Augusta, Kentucky is in Bracken County and sits on the southern bank of the Ohio River and was was founded by Philip Buckner in 1786 as a trading post along the river.
Actually, the city was named after Augusta County, Virginia. The county seat is believed to have first been in Augusta before it was removed to Oxford, then back again to Augusta. Finally, in 1839, it was removed to Brooksville.
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