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Adairville is a 5th-class city in Logan County, Kentucky, in the United States. Established on 31 January 1833, it was named for Governor John Adair and incorporated by the state assembly on 7 February 1871. The population was 920 at the 2000 census.
- also known as Adairville, Kentucky; Logan County / Adairville city
- part of Logan County, Kentucky, United States of America
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Pages of Life (2017)
by Angelika Siska
Adairville is a pretty, small town with small houses, surrounded by manicured gardens. “Jesus Christ is Lord”, says, in big letters, an inscription on two corn silos, reminding us that we are travelling along the Bible Belt, a region where the Baptist Church is omnipresent. Huge tobacco fields are already harvested and tobacco leaves are hanging in special wooden sheds where they are slowly smoked. The smoke is swelling outside through small openings along the wooden boards.
Embracing Its History, Antiquities, and Natural Curiosities, Geographical, Statistical, and Geological Descriptions with Anecdotes of Pioneer Life, and More Than One Hundred Biographical Sketches of Distinguished Pioneers, Soldiers, Statesmen, Jurists, Lawyers, Divines, Etc by Lewis Collins
Adairville is a handsome village, thirteen miles south of Russellville, and contains one school, three physicians, four stores, two groceries, one tavern, and twelve mechanical shops. Established in 1812, and named in honor of General John Adair. Keasburg is a small village about sixteen miles south-west from Russellville, containing one Union church, ...
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The Kentucky Encyclopedia (2015)
by John E. Kleber
Peter Cartwright, a noted Methodist minister who lived near Adairville from 1793 to 1802, damned the area as “Rogue's Harbor” ...
The Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)
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