Jackson County Footprints
"In 1885, a Professor J F Brown of Berea College (Kentucky, USA) discovered a set of apparently human footprints among those of other creatures in a road cutting at Big Hill, Jackson County (also Kentucky). The deposit in which they were found was a limestone apparently dated to the Carboniferous Era . . ."
- Text from "Jackson County Footprints" (Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews)
Blog Posts and Articles
- "Jackson County Footprints" (Keith Fitzpatick-Matthews, 5/7/2007)
- "Footmarks in Kentucky" (A E Allen,The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal 7:39, 1885)