The Lexington History Museum engages all people in the discovery and interpretation of the history of Lexington, Ky., and the Bluegrass Region.
This permanent exhibit presents a non-linear overview of Lexington's culture, commerce, agriculture, and history. Included is the only known portrait of Richard Henderson, a visionary who attempted to organize the 14th colony to be named Transylvania, and who employed Daniel Boone to survey the lands of Virginia and Tennessee west of the Alleghany Mountains.
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