Lexington is the second-largest city in Kentucky and the 65th largest in the United States. Abraham Lincoln, Mary Lincoln, and Jefferson Davis all spent time in their respective youths in Lexington, although not necessarily at the same time.
Lexington in Southern VictoryEdit
Lexington was the home of Morton Goebel before the Great War. As the war loomed, he encouraged his cousin Clem to leave Covington and join him in Lexington since Covington was just across the river from the United States.