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Daniel Carter Beard House, 322  East Third Street, Covington, Kenton County, KY

Daniel Carter Beard House, 322 East Third Street, Covington, Kenton County, KY

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Summary

Significance: This was the boyhood home of Daniel Carter Beard, one of the key figures in the movement that lead to the founding of the Boy Scouts of America in 1910.
Survey number: HABS KY-164
Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000360

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
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Location

West Covington39.08934, -84.50549
Google Map of 39.08933700000001, -84.505487
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