Green River Shell

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National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Butler County, Kentucky - Current Listings
15BT2 15BT20 15BT21) 01985-12-21December 21, 1985 Western bank of the Green River in Horseshoe Bend, northeast of Logansport Logansport Baby Track Rock Petroglyphs (15BT40) 01989-09-08Septem ... Route 231 and KY 403 Morgantown DeWeese Shell Mound (15BT6) 01986-04-01April 1, 1986 Eastern bank of the Green River in Horseshoe Bend, west of Taylor Lake Highview Part of the ... Route 231 Morgantown Rayburn Johnson Shell Mound (15BT41) 01986-04-01April 1, 1986 Eastern bank of the Green River in Horseshoe Bend, northwest of Taylor Lake Prentiss Part of ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Ohio County, Kentucky - Current Listings
... or town Summary Archeological Site KHC-6 (15OH97) 01986-04-01April 1, 1986 Foot of Kirtley-River Rd ... at the Green River above Livermore Kirtley Part of the Green River Shell Middens Archeological District National Historic Landmark J.T ... Barnard Shell Midden (KHC-1) 01986-04-01April 1, 1986 Across the Green River from South Carrollton Central City Part of the Green River Shell Middens Archeological District National Historic ...

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