For a map directing you to Lee County click here.
Area: 446 square miles
Formed in 1792 from Russell, and named for Henry (Light Horse Harry) Lee, Revolutionary soldier and Governor of
Virginia 1791-94. Daniel Boone's son was killed by Indians here.
Cumberland Gap, K-1, Rte. 58, at Cumberland Gap
Indian Mound, K-3, Rte. 58, 2 miles w. of Rose Hill
Colonial Fort, K-4, Rte. 58, at Rose Hill
Indian Massacre, K-5 Rte. 58, at Stickleyville
Hanging Rock, K-7, Rte. 58, .25 mile w. of Ewing
Doctor Still's Birthplace, K-8, Rte. 58, at w. entrance of Jonesville
Jonesville Methodist Camp Ground, K-9, Rte. 58, 1 mile w. of Jonesville
Jonesville, K-10, Rte. 58, at Jonesville
Death of Boone's Son, K-32, Rte. 58 and Rte. 684, 11 miles e. of Cumberland Gap
Death of Boone's Son, K-32, Rte. 58, 1 mile e. of Stickleyville
Donelson's Indian Line, KA-8, Rte. 23, 5 miles s. of Big Stone Gap
Seminary Methodist Church, X-24, Alt. Rte. 58, 5 miles s.w. of Big Stone Gap
Members of Congress, X-26, Alt. Rte. 58, 6 miles s.w. of Big Stone Gap
Pennington Gap, X-30, Alt. Rte. 58, at Pennington Gap
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