ⓘ Uniontown, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Uniontown, Kentucky

Uniontown is a home rule-class city in Union County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 1.064 at the 2000 census. The name derives from the fact that the city was formed by merging the towns of Francisburg and Locust Port. The John T. Myers Locks and Dam, once known as Uniontown Locks and Dam, is located downriver 3½ miles.

                                     
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  • downstream of Pittsburgh about 3 miles 4.8 km downstream from Uniontown Kentucky There are two locks, one for commercial barge traffic that is 1
  • variant of the Mississippian culture. Slack Farm is located near Uniontown Kentucky close to the confluence of the Ohio River and the Wabash Rivers.
  • to the Uniontown Ferry on the Ohio River in Uniontown via Morganfield. The entire route is in Union County. Official DMI Route Log Kentucky Transportation
  • Kentucky. The highway connects mostly rural areas of Union County with Uniontown KY 360 begins at an intersection with KY 56 east - northeast of Spring
  • in Sullivan to KY 130 southeast of Uniontown The entire route is in Union County. Official DMI Route Log Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Retrieved
  • and Uniontown The county has one public middle school and one public high school, Union County High School. Located near Morganfield, Kentucky it is
  • district serving Union County, Kentucky Communities served by the school district include Morganfield, Sturgis, Sullivan, Uniontown Waverly and surrounding
  • casket was carried on the U.S. gunboat Peacock up the Ohio River to Uniontown Kentucky under an order of truce with an escort of six Union soldiers and
  • operated against guerrillas in Kentucky until October 3, 1862. Part of the regiment was engaged at Uniontown Kentucky on September 1, 1862. Company K