Kentucky

November 27, 2011 12:00 AM

Restoring Shakertown was journey of passion, luck, money and a lot of work

Fifty years ago, an enterprising and determined group of Kentuckians set out to save Shakertown, the Mercer County village that had been the home of a unique religious order, in a project that proved to be anything but simple or free.

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