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Daniel Boone History

Daniel Boone’s Grave Site – Frankfort
The site of Daniel and Rebecca Boone’s resting place is in Frankfort Cemetery, on a beautiful hillside overlooking the city, the Capitol Building, and the Kentucky River.

Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History – Frankfort – history.ky.gov/index.php |  502.564.1792

The state’s premier history venue features many displays showcasing the importance of Daniel Boone in the state’s exploration, formation, and development.

Fort Boonesborough State Park – Richmond – parks.ky.gov  |  800.255.PARK(7275)
Established in 1775 by Richard Henderson and Daniel Boone of the Transylvania Company. The park features a reconstructed fort on the banks of the Kentucky River.

Old Fort Harrod State Park – Harrodsburg
parks.ky.gov | 859.734.3314
The oldest permanent settlement in Kentucky, and another location closely associated with Daniel Boone, features a full-scale replica of the 1775 fort. Costumed interpreters demonstrate pioneer skills. Museum, cemetery, gift shop.

 

 

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BereaCarlisle/Nicholas CountyCynthianaDanvilleFrankfortGeorgetownHarrodsburg LawrenceburgLexingtonNicholasville/WilmoreParisRichmond Stanford/Lincoln County V.Versailles/MidwayWinchester

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