National Register of Historic Places similar to or like Confederate Memorial in Nicholasville

Historic statue created in the Jim Crow era and located on the Jessamine County courthouse lawn in Nicholasville, Kentucky, ten miles south of Lexington, Kentucky. Wikipedia

  • John Hunt Morgan Memorial

    Monument created during the Jim Crow era, as a tribute to Confederate General John Hunt Morgan, who was from Lexington and is buried in Lexington Cemetery. Originally situated on the Courthouse Lawn at the junction of North Upper and East Main Street, but was moved to Lexington Cemetery in 2018. Wikipedia

  • Camp Nelson Heritage National Monument

    525 acre national monument, historical museum and park located in southern Jessamine County, Kentucky, United States, 20 mi south of Lexington, Kentucky. Established in 1863 as a depot for the Union Army during the Civil War. Wikipedia

  • Public high school in Nicholasville, Kentucky. It opened in 1997 along with East Jessamine High School after rapidly growing Jessamine County split its former high school, Jessamine County High, in two. Wikipedia

  • Public high school in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Opened in 1997 by Jessamine County. Wikipedia

  • Nicholasville, Kentucky

    Home rule city in and the county seat of Jessamine County, Kentucky, United States. 28,015 during the 2010 U.S. Census, making Nicholasville the 11th-largest settlement in the state. Wikipedia

  • Camp Nelson National Cemetery

    United States National Cemetery located in southern Jessamine County, Kentucky. Originally a graveyard associated with the U.S. Army's Camp Nelson, which was active during the U.S. Civil War and its aftermath. Wikipedia

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