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Grave of Ben Hardin gets attention : may become a state shrine / [written by Orval W. Baylor].

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [Pam.] ISLG 929.2 H263 NO. 1 (Text) 00000106381825 Genealogy Pamphlet Available -
Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [Pam.] ISLG 929.2 H263 NO. 1 (Text) 00000106381841 Vault Genealogy pamphlet Available -

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  • Physical Description: 2 unnumbered leaves ; 28 cm

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"This article is taken from Baylor's Quarterly Magazine of Kentucky Hist., pub. by Orval W. Baylor, Springfield, Ky., 1941, Vol. 1, no. 1, p. 27-28."--Second leaf.
Summary, etc.:
Article on Benjamin Hardin (1784-1852), who served in United States House of Representatives, the Kentucky House of Representatives, and the Kentucky State Senate. In addition, Mr. Hardin was a lawyer and once served as the Secretary of State of Kentucky. A native of Pennsylvania, Benjamin Hardin came to Kentucky as child in 1788. He remained a resident of Kentucky until his death in 1852.
Subject: Hardin, Benjamin, 1784-1852 > Family.
Harding family.
Legislators > United States > Genealogy.
Legislators > Kentucky > Genealogy.
Cabinet officers > Kentucky > Genealogy.
Lawyers > Kentucky > Genealogy.
Pennsylvania > Genealogy.
United States. Congress. House > Genealogy.

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