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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. Wikipedia

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    Private, non-profit 170 acre rural cemetery and arboretum located at 833 W. Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky. Open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.The Lexington Cemetery was established in 1848 as a place of beauty and a public cemetery, in part to deal with burials from the cholera epidemic in the area. Wikipedia

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  • 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. 11 ft granite pedestal surmounted by a 7 ft bronze "Confederate" soldier statue with knapsack and kepi hat. Wikipedia

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