Historic church thrived after epidemics and illnesses

Trinity Episcopal Church, Danville, Kentucky. Courtesy Centre College.
Main Street, Danville, Kentucky, 1875. Trinity Episcopal Church is on the far left of the image. Courtesy Centre College.

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Writes about history. Author of four books, including the new “Murder on the Ohio Belle,” published by the University Press of Kentucky.

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Stuart W. Sanders

Stuart W. Sanders

Writes about history. Author of four books, including the new “Murder on the Ohio Belle,” published by the University Press of Kentucky.

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