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Audubon Mill Park

Audubon Mill Park sits along water street right on the Ohio River in an area that once was the location of John James Audubon’s Saw and Grist Mill….

Henderson’s Famous Well

HENDERSON, KY., Aug. 1, 1912 What three years ago was said to be a well threatening the health of the city, polluted with death dealing bacilli and teeming…

Audubon Memorial State Park

The John James Audubon State Park is a 692 acre public park, 575 acres of which are historic. The historic area includes a park, museum, and nature preserve….

Water Works Park

On August 29, 1874, the city paid $7,438 to W. T. and John H. Barret, executors of the A. B. Barret estate, for grounds located on the Ohio…

Audubon Saw and Grist Mill

Audubon Saw and Grist Mill was built in 1816 by John James Audubon and his brother-in-law, Thomas Bakewell (Marker #1645). It was a 45 foot by 65-foot stream…

Central Park Cannon

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be, and he is…

Atkinson Park

Excerpt from The Annals and Scandals of Henderson County, Kentucky, 1775-1975: In 1893. John C. Atkinson was elected mayor and soon appointed a committee, composed of S.K. Sneed…

Central Park Fountain

The Henderson, KY Central Park “Rebecca” Fountain returned to its former location in Central Park after an extensive restoration by Robinson Iron in Alexander City, AL. The fountain…

Seven Oaks by Juliet Alves

Great blog post from Friends of Audubon

Audubon Mill Park Views

Audubon Mill Park 1937

Audubon Mill Park photo during the flood of 1937. Note the old fountain in the park. Photo by Maclean Dameron. Reference: History of Henderson, KY 1888-1978

Audubon Mill Park Tree Planting

A Tree planting on Arbor Day in Audubon Mill Park.