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History Cousins: Baker's Historical and Biographical Sketches...

... now added to Cyrus' List of Books every Adair Countian should read
Wayward JIM of History Cousins resurrects opines of Cyrus
After close consultation, we have concluded that Judge H.C. Baker's"Historical and Biographical Sketches of Adair County, Kentucky" should be added to Cyrus' list of books every Adair Countian should read.

This volume of 41 sketches and other materials, edited by Cyrus, theman of mystery himself, contains information about Adair County andAdair countians not found in any other source. /s/ Mike Watson & wayward cousin Jim
2012 Adair Genealogy & History Book Fair

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Favorite old photo: Cane Valley Bank, Tampico Lodge

2012-05-20 - Photo From the History Cousins.
The Farmers' Bank of Cane Valley was organized in 1906 with a capital stock of $15,000 and opened its doors for business on Wednesday, January 2nd, 1907 in a just-completed building, "a two-story brick, 24 x 46 feet," erected by Mr. Robert Casey at an estimated cost of $3,000. The stairs shown in the accompanying photo led (in later years) to the Tampico Lodge meeting hall.-Jim & Mike

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