Historical Markers in
McCracken County, Kentucky

$5 Bought Paducah 8th of August 8th U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery A Paducah CSA Hero American Red Cross Angles Ann I. Baker (1873-1931) Barkley's Grave Barkley's Law Office Boy Scout Troop 1 Broadway Methodist Burks Chapel A.M.E. Church Chief Paduke Church of Christ Clara Barton's Visit Clark's Land Cobb's Birth Site Col. Ed Murray's Home Col. Hicks' Hdqrs. Confederate Flag of Welcome Congressmen Representing First District Which Included Jackson Purchase, 1819-1995 Dr. Reuben Saunders Dr. Reuben Saunders (1808-1891) Dr. William Stuart Nelson, 1895-1977 "Duke of Paducah" First Baptist Church First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) First Log Cabin First Presbyterian Church First Public Well Forrest's Bivouac Forrest's Headquarters Forrest's Raid Fort Anderson Fountain Avenue United Methodist Church Gen. George Rogers Clark Gen. Lloyd Tilghman Gen. Lloyd Tilghman Grace Episcopal Grant's Proclamation Grave of John T. Scopes Gunsmith Ferd Hummel Guthrie Building Historic Railroad Historic Riverfront Immanuel Baptist Iron Horse Memorial Irvin S. Cobb Irvin S. Cobb Said: Jackson Purchase Lewis and Clark in Kentucky- McCracken County Linn Boyd Home-1853 Marine Ways McCracken County Courthouse Mexican War, 1846-48 Old Judge Priest Original Boundary Paducah Community College Paducah Furnace Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant Paducah Pictorial Paducah's Indian Name Paducah, Kentucky Paducah, Kentucky Paducah, Kentucky Paducah, Kentucky Ride Round the Rivers Rotary Club of Paducah Second Courthouse Spring Bayou Baptist Church St. Francis de Sales St. John the Evangelist Church and School St. Paul Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) Temple Israel The 1937 Flood The Flood Wall Tilghman Home Unity Church-The United Church of Christ Washington Street Missionary Baptist Church Welcome to Paducah, KY. West Kentucky Industrial College Westminster United Presbyterian Church Whitehaven Wilmington Woodland School