Historic Hanson, Kentucky

Historic Hanson, Kentucky, is often referred to as the Antiques and Art Center Of Western KY. The town has the true distinction of being the smallest historic district in Kentucky and has a thriving and recognized arts & antiques business community. What Hanson town lacks in size is more than made up for in character […]

The Wallace-Burke Historical Canyon Creek Milepost Tour

An interesting seven-mile driving tour can be taken from Wallace up Canyon Creek to the town of Burke. Mining claims were staked at Burke in 1884. The town of Burke was founded the following year. Burke is unique, having been listed twice in Ripley’s Believe It or Not and by being served by two railroads […]

More Historical Sites in Wallace, Idaho

Northern Pacific Depot is Wallace Focal Point The Northern Pacific Depot has been a focal point for many local activities. President Theodore Roosevelt arrived at the depot on May 26, 1903, for an official visit to the city. The President traveled a parade route to the city park in an open, horse-drawn carriage. The city […]