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The storm lasted for more than 30 minutes, laying crops low throughout the county.
Telephone lines were damaged and windows broken in the city and county by the hailstones.
By the early 1790s, Red Banks had a tavern and several European-American families along with the Cherokee.
It was located at the confluence of the Green and Ohio rivers.
Henderson hired Daniel Boone to survey the country and select favorable sites, but Henderson died before the town was developed.
The "great sleet" of 1901 fell for three weeks in February.
"Horses had to have special shoes to keep their footing on local roads." In 1908 the Henderson area had high temperatures and a drought, which markedly reduced the flow of the Ohio River.
A distinguishing characteristic of the new town plan was unusually wide streets, reportedly to prevent a fire in one block from easily spreading to another.