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Historic Locust Grove -
Market Fair & Revolutionary War Encampment

October 28 - 29, 2006  Louisville, Kentucky

Photos by Kathy Cummings

Link to Historic Locust Grove

Locust Grove is the historic home of Lucy Clark Croghan and William Croghan. Built in 1790 (the Croghans were married in 1789). It was the final home of General George Rogers Clark after he was forced by illness to move from Clark’s Point to the home of his sister.

Re-enactors come every spring and fall for a market fair and Revolutionary encampment bringing sights that would have been seen when the Croghans (pronounced Crawns) were in residence here. Many of the groups attending were with George Rogers Clark on his Ohio Campaign of the Battle of Peckuwe.

The Sights, the Colors and the Faces of the Event at
Locust Grove

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The Military at Locust Grove - on the field in battle and around the camps.

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the Slide Show

Past Events at Locust Grove

Locust Grove 
Spring 06 Locust Grove
Fall 05 Locust Grove
Spring 05
Junior Militia 04 Mourning 04
Locust Grove Fall 04

Links to groups attending The Locust Grove Market Fair

Illinois Regiment
Logan's Company
Culpeper Minute Battalion

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

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