25.00

PLU 328

By Joan P. Mayer

By local author Joan P. Mayer stories of ancestry and life in Clark County KY

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About Our Online Store

For questions about books in our online store contact the museum at 859-745-1358 or by email bgheritage@bellsouth.net. Bluegrass Heritage Museum will ship your books via USPO - regular or media mail. Media mail averages 5 working days.  We ship out orders to the United States only. Shipping days are Monday through Friday.

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