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Retracing Crocus-to-Montpelier Hwy: The Miller/Spickard House



2016-04-09 - Crocus, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, CM photo.
The 105 year old Spickard - or Miller - House begins Jim's update on history of a Main Road in Adair County, a big advance for transportation one hundred years ago. It was built in 1911. It is considered by many one of the most beautiful homes in Adair County. - Photo 8 Apr 2016. For an earlier look back at the the famous house, see: Built 100 years ago: Miller house at Crocus. - EW. To continue with Jim's retracing of the significance of the Crocus-to-Montpelier transportation breakthrough 100 years ago, click on Read More.

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