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Commemorating Jackman Graded and High School

2006-08-16 - Taylor ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbschlag. At the Saturday, August 12, 2006, Columbia Adair County Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting for the commemorative plaque and flag staff on the site of Jackman High, are, from left, Charles Barnes, June Parson, Mrs. Dorothy Murray (property owner), Charles Curry (yellow shirt), Houston Murray (property owner), Ann Melton, Donna Frazier, Jerry Vaughan, J. M. Shelley, Bobby Bowe, Pat Bell, Steve Cheatham, Mike Loy and Sue Stivers. The mini-park is on Taylor Street, at the site of Jackman Graded and High School, which burned in 1953, three years before Adair County Schools were integrated.
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