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The original Casey County settlers were led by a pioneer and war hero, Colonel William Casey in 1779-1780. Many of the pioneers following Casey were soldiers and veterans of the Revolutionary War. The party followed the path now known as Wilderness Trace, which was cleared by Daniel Boone in 1769.

The area now known as Liberty, situated at the headwaters of Green River, was a fertile land with rolling green hills. Rolling hills made way for dense forests that rose high out of the earth on flat-topped ridges. Settling this paradise wouldn’t come easy. Casey and his followers tested their luck trying to maintain themselves in the remote wilderness, 50 miles away from any white settlement. In the end, the pioneers succeeded in their quest. Liberty was officially established in 1806 and was named by the founding veterans, with patriotic sentiment. In 1807, Casey County was formed from the western part of Lincoln County and named for Colonel William Casey, who led them to victory. In 1808, Liberty became the county seat. Today, Liberty is a small town located in scenic south-central Kentucky. They are well known for the "World's Largest Apple Pie" which is prepared each year at the Casey County Apple Festival.

Casey County is home to a charming Amish and Mennonite community, located in South Fork. The community offers produce, furniture, and other handmade items. Many privately-owned seasonal businesses are open exclusively through the summer months. Liberty continues to grow and is as much sought after today as it was in Colonel William Casey’s time. Its ease of access, affordable and abundant real estate, and low cost of living attracts citizens from all over the world.

Our unique blend of rolling countrysides, wooded acreage, and active wildlife lend to unforgettable scenery: all of which is just a short drive from more metropolitan areas. Casey County is served by the Casey County School District. This consists of three K-6 elementary schools, one grade 7-8 middle school and one 9-12 high school which is also served by a KCCTS area technology center all in rural settings. Casey County also includes two private schools, an adult education center, a Campbellsville University campus and a Summerset Community College campus. Casey county is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the Kentucky beauty.

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