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The Tuttle Family of Southeastern Kentucky By Charles Rice
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This is a genealogy on the Tuttle and Collins families of Southeastern Kentucky with details about family members and lots of pictures.
The Tuttle Family of Southeastern Kentucky By Charles Rice
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This is a genealogy on the Tuttle and Collins families of Southeastern Kentucky with details about family members and lots of pictures.
How To Draw Kentucky Animals By Emilee Arnold
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"How To Draw Kentucky Animals" is a basic guide to drawing some of the animals of Kentucky. You'll learn how to draw animals such as horses, cardinals, and bass in an easy-to-draw style.... More > You'll also learn a fun fact about the animal as you draw it.< Less
Over Yonder In Kentucky By Cory Ramsey
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Cory Ramsey has spent 2013 traveling Kentucky and looking for the best in small town life. Along the way, he's stumbled upon some of the most colorful place names in America. Here are just a few of... More > those that make up the Yonder in Kentucky. As featured on the Facebook page, Map Dot, Kentucky.< Less
The Story of Kentucky (Illustrated) By Rice S. Eubank
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This is a history of Kentucky from 1750 till the first half of the 20th century. The book was published in 1913 by the Owen Publishing Co.
2020 Kentucky Birds By Tammie Smith
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A 2020 calendar of Birds I have photographed around Kentucky Lake, located in Calvert City, KY
Memories of Kentucky 2 By Joseph Watkins
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Joseph Watkins was born in Perry County, Kentucky in 1951. When he was five years old his family, left the Appalachian Mountains that had been home for generations and moved to Cincinnati, Ohio,... More > where both parents took jobs in factories. They were part of the great migration. Joseph and his three brothers grew up in the city, but their hearts were always in the mountains of Kentucky. In this account Joseph tells of long summer visits with his grandparents in the Appalachian hills and hollows of Southeastern Kentucky, how he and his brothers and cousins explored caves and old mine shafts, swam in the West Fork of the Kentucky Rives and helped their mamaw clean mason jars for the canning of home grown vegetables. Joseph now lives in Independence, Kentucky with his wife Virginia and two dogs.< Less
Kentucky River Packets By Charles H. Bogart & William M. Ambrose
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The Kentucky River is formed in eastern Kentucky at Beattyville, where the North, Middle and South Forks join together. The river then flows 260 miles to the Ohio River at Carrolton. The river drains... More > much of the central region of the state. With the appearance of the early steamboats on the Kentucky River in the 1820s, the river became the primary artery for economic growth with trade with the lower south. This dominance lasted until the Civil War when the railroads surpassed the packetboats with freight traffic. After the war, river traffic shifted to towboats pushing barges of bulk commodities. However, steam packetboats, and later gasboats, continued to service the isolated river communities along the lower river until the Great Depression. In 1836-1842, the Commonwealth of Kentucky constructed five locks and dams, from Carrollton to Tyrone. These dams created pools of water which allowed year round “slackwater” navigation. The state operated these locks until after the Civil War.< Less
Lost Beauty: Kentucky's Shame By Grayson County Middle School Team Six
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A collection of student writings on their thoughts concerning the destructive process of mountain top removal coal mining in their home state of Kentucky
Lost Beauty: Kentucky's Shame By Grayson County Middle School Team Six
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A collection of student writings on their thoughts concerning the destructive process of mountain top removal coal mining in their home state of Kentucky

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