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September 25, 2012 11:39 AM

Tom Eblen: Henry Clay Estate commemorates Battle of Ashland

Lexington played a central role in the lives of leaders on both sides of the Civil War. Union and Confederate troops each occupied the city. Yet, there was only one significant military engagement in Fayette County, and some aspects of it were almost comical.

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