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Butler-Turpin State Historic House [KY]

Once the home of a notable Kentucky military family, today the 1859 Butler House preserves the history of the family and the region.

The historic house offers tours year-round, as well as educational programs for school groups. The website offers a brief history of the Butlers, field trip information, two small photo albums of the present-day park, an events calendar, and visitor information.

 
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