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Oakland, Kentucky - Wikipedia


Oakland is a 6th-class city in Warren County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population ... The racial makeup of the city was 88.08% White, 11.54% African American, and 0.38% from two or more r...

City of Oakland Officials - Barren River Area Development District


City of Oakland. P.O. Box 122. Oakland, KY 42159. Mayor - Timothy E Hunt. Phone: 270.202.9106. Fax: E-Mail: mayor.oakland@gmail.com. Website: ...

Oakland, Kentucky (KY 42159, 42171) profile: population, maps ...


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DAV : Disabled American Veterans Charity - FIND, DONATE, JOIN ...


Donate to the DAV, Find a DAV Office or Volunteer to Help Veterans and the Disabled American Veterans Charity.

All Zip Codes in Oakland KY


City of Oakland, KY - WARREN County Kentucky ZIP Codes. Detailed information ... Area Code Database Get all Area Codes and NXX data for North America.

Documenting the Historic Town of Oakland, KY Circa 1859 and ...


Aug 31, 2016 ... The timeless and historic railroad town of Oakland, KY has a serene ... Seminole War, Mexican- American War, and the American Civil War.

Notable Kentucky African Americans - African American Schools in ...


Other communities with colored schools were Sunnyside, Freeport, and Oakland [see NKAA entry African American Communities in Warren County, KY]. In the ...

Oakland, Kentucky Current Local Time and Time Zone


Current local time in Oakland, Kentucky with information about Oakland, Kentucky time zones and daylight saving time.

21 acres in Warren County, Kentucky - Lands of America


View photos, maps, and details of 0 Polksville Rd, Oakland, Kentucky, and contact seller on LandsofAmerica.com. Find nearby land, ranches, & farms for sale.

Notable Kentucky African Americans - Undertakers, Cemeteries ...


Sunnyside, Freeport, and Oakland were three African American communities in Warren County, KY, developed after the Civil War. In 2001, the city of Oakland ...