This 1948 map of Knox County, Kentucky's communities and neighborhoods was published in the Barbourville Mountain Advocate newspaper on July 1, 1976.
Doctor Congleton served Knox Countians for many years through his dental practice on the Court Square in Barbourville, Kentucky. One of his sidelines was history.
Dwight D. Warren of Oak Ridge, Tenn., has authorized the Knox Historical Museum to copy and publicize his hand-drawn map of Roaring Fork on Stinking Creek in Knox County, Kentucky.
The layout map was created in 1801.
The location of old schools in Knox County, Kentucky are listed - apparently by employees of the Knox County School System - on a 1937 Kentucky State Highway Department road map.
Note: viewer will have to zoom in several times to read this map.
This map was drawn in Dwight D. Warren. The research was done by his father, K.S. Sol Warren.