THE WAYNE COUNTY MUSEUM WILLIAM CRENSHAW KENNEDY, JR. MEMORIAL MUSEUM

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JOSEPHUS NEWTON DAVIS--Dedicated Servant of God and Man--Resident of Mill Springs, Kentucky
WAYNE COUNTY HEROES
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THE AGE OF WAYNE COUNTY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS--"A Time Capsule"
RENOVATION PROJECT
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"REMEMBER ME!"
THE MUSEUM
WAYNE COUNTY MUSEUM NAMED "OUTSTANDING MUSEUM OF THE YEAR"
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TREE OF LIFE DONOR PROGRAM
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CIVIL WAR PUBLICATIONS
"RACCOON" JOHN SMITH Wayne County Kentucky Pioneer And Preacher
"WAYNE COUNTY COURT ORDER BOOK 1801-1824"
RARE WAYNE COUNTY PUBLICATIONS FOR SALE
WAYNE COUNTY ART PRINT "Oil Boom Days"
WAYNE COUNTY ARTISTS
WAYNE COUNTY PHOTOGRAPHS BY TIM OGLE
CURRENT EXHIBITS
3 R's MUSEUM (One Room School)
BATTLE OF MILL SPRINGS DIORAMA
WAYNE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
ELIZABETH FURR DUNCAN LIBRARY
RICHARD (Dick) BURNETT Wayne County Musician
STEAMBOATS ON THE UPPER CUMBERLAND
WEST-METCALFE HOUSE
ERNEST MOORE VIQUESNEY COLLECTION (DOUGHBOY STATUE)
MONTICELLO-BURNSIDE STAGECOACH COMMEMORATIVE RIDE
THE MONTICELLO-BURNSIDE STAGECOACH
The Wayne County Museum provides opportunities to feature the events and people that are of historial significance to Monticello and Wayne County, Kentucky.
Every effort is made to insure the exhibits are interesting to all who visit the museum.
Currently some of the exhibits include:

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OTHER EXHIBITS
The exhibits at the Museum are always changing as a part of commitment to make it a "living" Museum!
Other current exhibits include:
The Monticello To Burnside Stage Coach
The "Doughboy" Statue
World War I Uniform Of John Burton
Guy Huffaker Antique Tool Collection
Norma Cole Exhibit
 
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THREE R'S MUSEUM
Wayne County Kentucky has always distinguished itself in the field of private and public education.  The first desegrated school was in Wayne County and some of the commonwealth's greatest educators have come from Wayne County.
At one time there were over a hundred school houses in the county.  Many of them were only one room structures where all grades were taught by one teacher.
The Wayne County Retired Teachers Association has been instrumental in restoring the old Oak Grove one room school house and that building is located on the same property as the Museum.
Tours of the Three R's Museum can be arranged by calling the Museum.

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William Crenshaw Kennedy, Jr. Memorial Museum
75 North Main Street
PO Box 67
  Monticello, Kentucky  42633
Phone: 606-340-2300