We are the proud owners of two significant historical properties. Morgan Row, our headquarters and the first row house in Kentucky, was once a tavern built and run by Joseph Morgan. Old Mud Meeting House , the early church of the large Dutch settlement in Mercer County, has been carefully restored and is the site of regular reunions of the "Dutch Cousins", who have generously contributed to its restoration and maintenance.
Our Research Library is a wealth of local history publications, files, newspapers, government documents, and other information to support your search for historical, genealogical, or geographical information. A large collection of artifacts illustrates the material culture of the past.
Under Genealogy and Biography, you can find information about individuals, families, and groups. There is a list of all the family names for which we have books - it doesn't include a list of all the files (stay tuned for that).
Also check under Publications for materials that you can download or purchase.
Under Publications you can find materials that you can download or purchase. These are published books, transcribed papers, and lists of materials, as well as indexes to some of the collections.
Under Mercer County History you can find information about historic buildings, events, and other history topics.
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