ⓘ Evarts, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Evarts, Kentucky

Evarts is a home rule-class city in Harlan County, Kentucky, in the United States. The post office was opened on February 9, 1855, and named for one of the areas pioneer families. The city was formally incorporated by the state assembly in 1921. The population was 1.101 at the 2000 census and 962 at the 2010 census.

                                     
  • William M. Evarts United States Secretary of State Evarts Alberta, Canada Evarts Illinois, United States Evarts Kentucky United States Evarts class destroyer
  • The Battle of Evarts May 5, 1931 occurred in Harlan, Kentucky during the Harlan County Wars. The coal miners desired improved working conditions, higher
  • William M. Evarts was born on February 6, 1818, in Charlestown, Massachusetts, the son of Jeremiah Evarts and Mehitabel Barnes Sherman. Evarts s father
  • County, Kentucky United States. The community is located along Kentucky Route 38 and the Cumberland River 4.3 miles 6.9 km northeast of Evarts Lejunior
  • mostly rural areas of Harlan County with Evarts KY 215 begins at an intersection with KY 38 Main Street in Evarts within Harlan County, where the roadway
  • upriver 4.5 miles 7.2 km to Evarts U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Coxton, Kentucky U.S. Geological Survey Geographic
  • Cumberland, Benham, Lynch, and near the Letcher County border. Evarts High School, Evarts served the area from the Harlan City limits to the Virginia border
  • System, it runs east from U.S. Highway 421 in Harlan east via Brookside, Evarts Benito, Black Bottom, and Holmes Mill to the Virginia state line. In Virginia
  • seat, and east 3 miles 5 km to Evarts U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Ages, Kentucky Harlan County Jim Forte Postal
  • Harlan County, Kentucky United States. Black Bottom is located along Kentucky Route 38 7.2 miles 11.6 km east - northeast of Evarts Black Bottom