• Furnishings typical of a Kentucky farm house of the period.
The Rogers House was standing during the battle. Afterwards, the house and grounds were filled with wounded soldiers from both armies.
After the depot was established during World War II, the house served for many years as the depot commander’s home.
Its transfer from the federal government to the county was arranged by U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning, R-KY.
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