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Historic Locust Grove -
Market Fair & Revolutionary War Encampment

October 27 - 28, 2007  Louisville, Kentucky

The Faces of the Fall Market Fair at Historic Locust Grove

Click Here for the Slide Show

Photos by Kathy Cummings


Military Units and Tactical Battles
at Historic Locust Grove

Military Slide Show - Saturday

Military Slide Show - Sunday


Additional Photos on the Guest Gallery
by Frank Doughman


Historic Locust Grove is located in Louisville, Kentucky. Sitting high above the Ohio River the house was built in 1790 by William Croghan and his wife Lucy Clark Croghan. It was a bustling household that often became a gathering place for the other Clark siblings including both General George Rogers Clark and William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery and the many nieces and nephews of the large extended family.

Although the fall market fair and military encampment are not based on actual events at the home - it is a chance for visitors to look back into the 18th century and enjoy the sights and sounds of those days and to see a glimpse of what life would have been like for the families that passed through the doors of Historic Locust Grove.

Links to groups attending The Locust Grove Market Fair

Illinois Regiment
Logan's Company
Culpeper Minute Battalion
Kellar’s Company

The 42nd Regiment
The 71st Regiment
Butler's Rangers of
The Painted Stone Settlers

Link to
 Historic Locust Grove

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