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    • Kentucky.

    • Maps
    • Map of Kentucky, bordered by Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, and Tennessee, shows Cumberland Mountains, rivers, large creeks, counties, major roads, cities, and towns. It also shows "Indian Lands" and "Indian Boundary Lines." Printed beneath the title,...
    • Spiral staircase at Shakertown, Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, 1940.

    • Interiors; Architecture; Spiral stairs; Stairways; Historic sites; Religious communities; Shakers; Shakertown at Pleasant Hill, Ky., Inc.
    • A view looking upwards from the ground level of a spiral staircase in a building at Shakertown in Pleasant Hill, Ky. The town was an active Shaker religious community from 1805 to 1910. The buildings and property at Shakertown then passed into...
    • West Family Dwelling at Shakertown, Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, 1940.

    • Buildings; Houses; Architecture; Dwellings; Historic sites; Religious communities; Shakers; Shakertown at Pleasant Hill, Ky., Inc.; Women
    • Exterior view of the West Family Dwelling building at Shakertown in Pleasant Hill, Ky. Two women wearing dresses and bonnets sit reading on the steps that lead up to the building. Built in 1821, the brick two story building has two doorways flanked...
    • Woman in bedroom at Shakertown, Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, 1940.

    • Women; Interiors; Bedrooms; Furniture; Historic sites; Religious communities; Shakers; Shakertown at Pleasant Hill, Ky., Inc.
    • An interior view of a bedroom in a building at Shakertown in Pleasant Hill, Ky. A woman wearing a dress, apron, scarf, and bonnet sits next to a fireplace in a rocking chair working on a blanket. The room is sparsely decorated with a bed, two small...
    • Foyer in building at Shakertown, Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, 1940.

    • Interiors; Architecture; Stairways; Spinning apparatus; Spinning machinery; Historic sites; Religious communities; Shakers; Shakertown at Pleasant Hill, Ky., Inc.
    • An interior view of a building at Shakertown in Pleasant Hill, Ky. Two staircases run parallel along two walls within the foyer of the building. A spinning wheel is visible in background near two doorways. Arched entries lead to rooms off of the...
    • Scene in Shakertown.

    • Women; Dwellings; Houses; Stone buildings; Wooden buildings; Religious communities; Shakers; Shakertown at Pleasant Hill, Ky., Inc.
    • At the left of the photograph is a large three-story wood house; at right are two two-story houses closely spaced (the house furthest to the right is stone; the middle house, set a little farther back, is wood). A row of bare trees, a one board...
    • Shakertown residence.

    • Dwellings; Houses; Men; Shakertown at Pleasant Hill, Ky., Inc.
    • Two-story light brick house consisting of two large, perpendicular sections, with shutters and many chimneys. A line of trees (some of them severely pruned) and a picket fence with a six board gate runs in front of the house; behind the fence, four...
    • Scene in Shakertown.

    • Women; Dogs; Dwellings; Houses; Shakertown at Pleasant Hill, Ky., Inc.
    • Two women in dark skirts and dark blouses, as well as three small dogs, stand in front of a two-story brick house with shutters and a porch. The porch has white wood pillars curving up to notched arches under the porch roof. All of the porch...
    • B. J. Peters.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legislators; Portraits
    • Belvard J. Peters was born in Fauquier County, Virginia, November 3, 1805. He attended Buck Pond Academy, in Woodford County, then Transylvania University, where he graduated in 1825. He read law under Chief Justice John Boyle, received a license...
    • Arch. Dixon.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Archibald Dixon was born in Caswell County, North Carolina, in 1802. He moved with his parents to Henderson, Kentucky, in 1805. Educated in the local schools, he read law and was admitted to the bar in 1824. He established a practice in Henderson....

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