Neatsville, Kentucky

Neatsville
Neatsville is an unincorporated community in Adair County, in the U.S. state of Kentucky.wikipedia
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Kentucky Route 76

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It is located at the junction of Kentucky Route 206 and Kentucky Route 76.
Kentucky Route 76 (KY 76) is a 36.714 mi state highway in Kentucky that runs from a boat ramp on Lake Cumberland west of Jabez to KY 70 northeast of Elk Horn via Eli, Neatsville, Knifley, and Yuma.

Adair County, Kentucky

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Neatsville is an unincorporated community in Adair County, in the U.S. state of Kentucky.

Kentucky Route 206

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It is located at the junction of Kentucky Route 206 and Kentucky Route 76.
In Neatsville, they split.

Unincorporated area

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Neatsville is an unincorporated community in Adair County, in the U.S. state of Kentucky.

U.S. state

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Neatsville is an unincorporated community in Adair County, in the U.S. state of Kentucky.

Kentucky

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Neatsville is an unincorporated community in Adair County, in the U.S. state of Kentucky.

Green River Lake State Park

Green River Reservoir
It has been relocated twice through the years, once due to flooding circa 1900–1902, which decimated the town, and once in the 1960s when the Green River was impounded to make way for the Green River Reservoir.

Village

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Various sources and accounts have referred to Neatsville as a village, as a postal village, as a hamlet and as a town at different times in its history.

Postal village

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Various sources and accounts have referred to Neatsville as a village, as a postal village, as a hamlet and as a town at different times in its history.

Hamlet (place)

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Various sources and accounts have referred to Neatsville as a village, as a postal village, as a hamlet and as a town at different times in its history.

Town

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Various sources and accounts have referred to Neatsville as a village, as a postal village, as a hamlet and as a town at different times in its history.

Cooper (profession)

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As it expanded, the community grew to encompass several stores, a hotel, a doctor's office, mills, a sawmill, distilleries, a saloon, a salt works, a cooper shop, a carding machine, and a Masonic Lodge.

Carding

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As it expanded, the community grew to encompass several stores, a hotel, a doctor's office, mills, a sawmill, distilleries, a saloon, a salt works, a cooper shop, a carding machine, and a Masonic Lodge.

Freemasonry

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As it expanded, the community grew to encompass several stores, a hotel, a doctor's office, mills, a sawmill, distilleries, a saloon, a salt works, a cooper shop, a carding machine, and a Masonic Lodge.

Pellyton, Kentucky

Pellyton
The Masonic Lodge was relocated to Pellyton in 1917.

Green River (Kentucky)

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Sometime circa 1900–1902, a significant flood decimated the town, necessitating its relocation from the north bank to the south bank of the Green River, at which time the former location was abandoned.

Dam

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Neatsville was later relocated to its present location sometime in the 1960s, when the Green River was impounded to enable the creation of the Green River Reservoir.

Green River Lake

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Neatsville was later relocated to its present location sometime in the 1960s, when the Green River was impounded to enable the creation of the Green River Reservoir.