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Greenhill Cemetery contains monuments to KY's black Civil War soldiers.

Greenhill Cemetery contains monuments to KY's black Civil War soldiers.

Juneteenth Celebration will Tell Stories of Black Civil War Troops in Kentucky

Juneteenth Celebration will Tell Stories of Black Civil War Troops in Kentucky

Civil War Black "Buffalo Soldiers" of the Infantry Photograph - Fort Keogh, MT. And they, too, deserve to be remembered.

This monument to Franklin County's African American Civil War soldiers was placed in 1924. Courtesy of Tim Talbott

Monument to African American soldiers who served in the Civil War, Green Hills Cemetery, Frankfort, KY

Vanishing Eastern Kentucky: Two-Story School House, Fallsburg, Lawrence County

Vanishing Eastern Kentucky: Two-Story School House, Fallsburg, Lawrence County

In the deep, dark hills of eastern Kentucky...that's the place where I trace my blood line. ~ Patty Loveless

emergence of three forks, mouth of the kentucky river

The Lexington Cemetery is the burial site of many notable Kentuckians, the 1st rural cemetery in Lexington, Kentucky. The burial ground was originally established in 1849 on 40 acres of land but the acreage was eventually increased to 170 acres. At the entrance to the cemetery is a Romanesque style gatehouse built in 1890 after the original Gothic gatehouse built by local builder John McMurty was torn down.  The cemetery contains an arboretum & wide variety of plants, shrubs, trees & flowers

The Lexington Cemetery is the burial site of many notable Kentuckians, the 1st rural cemetery in Lexington, Kentucky. The burial ground was originally established in 1849 on 40 acres of land but the acreage was eventually increased to 170 acres. At the entrance to the cemetery is a Romanesque style gatehouse built in 1890 after the original Gothic gatehouse built by local builder John McMurty was torn down. The cemetery contains an arboretum & wide variety of plants, shrubs, trees & flowers

Black Civil War Soldiers Receive Marker | Black America Web

Little Known Black History Fact: Black Civil War Soldiers Receive Marker

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