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The park, which was segregated for many years, prided and promoted itself as a million-dollar playground.   It was a hidden gem for some families found at the end of West Market Street where Shawnee Park has expanded in modern times. Fontaine Ferry Park welcomed white children and their parents from 1909 to 1969 and promoted …

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Three different centuries of Ohio River bridge crossings in Louisville. Five spans of various design and construction in one photo. Going from farthest to nearest: 14th St. Bridge (Pennsylvania Rail Road Bridge) First bridge across the Ohio River in Louisville. Truss swing/vertical-lift bridge Built 1868/rebuilt 1916-1919 Most of the bridges were built with the truss …

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The Gould-Levy Company store was located at 209-211 East Jefferson. It was formed in approximately 1878 with the consolidation of L. Gould & Company and the business of Sol Levy. According to the Courier-Journal, it was situated across the street from a market where gardeners and farmers brought their goods every morning. They sold everything …

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When I think about vacation, Kentucky is not necessarily the first place that comes to mind. But, whether you live in the state or are looking for a more frugal vacation spot that will get you into an unfamiliar place, the free things to do in Louisville, KY are fun and enriching. As I often …

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Louisville, largest city in Kentucky, U.S., and the seat of Jefferson county, opposite the Falls of the Ohio River. Louisville is the center of a metropolitan area including Jefferson county in Kentucky and Clark and Floyd counties in Indiana. Bridges spanning the Ohio link the city with New Albany and Jeffersonville, Indiana. Following a referendum passed in 2000, the city and Jefferson county merged …

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People visiting Louisville often wonder: How safe is the city? This question comes up a lot, especially since Louisville is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. Generally speaking, Louisville is a relatively safe area. The city’s crime rate is just below the national average. But, when compared to other large metropolitan areas, Louisville is one …

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