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" River barges became the recognized source of coal for Evansville,37 Indiana, and Henderson, Kentucky. The late thirties witnessed a notable increase in the interest in coal and iron developments of the State. David Trimble, speaking before the Kentucky... "
The Register - Page 34
by Kentucky Historical Society - 1922
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The Kentucky River Navigation, Issue 28

Mary Verhoeff - Kentucky River - 1917 - 257 pages
...February 12, 1838 (Kentucky House Journal, 1837-1838, pp. 466-485), contains the following statement: "No geological surveys have as yet been authorized...the country, but at that period and for many years thereafter the inducements to explore the wilderness in search of either were not sufficient to justify...
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Register of Kentucky State Historical Society, Volumes 1-20

Kentucky - 1922
...tons. During this decade Mud River coal was wagoned with ox teams in a three day haul to Russellville, and Green River barges became the recognized source...the country, but at that period and for many years there» History of Davless County. Inter-State Pub. Co., 1883, pp. 251-252. *> Mineral Resources of...
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