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GE Ham News By General Electric Tube Dept Owensboro KY
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This is a collection of the first 10 volumes of the GE Ham News. V1.1 May 1947 thru V10.6 December 1955.
Welcome Treehouse By Royce Nation
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The story of my childhood near Owensboro, KY, my tenure in the US Marine Corps, my career in broadcasting in Denver, my retirement in Mississippi and my world travels
Welcome Treehouse By Royce Nation
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The story of my childhood near Owensboro, KY, my tenure in the US Marine Corps, my career in broadcasting in Denver, my retirement in Mississippi and my world travels
Blue Angels Calendar By Warrena J. Barnerd
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Images were captured during the airshows in Evansville, Indiana in 2015 and Owensboro, Kentucky in 2018.
Kentucky Lynchings By TC Cottrell
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Genealogy research led the author to stories about lynchings near his home town in Kentucky. Further research uncovered two distant cousins who participated in hangings, one in a lynching and the... More > other on the jury of the last public hanging in the United States. The author's goal in revisiting this shameful period in our history is to bring together in one work the details of the lynchings in which his ancestors were involved and those that occurred near the locations where he was raised and spent the formative years of his youth. These include Warren, Logan, Daviess, and Mason Counties. Although none of the lynchings discussed occurred in the author's lifetime, they helped form the culture where he was raised and that culture became part of who he was and is today. It is the author's hope that in revisiting these events the hearts and souls of those filled with hate may soften and be replaced with love and tolerance of all regardless of their race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation.< Less
My Lashbrook-Taylor Lineage By TC Cottrell
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The author traces his Lashbrook ancestors back seven generations and his Taylor ancestors back through eight generations. William Lashbrooke, the author's 5th Great-grandfather who was born on 17... More > October 1717 in Meeth in Devon, England immigrated to the U.S. from Devonshire in 1738 as a bonded passenger/criminal on a ship named "Forward." Isaac Taylor, the author's 6th Great-grandfather who was born on 8 October 1710 in County Antrim, Northern Ireland immigrated to the U.S. from Ireland around 1741. Details on children and grandchildren are included when known. The author also includes facts about the times and places where they lived as well as weaving their life stories into local history when he believes it will add value. Details on living persons is limited or intentionally excluded. Extensive references are included as footnotes and an "all name" index lists each person along with page numbers where they are found.< Less
A World to Remember By Mark McDaniel
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Mark McDaniel is a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville. He spent two decades living as a Benedictine monk at Saint Meinrad Archabbey, in Southern Indiana. A World to Remember... More > recalls his childhood in Owensboro, Kentucky during the first decades after World War II, when racial segregation prevailed throughout the South and Americans lived under the shadow of the Cold War. The book also conjures up the political and social chaos of the 1960s and examines religious life behind the cloister of a Benedictine monastery during the exciting years of reform that followed the Second Vatican Council.< Less
A World to Remember By Mark McDaniel
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Mark McDaniel is a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville. He spent two decades living as a Benedictine monk at Saint Meinrad Archabbey, in Southern Indiana. A World to Remember... More > recalls his childhood in Owensboro, Kentucky during the first decades after World War II, when racial segregation prevailed throughout the South and Americans lived under the shadow of the Cold War. The book also conjures up the political and social chaos of the 1960s and examines religious life behind the cloister of a Benedictine monastery during the exciting years of reform that followed the Second Vatican Council.< Less
Selected Works By Gregg A. Schlanger
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This book is a catalogue of selected works by artist Gregg Schlanger. He works primarily in installations and community public art. Gregg’s work has been exhibited both nationally and... More > internationally. This includes a community public art commission for the City of Memphis, Tennessee, a community project for the City of Providence, Rhode Island and a commission for the public library in Owensboro, Kentucky. His work has been exhibited in Berlin, Erfurt, Potsdam and Jena, Germany. Gregg has also participated in exhibitions in New York, Illinois, Iowa, Nevada, California, North Carolina, Arkansas, Idaho, Oregon, Tennessee and Virginia. He has received many awards including Sponsorship by the New York Foundation for the Arts, Israel-Tennessee Visual Artist Exchange Project Fellowship, USIA Arts America Grant and New Forms Regional Initiative Grant from the NEA.< Less
The L&N Railroad In Kentucky As Seen through Postcards By Charles H. Bogart
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The Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N) was incorporated in 1850 to build a rail line from Louisville, Kentucky, south to Nashville, Tennessee. The railroad was completed in 1861 just in... More > time for the Civil War. L&N, unlike most southern lines, thanks to providing transportation for the Federal Army during the Civil War, survived the war with money available for expansion. Thus L&N acquired a number of southern railroads that would provide the L&N with track extending south from Louisville to Pensacola, Florida; Mobile, Alabama; and New Orleans, Louisiana. L&N’s Kentucky track was served by fifteen yards: Madisonville, Owensboro (Doyle), Bowling Green, Skilman, Louisville (Strawberry), Latonia, DeCoursey, Paris, Lexington, Winchester (Patio), Corbin, Ravenna, Hazard (Crawford), Loyall, and Harlan. Within the following pages we will journey over the L&N in Kentucky via postcards, but our journey routes will not always follow direct L&N train routing.< Less

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