KENTUCKY'S NATIONAL PARKS PASSPORT CANCELLATION STAMPS



Here is a list with illustrations of the Passport Cancellation Stamps for Kentucky's national parks and historic sites and other national parks sites and federal/national areas. Some bonus stamps from these sites are also exhibited.

 

 


NPS Sites Passport Stamps

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park
(Formerly Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site)
Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area
(in Kentucky and Tennessee)
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
(in Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia)
Mammoth Cave National Park
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail

 

Bonus Stamps & Other Federal/National Sites Passport Stamps

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
Daniel Boone National Forest
[Administered by the U. S. Forest Service]
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area
[Administered by the U. S. Forest Service]
(in Kentucky & Tennessee)
Mammoth Cave National Park
Red River Gorge Geological Area
[Administered by the U. S. Forest Service]


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