The Livestock Barn was built in 1858 by William Bumpass and his son, John. The building was donated in 2012. The Atwill Corn Crib was also donated in 2012.
Donated by Tom Wade of Kenton, Tennessee to the Discovery Park of America in 2012, Wade Cabin is sure to delight with its surprises.
The history of Dunham High School is being rediscovered by a new generation of people. May it never be lost to the sands of time.
Whitesburg Memorial Hospital was the last of ten hospitals to be built by the Miners Memorial Hospital Association.
The 10th Kentucky Mounted Rifles would be a huge part of the two Battles for Whitesburg, Kentucky as they defended Letcher County from the Union Army.
Captain Benjamin Everage Caudill would organize a group of men from the area of Letcher County Kentucky to help fight in the Civil War.
John Hunt Morgan was famous for his raids during the Civil War. He captured the imagination of the Country as he set out to unnerve the Union army.
At the time, Brigadier General James A. Garfield was the youngest Union General of the War. Garfield gained fame from his battles and later became President of the United States.
General Humphrey Marshall was a General for the Confederate Army. While he was not happy with his post, it was one of the most significant of the Civil War.
Military Hero from two American Wars and Kentucky Politician, John Stuart Williams was the first to capture Pound Gap during the Civil War.