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(Printed verso reads: "McHARGUE MILL ON LITTLE LAUREL RIVER, LEVI JACKSON WILDERNESS ROAD STATE PARK. This State Park located on U.S. 25, between London and Corbin, is a historical shrine to the memory of the pioneers who were slain on October 3, 1786, by a band of Indians. This was the bloodiest Indian massacre ever to occur in Kentucky. The 24 members of the McNitt Company are buried a short distance from the mill. In the mill yard is one of the largest collections of old millstones in the world.") 3 copies

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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