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The Goodrich-Hippe Family of Woodford County, Kentucky By James Columbia
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A genealogical overview of the Goodrich-Hippe and related families of Woodford County, Kentucky. Other family names include Watts, Hackney, Mahan, Street, Carroll, Jones, Reynolds, Railsback,... More > Blizzard and Bradley. Additional locations include Owen, Henry, Bracken, Franklin and Anderson Counties.< Less
The Carter-Barnett Family of Woodford County, Kentucky By James R. Columbia
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A genealogical overview of the Carter-Barnett and related families of Woodford County, Kentucky. Other family names include Mosby, Yocum, Hammond, Searce, Maddox, Wells, and Whitaker. Additional... More > locations include Owen, Franklin and Anderson Counties.< Less
The Pioneer Boys of the Columbia or In the Wilderness of the Great Northwest By St. George Rathborne
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: St George Henry Rathborne (26 December 1854 - 16 December 1938),... More > who also wrote as Harrison Adams and many other names, was a prolific American author of boys' stories and dime novels. He is believed to have produced over 330 volumes of fiction in the course of a 60 year career. He had a strong proclivity for and obvious skill in producing outdoor adventure stories, and his best works fall within that category.Rathborne was born in Covington, Kentucky to Gorges Lowther Rathborne and Margaret H. Robertson Rathborne. He attended Woodward High School, Cincinnati, the oldest public high school in the United States. He married Jessie Fremont Conn in 1879, and with her had four children. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_George_Henry_Rathborne< Less
Dispatches From Ruggles By James R. Columbia
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600+ newspaper articles from the Historic Ruggles Camp Meeting in Lewis County, Kentucky, covering the period 1882-1922. Founded in 1873, Ruggles Camp & Retreat Center is the oldest United... More > Methodist Camp in Kentucky. It provides a unique ministry to churches of all denominations in Northeastern Kentucky. The annual Ruggles Camp Meeting celebrates its 142nd anniversary in July 2015. 434 pages.< Less
Genealogy Notes: The Goodrich-Hippe Family of Woodford County, KY By James R. Columbia
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A genealogical overview of the Goodrich-Hippe and related families of Woodford County, Kentucky. Other family names include Watts, Hackney, Mahan, Street, Carroll, Jones, Reynolds, Railsback,... More > Blizzard and Bradley. Additional locations include Owen, Henry, Bracken, Franklin and Anderson Counties.< Less
Old Settlers Reunion By James R. Columbia
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Newspaper reports from the annual homecoming for Mason, Lewis & Fleming Counties held at Historic Ruggles Campground in Lewis County, Kentucky.
Civil War Stories from the Buffalo Trace By James R. Columbia
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The Buffalo Trace area - Mason, Bracken, Fleming, Robertson & Lewis counties in northeastern Kentucky, and Adams, Brown & Clermont counties in southwestern Ohio - occupies a unique place in... More > Civil War history. On the borders of North & South, East and West, Slave & Free, Union & Confederate - emotions ran high in a conflict that became known as "The Brothers War," as families and communities chose sides. As we observe the 150th anniversary of the end of this armed conflict, it makes sense to reflect on how our ancestors thought and acted during this crucial time in our national history. Their involvement might surprise you. Over 650 contemporary articles from local and national newspapers illustrate this local history, and serve to remind us of our ancestors opinions, choices and sacrifices. 356 pages.< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the Kentucky Light Artillery Independent Battery B By John C. Rigdon
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The men of Battery or Hewitt’s Battery were recruited by Capt. Hewitt for infantry service, but as an artillery company was needed, it was drilled for that service, and was mustered as such by... More > Gen. Thomas October 8, 1861. At that early period of the war it was under Gen. Thomas, and was used in the parts of the state about Somerset, Columbia and toward Cumberland river. Technically this unit was the Kentucky 3rd Artillery Regiment, Company B, but it was generally known as an independent Battery. The career of this battery was most useful and honorable, beginning with Gen. Thomas, when he was contending with Zollicoffer’s forces in Eastern Kentucky, it faithfully obeyed every order and bravely discharged every duty it was called upon to perform for full three years of active field service. While the Battery was at Murfeesboro, the place was attacked by Forrest, and a part of the Federal forces, was captured. At this time Battery B lost two guns. The battery fired four hundred and ninety three rounds.< Less
My Calendar By Jonathan Hill
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2014 Nature Calendar. Nature photos taken by Jonathan Hill.
Rivermen of the Cumberland By Chris Bennett
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In need of adventure, and inspired by the explorations of Lewis and Clark, Chris Bennett made a plan to take his small fishing boat on an historic 460-mile journey down the Cumberland River. The trip... More > would begin in Creelsboro, Kentucky, just a few miles below Wolf Creek Dam, and take him through Nashville, Tennessee, and on past the Land Between the Lakes to the Ohio River. Says Chris, “I wanted to seek out new life, and new civilizations; I wanted to boldly go where no electrician, or used guitar salesman, had gone before…” In June of 2007, he recruited Neal "Action" Jackson, of Jamestown, Kentucky, and loaded up his trusty Bass Tracker to set out on the adventure of a lifetime. Part travelogue, part rural history, part high-seas adventure, Rivermen of the Cumberland is funny, inspiring, and insightful.< Less