Kentucky Explorer Index: Volume 10


For over ten years each issue of The Kentucky Explorer (now 103 issues) has been packed full of all types of interesting things about Kentucky. Currently we are working on an index for all eleven volumes. As we complete them we will share them with our readers. Just to give our web visitors an idea of some of the topics covered in our magazine, here is part of the topic index for Volume Ten. However, when completed the index will be much larger.
Partial Index For Volume Ten

Archaelogy

Ancient Cultures, Barren County, May 95:80
Dating Remains, June 95:36
Humanlike Footprints, Berea, Oct 95:17
Prehistoric Times, Jan 96:21

Asher, Dillion, June 95:28
Ballad of Cumberland Gap, Article, Oct 95:63
Ballads

As I Walked Out, Aug 95:82
Charming Beauty Bright, Oct 95:102
Come All You Young and Handsome Girls, Feb 96:84
Fanny Blair, Nov 95:102
No, Sir, No, Mar 96:78
Pretty Polly, May 95:98
Sporting Bachelors, June 95:70
Swapping Song, The, Apr 96:80
Young Edward, Jan 96:104

Baker, William, Hanging of, Clay County, Apr 96:60
Bardstown, June 95:20; Nov 95:50
Barkley, Alben W., Mar 96:18
Barn Dances, June 95:79
Barnes, Rev. George O., June 95:58; Apr 96:71
Barrens, Visit to the, Nov 95:74
Barton, Mantuwitt, Oct 95:94
Basketball, Morgan Co., June 95:66
Big Sandy River, June 95:11
Black Hoof, June 95:7
Blacksmith Shop, Feb 96:63
Boles, Samuel Harper, May 95:93
Books for Sale, May 95:107; June 95:108; Sep 95:108; Aug 95:108; Oct 95:108; Nov 95:97
Boone, Daniel

Explorer, May 95:54
Knife, Nov 95:44

Boonesborough, First Settlement, Mar 96:66
Bowling Green Cave Mill, Sep 95:38
Bridge, Covington-Cincinnati, Nov 95:60
Brooms, Homemade , Sep 95:21
Brown, Gov. John Young, Oct 95:45
Buena Vista, Battle of, Sep 95:22
Burgoo, Kentucky Dish, Apr 96:51
California Joe, Feb 96:70
Cane Ridge, Feb 96:75
Cardinal, State Bird, Mar 96:24
Cattle Drives, May 95:51
Caves, Great Pine Mountain, Letcher County, Apr 96:36
Celebrities

Ali, Muhammad, Apr 96:14
Beatty, Ned, Nov 95:95
Clooney Family, Mar 96:62
Clooney, George, Nov 95:95
Davis, Roger, Nov 95:95
Depp, Johnny, Nov 95:95
Dunne, Irene, Feb 96:102
Galloway, Don, Nov 95:96
Grassle, Karen, Nov 95:96
Griffith, D. W., Aug 95:53
Jenkins, Ken, Nov 95:96
Kennedy, Tom, Nov 95:96
Kercheval, Ken, Nov 95:96
Kirby, Durward, Nov 95:96
Lake, Arthur, Nov 95:97
Landon, Michael, Nov 95:97
Majors, Lee, Nov 95:97
Monroe, Marilyn, May 95:18
Neal, Patricia, Oct 95:27
Nutt, Grady, Jan 96:102
McKinney, Kurt, Jan 96:102
Mature, Victor, June 95:62
Montgomery, Elizabeth, Jan 96:102
Overbey, Kellie, Jan 96:102
Potts, Annie, Jan 96:102
Presley, Elvis, Sep 95:40
Pressman, Lawrence, Jan 96:103
Price, Kenny, Jan 96:103
Randolph, Amanda, Jan 96:103
Reeves, George, Jan 96:103
Rutherford, Kelly, Jan 96:103
Ryan, Edmon, Jan 96:103

Cemeteries & Monuments

Civil War Monument, Munfordville, Jan 96:84
Confederate Monument, Louisville, Aug 95:85
Dayton, Ky.,Cemetery, Jan 96:47
Elizabethtown Cemetery, May 95:12
Hensley, Sep 95:98
Huff Cemetery, June 95:92
Maplewood Cemetery, Wooldridge Monuments, Nov 95:12
Meade County Cemetery, May 95:17
Monument to Unknown CSA Soldier, May 95:6
Smith, Col. Robert, Sep 95:53
Spring Hill Cemetery Oct 95:100
Old Fort Harrod Cemetery, Feb 96:10
Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Frankfort, Jan 96:81

Chronicles of a Kentucky Settlement, Novel, Nov 95:53
Circus, June 95:14; Mar 96:73
Civil War

Between Battles, June 95:30
Cobb's Battery, Apr 96:32
Gravestones Placed for John & Alfred Amis, Oct 95:107
Kentuckians Buried in Beaufort, SC, Nov 95:5
Louisville, Fear of Invasion, Sep 95:55
Memorable Experiences, Jan 96:66
Memories of Grandpa, Jan 96:67
Muhlenberg Veterans, Oct 95:23
Munfordville, Battle of, Jan 96:82
Slate Riffle Hill, Feb 96:46
Smith, Daniel Lunksford, Jan 96:88
Tribute to Veterans, Sep 95:30

Classifieds, May 95:109; June 95:109; Sep 95:110; Aug 95:109; Oct 95:110; Nov 95:110
Clay, Henry, Death of, May 95:102
COAL INDUSTRY

Big Business, Aug 95:34
Coal Camp, Life in a, Mar 96:33
Deep Mine, Fear of, Mar 96:17
Mining Town Life, 1896, Oct 95:15
Ohio County, Aug 95:67
Scrip, Feb 96:28
Stools from Slave Mine, Pulaski County, Apr 96:35

Cole Taverns, Woodford County, Oct 95:68
Columbus (city), Sep 95:17
Cornbread, Aug 95:49
Corn Stalk Fiddle, June 95:68
County Map, 1800, May 95:83
Court Day, May 95:58
COURTHOUSES

Adair County, June 95:35
Butler County, Jan 96:2
Carlisle County, Feb 96:30
Graves County, Mar 96:16
Hickman County, Sep 95:16
Livingston County, Oct 95:39
Ohio County, May 95:26
Robertson County, Nov 95:48
Trigg County, Aug 95:33
Union County, Apr 96:26

Courtroom Happenings, Feb 96:55
Courtship, Sep 95:66
Covered Bridges, Sep 95:12
Covington, May 95:8; June 95:24
Cumberland River Falls, Oct 95:18
Cyclone, 1890 Louisville, Jan 96:54
Desha, Isaac, June 95:46
Dinner Bell, Memories of, Apr 96:35
Doctors, Old-Time, Sep 95:78
Earthquake, 1811, Apr 96:16
Elections in 1920's, Oct 95:80
Electricity, Life Before, Nov 95:26
Emigration, 1780's, Nov 95:44
Eskippakithiki, June 95:6
Estill Springs, June 95:18
Facts About Kentucky, Aug 95:103
Fayette County Courthouse Fire, May 95:31
Ferguson, Champe, Mar 96:29
Ferries and Fords, Apr 96:58
Flat-Boats, Aug 95:28
Flood, 1937 Paducah, Feb 96:35
Folk Songs, June 95:72
FOLK TALES

Big Pat and the Devil, Aug 95:62
Days Before Welfare, Feb 96:20
End of a Coon Dog, Mar 96:32
Execution of Little Trixie, Jan 96:28
Fishing Fever, May 95:73
Ghost, Haunting of Covington Home, Mar 96:50
Jealous Ghost, Nov 95:14
Yellowjackets Ruin a Dance, Apr 96:50

Forests, Sep 95:62
Fort Jefferson, Apr 96:69
Foster, Stephen C., May 95:52
Frankfort, Oct 95:58; Jan 96:12
Franklin Seminary, Feb 96:108
French-Eversole Feud, Feb 96:38
Garfield, James A., Aug 95:11
Garrard County, History of, Mar 96:12
Gath, Feb 96:78
Geese, Flight of, Jan 96:53
GENEALOGY

Abney, Aug 95:87
Adams, Nov 95:90
Adkins, May 95:88; June 95:87
Akers, May 95:85, 89
Alcorn, Nov 95:90
Alfrey, (photo) Oct 95:91
Allen, Sep 95:88; (photo) Oct 95:92
Alvey, June 95:86
Anderson, June 95:84
Angel, Sep 95:90
Arkanoff, (photo), June 95:87
Arnold, Nov 95:89, 93
Arrowood, (photo), June 95:85
Ashbrook, Nov 95:93
Asher, May 95:84; Nov 95:86
Ashley, May 95:89, June 95:84
Athington, May 95:83
Atkinson, Oct 95:85
Atnip
Bailey, Aug 95:86
Baker, May 95:91; June 95:85
Baldwin, June 95:85
Ball, (photo) Aug 95:89
Ballard, Aug 95:88; (photo), Sep 95:92
Barger, Aug 95:87
Barnes, Sep 95:87
Barnett, May 95:89; June 95:88; (photo) Aug 95:88; Sep 95:86, 93; Nov 95:89
Barton, (photo) Oct 95:93
Baxters, Sep 95:96
Beall, Aug 95:96
Bedford, May 95:94; Sep 95:94; Nov 95:98
Bedinger, Oct 95:96
Belcher, May 95:91; Oct 95:92; Nov 95:86
Bell, May 95:87, 94; June 95:91; Nov 95:90
Bellis, June 95:84
Benge, Oct 95:84
Bentley, May 95:89
Berry, Oct 95:93
Bevins, Aug 95:90
Biermann, May 95:88
Bird, Sep 95:86
Bland, Oct 95:97
Blankenship, Sep 95:90
Blevins, May 95:88
Bolin, Oct 95:91
Bolling, Sep 95:83
Bonham, Oct 95:93
Boon, Nov 95:91
Boone, May 95:87; Nov 95:90, 91
Bowling, Oct 95:92; Nov 95:92
Bowman, May 95:95; Sep 95:94
Bozarth, Oct 95:91
Bradley, June 95:86; Aug 95:87; Sep 95:85
Brandon, May 95:92
Branson, Oct 95:87
Brashear, May 95:91
Bratcher, Nov 95:91
Brewer, May 95:91; Aug 95:89; Sep 95:91
Brim, Oct 95:89
Brinegar, Sep 95:88
Britton, Oct 95:90
Brock, June 95:88
Brown, May 95:92; Aug 95:88, 90; Sep 95:94
Browning, June 95:84
Brummett, Sep 95:93
Bryan, Aug 95:91
Bryant, May 95:92; Aug 95:91, 92; Nov 95:93
Buchanan, Nov 95:92
Buckner, June 95:87
Bullock, Aug 95:92
Burgess, May 95:94
Burkhart, June 95:88
Burnett, Aug 95:88; Oct 95:87
Burris, Oct 95:90
Bush, Sep 95:94
Butcher, Sep 95:87
Butler, Sep 95:91
Butner, Aug 95:87
Caldwell, May 95:89; June 95:90; Oct 95:92
Callahan, (photo) Nov 95:86
Campbell, Sep 95:96; Oct 95:87
Carnes, Nov 95:93
Carrico, May 95:91
Carson, Oct 95:92
Carter, May 95:84; Aug 95:87, 89
Cash, Sep 95:90
Caudill, Sep 95:91; Nov 95:90
Chadwell, Sep 95:89
Chambers, (photo), May 95:89
Chaney, May 95:85
Cherry, May 95:85
Chism, Sep 95:90
Clark, May 95:92; June 95:85; Nov 95:93
Clay, Aug 95:86
Clemons, May 95:85
Clifton, Nov 95:93
Coblin, Oct 95:93
Cock, (photo)Nov 95:88
Coleman, Nov 95:88
Collett, June 95:83
Colson, Aug 95:90
Combs, Sep 95:93; Oct 95:87, 90; Aug 95:92
Compton, May 95:90; June 95:90
Conley, Sep 95:89; Aug 95:91
Connelly, Sep 95:89; Nov 95:89
Conway, Sep 95:109
Coots, May 95:88; Sep 95:94
Cottle, Nov 95:90
Cotton, Aug 95:89
Cottrell, May 95:90; Oct 95:88
Courtney, June 95:88
Cowans, Sep 95:92
Cowden, Sep 95:91
Cox, May 95:90; (photo), June 95:88
Crabtree, June 95:88
Craft, May 95:92; Oct 95:84
Crawford, May 95:91; Sep 95:86; Aug 95:96
Creech, Sep 95:88; Aug 95:92
Creighton, Aug 95:86
Crews, May 95:85; Oct 95:92
Critchfield, Sep 95:90
Crouch, Aug 95:87
Cruse, May 95:85; Oct 95:92
Crutchfield, Sep 95:90
Cunningham, Oct 95:90
Curtis, May 95:92
Damron, May 95:89
Daniel, May 95:91
Davis, June 95:85; Aug 95:86, 90 (photo); Sep 95:95; Oct 95:92; Nov 95:91
Dawson, May 95:87; Sep 95:88; (photo)Nov 95:94
Dean, Sep 95:88
Dearing, Sep 95:95
Denison, Oct 95:89
Dennison, Oct 95:89
Denton, Oct 95:92
Doerhoefer, June 95:86
Doris, Nov 95:89
Dotson, Sep 95:87; Oct 95:90, 93
Doyle, June 95:83
Drane, May 95:84
Duff, Aug 95:89; Sep 95:85
Dunbar, May 95:86; June 95:86
Dupee, Sep 95:86
Dupuy, Sep 95:86
Durbin, May 95:91
Durham, (photo)Aug 95:84, (photo) 91; (photo)Oct 95:90
Duty, Sep 95:93
Eades, June 95:88
Eckle, May 95:92
Edrington, May 95:89
Edwards, Sep 95:93; Oct 95:97
Eledge, May 95:86
Elkins, May 95:88
Elliott, Oct 95:92; Nov 95:91
Elrod, May 95:84
Ely, Nov 95:90
Eversole, Nov 95:86
Ewing, Aug 95:96; Nov 95:92, 98
Fannin, Aug 95:86
Faulkner, June 95:88
Ferguson, May 95:85
Fielder, June 95:87
Finney, May 95:84
Fleming, (photo) Aug 95:92
Fletcher, (photo), May 95:87
Floyd, Sep 95:91
Forbish, June 95:83
Ford, May 95:84
French, June 95:85
Frisch, May 95:92
Fuller, June 95:87
Fuqua, Oct 95:89
Gabbard, Aug 95:90
Galt, May 95:90
Garrard, Sep 95:85
Gast, Oct 95:87
Gaunt, June 95:83
Gay, Sep 95:89
Gibbs, May 95:85
Gibson, Aug 95:96
Gilbert, Oct 95:90
Gill, Sep 95:86
Gilpen, June 95:88
Gist, Sep 95:91
Glore, Sep 95:89
Gobin, Nov 95:89
Goby, June 95:85
Goff, June 95:85; Sep 95:88
Golden, (photo), May 95:84
Goldsmith, Sep 95:92
Goley, June 95:85
Goodman, Sep 95:92
Goodridge, Oct 95:89
Goodwin, Aug 95:90
Gott, June 95:87; Oct 95:92; Nov 95:91
Graddy, May 95:86
Grady, May 95:86
Graten, Nov 95:90
Graves, Sep 95:86
Gray, Sep 95:85
Greenwade, May 95:87
Griffey, Aug 95:91
Grizzel, Sep 95:94; Aug 95:90
Grubbs, Sep 95:88; Nov 95:99
Gudgel, Aug 95:91
Guess, Oct 95:91
Haden, Aug 95:91
Halcomb, Aug 95:92
Hall, Sep 95:89; Oct 95:89; Aug 95:90, 92
Ham, Aug 95:90
Hamilton, June 95:83; Oct 95:87, 91
Hamm, Aug 95:90
Hampton, May 95:87
Handy, Aug 95:91
Hardin, Aug 95:89
Harlow, Oct 95:87
Harris, Oct 95:88, 90, 93
Harrison, Nov 95:89, 90, 91
Hatfield, May 95:89, 90
Hatters, Nov 95:93
Hetters, Nov 95:93
Hatton, May 95:91
Hawley, Nov 95:90
Hayes, May 95:90; Sep 95:90
Haynes, May 95:94
Hays, May 95:90; Sep 95:90, 91
Hellard, (photo) Aug 95:87
Helphenstine, June 95:83
Helton, May 95:89; Sep 95:88, 93; Nov 95:90
Hensley, June 95:86; Sep 95:86; Oct 95:90; Nov 95:88
Hicks, May 95:90; Nov 95:90
Higdon, June 95:86
Hill, May 95:84, 86; Sep 95:86
Hilton, Nov 95:90
Hitchcock, Aug 95:92
Hite, Oct 95:95
Hobbs, Sep 95:85
Hogue, Nov 95:98
Holcomb, Sep 95:95
Holland, Aug 95:89
Hollingsworth, June 95:83
Hollon, May 95:87, 88; June 95:83; Aug 95:89; Oct 95:88
Hood, Sep 95:90
Hounshell, Aug 95:91
Howell, Sep 95:89
Hudson, Sep 95:91
Huff, Oct 95:92; (photo)Nov 95:89
Hughes, Aug 95:87; Nov 95:89
Hutton, Sep 95:95
Ingram, Sep 95:94
Jackson, May 95:88; Oct 95:92
James, June 95:83
Johnson, May 95:89; June 95:84, 87; Aug 95:88, 91; Sep 95:92; Oct 95:93; Nov 95:92, 98, 99
Jones, Aug 95:88; (photo), Sep 95:90; Nov 95:89
Jordan, Aug 95:88
Joseph, June:95:82; Aug 95:88
Jump, Sep 95:85
Justice, Oct 95:87
Keene, Sep 95:85
Kidd, May 95:87
Kinslow, Sep 95:94
Kitchen, Oct 95:90
Kite, Aug 95:86
Lambert, Aug 95:88; Sep 95:86
Langwell, Aug 95:92
Lawson, Nov 95:88, 92
Layne, Oct 95:89
Leadenham, May 95:84
Leadingham, May 95:84
Lee, Aug 95:92
Leet, Oct 95:89
Lenox, Sep 95:91
Lewis, May 95:82; June 95:81, 90; Sep 95:87; Nov 95:89
Little, May 95:86; Oct 95:89;Aug 95:91
Llewellyn, Sep 95:86; Aug 95:96
Lloyd, June 95:85
Long, Aug 95:96; Oct 95:91; Nov 95:91
Lord, Oct 95:87
Lothery, May 95:92
Louellen, Aug 95:96
Lovette, (photo), May 95:90
Lowe, June 95:84; (photo), Sep 95:85
Lowrey, Sep 95:86
Lowry, Oct 95:91
Lunsford, Aug 95:92
Lykins, Oct 95:90
McChesney, Sep 95:89
McClure, Sep 95:93; Oct 95:88
McConnell, Aug 95:87
McCormick, Sep 95:88
McDaniel, Sep 95:82
McDowell, May 95:91, June 95:84
McGowan, Nov 95:92
McIntosh, Nov 95:89
McKay, May 95:90
McKinley, May 95:90
McKinney, Aug 95:89
McMahan, Nov 95:90
McPherson, Aug 95:89
McQueen, Nov 95:89
McQuinn, Oct 95:88
McQuire, Aug 95:91
Maes, Sep 95:92
Magill, Aug 95:91
Maloney, May 95:85
Mann, May 95:92
Mannen, June 95:84
Mansfield, Oct 95:89
Markham, Oct 95:95
Martin, Oct 95:93
Mason, Aug 95:92
Matingly, Sep 95:92
Matinly, Sep 95:92
Mattingly, Sep 95:92
Maxfield, Sep 95:95
May, Oct 95:96
Meade, May 95:88
Means, May 95:85
Meenach, Sep 95:86
Merrill, Sep 95:91; Aug 95:95
Metcalf, Oct 95:92
Middleton, Nov 95:91
Miller, Sep 95:87
Minors, Nov 95:93
Minton, Aug 95:91
Miser, Aug 95:89
Montgomery, Sep 95:93
Moore, Aug 95:87; Sep 95:88, 90
Morgan, May 95:90; Sep 95:88; Aug 95:90
Moses, Nov 95:93
Mosley, Aug 95:86
Moss, Nov 95:99
Mullen, June 95:85
Mullins, June 95:85; Nov 95:89
Murrell, Sep 95:91Nantz, Oct 95:93
Newcomb, Nov 95:91
Newell, Sep 95:85
Newman, Nov 95:89
Newnam, Nov 95:89
Newsome, Sep 95:87
Nicholson, Nov 95:85
Norfleet, Aug 95:91
Norman, June 95:90; Sep 95:90
Oder, Sep 95:89
Oliver, Sep 95:94; Aug 95:90; (photo)Nov 95:90
Olliver, Sep 95:89
Osborne, Nov 95:91
Owens, May 95:85, 90; Sep 95:85, 86
Pape, May 95:88
Park, Aug 95:02
Parker, Oct 95:91
Parkey, Oct 95:91
Partin, Aug 95:92
Patrick, May 95:86
Patton, May 95:92; Sep 95:88
Payne, June 95:91; Sep 95:94; Nov 95:91
Pendergrass, Aug 95:90
Perkins, Sep 95:96; Nov 95:88
Perry, May 95:86
Petty, Oct 95:91
Peyton, Sep 95:86
Phelps, May 95:94
Pigman, Sep 95:88
Pike, June 95:88
Ping, Aug 95:92
Pittman, Sep 95:86
Plumer, Oct 95:93
Potter, June 95:83
Powell, June 95:84; Sep 95:87
Prater, June 95:86
Pratt, Nov 95:88
Preston, Aug 95:93; Nov 95:6
Prewitt, Aug 95:90
Price, Oct 95:95; Nov 95:89
Proctor, Oct 95:90
Provine, May 95:95
Puckett, (photo)Nov 95:85
Quillen, Nov 95:93
Rader, (photo)Nov 95:91, 92
Raison, June 95:87
Rankin, June 95:85
Ratcliffe, Nov 95:88
Ratliff, May 95:83; Nov 95:88
Rawlins, June 95:86
Ray, May 95:87
Readeren, June 95:83
Rearden, Oct 95:87
Redmond, Nov 95:93
Reeder, May 95:91
Renbarger, May 95:85
Reynolds, Aug 95:87
Rhoads, Sep 95:90
Richmond, Sep 95:92
Riddle, Oct 95:91
Riehle, June 95:86
Roat, Aug 95:85
Roberts, Sep 95:86
Robertson, Oct 95:89
Robinson, Sep 95:88; Oct 95:89; (photo)Aug 95:97
Rodes, Sep 95:96
Rodgers, June 95:90
Roe, Sep 95:85
Rogers, May 95:86; Sep 95:96; Oct 95:92, 95
Rollins, Sep 95:87
Rose, June 95:86
Rosell, Sep 95:89
Ross, Sep 95:90, 93
Rowe, Sep 95:85
Roy, Aug 95:92; Nov 95:92
Russell, May 95:85, 88
Sams, May 95:90
Sanders, June 95:87
Sandlin, June 95:84
Sandusky, Nov 95:92
Saylor, Sep 95:86
Scanlin, June 95:84
Schoolcraft, Aug 95:84
Schott, Sep 95:88
Sedgwick, May 95:91
Sexton, Oct 95:88
Shearer, Sep 95:95
Shell, May 95:88
Shelton, Oct 95:95
Shepherd, Sep 95:94
Shockey, Oct 95:88
Short, Aug 95:88; Sep 95:86, 91; (photo)Nov 95:93
Simms, May 95:88
Simpkins, May 95:87; Sep 95:91
Simpson, June 95:84; Aug 95:89
Sizemore, Sep 95:92; Oct 95:87
Skaggs, June 95:88
Skiles, Aug 95:91
Sloan, Aug 95:86
Smith, (photo), May 95:86, 91; Sep 95:89, 95; Oct 95:88, 89; Aug 95:95
Snodgrass, Sep 95:91
Southern, Oct 95:93
Southwood, June 95:85
Sparks, May 95:92; Nov 95:91
Speakman, Aug 95:89
Spencer, May 95:85; June 95:83
Spivey, Nov 95:85
Spratt, May 95:91; June 95:85; Sep 95:88
Sprinkle, Aug 95:87
Stamper, June 95:88
Stansbury, Sep 95:88
Steele, Nov 95:99
Stephens, Oct 95:89; Aug 95:92
Stephenson, June 95:85
Stevens, Sep 95:87
Steward, Oct 95:90
Stewart, Oct 95:90; Nov 95:91
Stoker, Sep 95:87
Strand, Nov 95:86
Summers, Nov 95:90
Swango, May 95:85
Switzer, May 95:91
Sympson, May 95:91; (photo), June 95:87
Tackett, May 95:89, 90; Oct 95:87
Tallison, Nov 95:88
Tarrance, Sep 95:85
Taulbee, Nov 95:88
Taylor, Aug 95:95
Tedder, Aug 95:88
Thacker, May 95:89
Tharp, Sep 95:95
Thatcher, May 95:89
Thomas, Oct 95:90; Nov 95:88
Thompson, May 95:94; Sep 95:90; Aug 95:92
Thurman, May 95:86
Todhunter, Nov 95:99
Toler, May 95:89
Tolles, Aug 95:91
Tollison, Nov 95:88
Tomason, Nov 95:88
Torrance, Sep 95:85
Totty, Aug 95:87
Towles, May 95:90
Triplett, Aug 95:87
Tucker, May 95:90
Turner, (photo), May 95:92; (photo) Aug 95:86; Sep 95:91
Tyree, May 95:87
Unknown Photos, May 95:85, 88, 91; Aug 95:94; Oct 95:95
Vanover, May 95:84; June 95:82
Vaught, Oct 95:84
Venerable, June 95:85
Vincent, Sep 95:94
Wainscott, Aug 95:89
Walden, June 95:86
Walker, June 95:88, Oct 95:90; (photo)Nov 95:92
Waller, Sep 95:95
Wallin, June 95:86
Walls, June 95:86
Ward, Sep 95:89; Nov 95:98
Warner, Sep 95:91
Warrix, Sep 95:87
Waters, Aug 95:92
Watson, Sep 95:89
Watts, Oct 95:89
Webb, Aug 95:92
Wells, Aug 95:88
White, Aug 95:85; Sep 95:85, 88; Aug 95:90
Whitehead, Aug 95:86
Wiggins, May 95:87
Wight, Nov 95:98
Williams, May 95:86; (photo), June 95:87; Aug 95:87; Nov 95:89
Wilson, Sep 95:91; Oct 95:93
Winn, May 95:94; Sep 95:94
Wireman, May 95:85
Witt, Aug 95:87, 91
Wood, Nov 95:90
Woodall, Nov 95:89
Woodrum, Nov 95:92
Wooldridge, May 95:84
Woosley, (photo) Nov 95:4
Worthington, Sep 95:89
Wright, Oct 95:92
Wyatt, Oct 95:97; Nov 95:85
Wynn, (photo), Sep 95:88
Young, May 95:92; Sep 95:91, 95; Oct 95:96; Nov 95:93
Zackery, Nov 95:92

Ginseng Nursery, Oct 95:54
Grant, Gen. Ulysses S., Visit to Louisville, Oct 95:24
Graves County, May 95:15
Gray, James Daniel, Feb 96:48
Green County Murders, May 95:60
Greenup, Gov. Christopher, June 95:61
Guerrant, Rev. Edward O., Sep 95:26
Hannah, Elder Samuel, Baptist Church Organizer, Nov 95:79
Hardin Family, Apr 96:46
Harris, Matilda Napier, Memories of, Mar 96:102
Harrod, James, Nov 95:43
Heady, James Morrison, Apr 96:27
Hemp Fields, Apr 96:45
Hickman (city), Nov 95:37
Highway 90, Views Along Route, Oct 95:19
HISTORICAL MARKERS

Bowie, James, June 95:29
Bowling Green College of Commerce, Sep 95:11
Bulitt's Lick, Jan 96:19
Cartwright's Station, Aug 95:25
Cedar House, June 95:29
Clark's Station, Aug 95:25
Danville Log Courthouse, March 96:10
Goebel, William, Nov 95:10
Inspiration Mountain, Jan 96:19
Jackson-Dickinson Duel, Sep 95:11
Knob Creek Farm, May 95:20
L & N Bridge Destroyed During Civil War, Oct 95:14
Lincoln's First School, May 95:20
Lynch, March 96:10
Morgan, Gen. J. H., Civil War Raids, Oct 95:14
Phillip's Fort, Apr 96:20
Rowan County "War", Feb 96:18
Walters, John, Grave of, Apr 96:20

Historical Societies, May 95:106; June 95:106; Sep 95:106; Aug 95:106; Nov 95:106
Hog Killings, Nov 95:45; Feb 96:31
Hunting 'Coons, Oct 95:36
Indian Battles, Nov 95:36
INDIAN CONFLICTS

Attacks on Settlers, May 95:44
Benge, Bob, Aug 95:71
Coop's Run Attack, Jan 96:68
Higgins' Block House, Attack on, Mar 96:51
Massacre Near Bellview, Sep 95:72
Murder of Mary Saunders, Oct 95:7
Threats to Early Settlers, Sep 95:7

Indian Heritage, Aug 95:99
Indian Hunting Grounds, Feb 96:58
Indian Mounds, Jan 96:38
Iron Industry, Nov 95:33
Jackson Purchase, June 95:42; Aug 95:10
Jagoe Family, Sep 95:79
James, Jesse, Feb 96:21
Jones, Gov. Brereton C., May 95:27
Kenton, Simon, Mar 96:82
Kentuckians, Governors of Other States, Sep 95:68; Oct 95:75
Kentucky Confederate Home, Feb 96:33
KENTUCKY DERBY

Early Years, Apr 96:23
Personal Account, 1929, Apr 96:21

KENTUCKY LIFE

Christmas, 1920, Jan 96:77
Christmas, Depression Years, Jan 96:107
Christmas, Unpleasant, Jan 96:42
Childhood Memories, June 95:96
Infant Burial, May 95:105
Lifestyle Changes, Mar 96:46
Memories of Grandpa's Farm, Oct 95:30
Newspaper Accounts, 1898, Nov 95:108
Popular Pastimes, Aug 95:38
Singing 'Round the Organ, Oct 95:46
Trip Back Home, Jan 96:50

Kentucky Philosopher, Aug 95:48; Nov 95:20; Oct 95:50; Sep 95:64; June 95:38; Jan 96:71
KENTUCKY WILD FLOWERS

American Rhododendron, Oct 95:64
False Solomon's Seal, Jan 96:109
Jack-In-The-Pulpit, Aug 95:66
May Apple, June 95:69
Mountain Laurel (Spoonwood, Calico-Bush), Mar 96:107
Poison Ivy, Sep 95:74
Pokeweed, Feb 96:73
Stick-Tight (Beggar Ticks), Nov 95:99
Wild Geranium (Wild Cranesbill), Apr 96:9

Kyrock, Asphalt Industry, Sept. 95:33
Laughlin, Robert, June 95:26
Lee County, Childhood Memories, Nov 95:21
Leitchfield, Memories of, Nov 95:63
Letcher, Gov. Robert P., Jan 96:112
Letters, May 95:4; June 95:4; Aug 95:4; Sep 95:4; Oct 95:4; Nov 95:4; Jan 95:4
Lewis, Lucy Jefferson, Sep 95:31
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM

Assassination, May 95:33; May 95:38
Casualties at Ford's Theater, Jan 96:23
Marriage of Parents, Aug 95:63
Opinions About Lincoln in Kentucky, Mar 96:58
Re-election, Apr 96:62

Logan, Benjamin, Settler, Jan 96:69
London, Buchanan's Grocery, Nov 95:52
Long Rifle, Kentucky, Mar 96:45
Lyon County, Settlers of, Jan 96:44
McGuffey, William Holmes, Sep 95:25
Madison County Fair, Aug 95:45
Magazines, Early Kentucky, Sep 95:48
Mail Route, Aug 95:78; Jan 96:29
Manners, Proper Eating, Mar 96:76
Man o' War, Mar 96:65
Mammoth Cave, Aug 95:50; Feb 96:24
Map, Counties of 1800, May 95:83
Map, Mileage in Kentucky, Mar 96:56
Maple Chapel Church, Nov 95:87
Mayfield, Trial and Execution of Criminal, Oct 95:52
May House, Jan 96:61
Metcalfe, Gov. Thomas, Mar 96:112
Mill, Smith's, First in Kentucky, Apr 96:10
Morgan, Gen. John H., His Horse, Nov 95:11
Morehead, Gov. James T., Apr 96:112
Morrow, Gov. Edwin P., Nov 95:42
Nicholson, John, Chairmaker, Oct 95:12
Night Raiders, Nov 95:15
OHIO RIVER

1806 Journey, Jan 96:7
Dangerous in 1788, March 96:7
Description, Sep 95:39
Role in Kentucky, May 95:75

Owls, Screech, Aug 95:44
Photos, Copying, Feb 96:83
PICTORIAL

Automobiles, Old, Sep 95:46
Baptismal, Holland, KY, Sep 95:71
Benham, June 95:112
Bethel College, Russellville, Jan 96:75
Black Mountain, Nov 95:100
Bowling Green, Sep 95:100
Brandenburg, First Auto, Nov 95:77
Camp Nelson, Aug 95:55
Capitol, 1924, Nov 95:41
Catlettsburg, June 95:2; Aug 95:43
Catlettsburg Football Team, 1895, Oct 95:55
Cave City, Shopping Scene, Aug 95:60
Chandler's Grave, Gov., Feb 96:44
Coal Museum, Floyd County, Aug 95:73
Constitution Square, Danville, May 95:48
Cyclone, 1890 Louisville, Jan 96:56
Dudley High School, 1936, Aug 95:27
Eastern Kentucky, Feb 96:11
Fort Knox, June 95:100
Frenchburg High School, May 95:19
Funeral, May 95:16; Oct 95:42
Glasgow Junction Public School, May 95:95
Greencastle, River Travel, Jan 96:48
Hebron School, Sep 95:50
Hemp, Apr 96:18
Hodgenville, Apr 96:100; June 95:100
Horseback Travel, Nov 95:22
Inland Steel Company Workers, June 95:60
Iron Horse Memorial, Paducah, Nov 95:70
Irvine, Apr 96:100
Isaac Shelby Cemetery, Aug 95:100
Jeffersontown, WPA Cannery, 1943, Nov 95:54
Johnson Mill, Georgetown, Oct 95:97
Kentucky State Fair, Oct 95:100
Kings Grist Mill, Williamsburg, Jan 96:24
Lake Barkley, Nov 95:24
Leatherwood School, May 95:89
Lee's College, Sep 95:82
Letcher County Loggers, Sep 95:9
Lincoln, Abraham
Funeral, May 95:55
Birthplace, May 95:79
Louisa, Mar 96:100
Louisville

Engraving, 1830's, Oct 95:79
Exposition, Oct 95:112
Fishing in Ohio River, Aug 95:93
Scenes of, Sep 95:112; Aug 95:111; June 95:111; May 95:112; Oct 95:2; Nov 95:112 Skyline, Aug 95:96

McHargue's Mill, Sep 95:81
Mail Delivery, 1940, Aug 95:77
Memorial Day, May 95:46
Mississippi River Bottom School, Oct 95:86
Mt. Sterling, Mar 96:100
Mule Wagon, Oct 95:8
Newport Barracks, Apr 96:57
Newport's Day of Celebration, Nov 95:2
Offutt-Cole Tavern, Aug 95:70
Ohio River, Portsmouth, Mar 96:48
Paintsville Lake, Jan 96:100
Patton, Gov. Paul, Feb 96:56
Penitentiary, Kentucky, June 95:56
Perryville, May 95:100
Pine Mountain, Aug 95:75; Nov 95:100
Piney Fork School House, May 95:59
Portland, KY, May 95:82
Railroad Depots, Nov 95:56
Rock Fences, May 95:2
Russell Springs, June 95:67
Russellville, Sep 95:100
Ryman Mill, 1908, Aug 95:95
Salyersville, Feb 96:100
Shelby Creek, Grist Mill, Jan 96:73
Stinking Creek, Sep 95:65
Teacher's Picnic, 1923, Oct 95:38
Trail of Tears Commemorative Park, Oct 95:34
Traveling Library, Sep 95:2
Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Frankfort, Aug 95:12
W.A.A.C. Training, Richmond, Oct 95:56
Ward's Hotel, June 95:53
Warsaw, Jan 96:9
West Point, Aug 95:2
White Hall, Feb 96:16
Winchester, Feb 96:100

Pisgah Church, Feb 96:41
POEMS

Banks of the Ohio, The, Sep 95:39
Dirge for the Pioneer, A, Oct 95:53
Hundred Years Ago, A, Sep 95:44
I Always Dream About Kentucky, Apr 96:38
In Kentucky, Jan 96:80
Kentucky, Nov 95:69
Kentucky, Sep 95:77
Mammoth Cave, Aug 95:52
Old Kentucky Hills, Apr 96:61
Tale of the Chicken Thief, The, Oct 95:97
To Kentucky, Aug 95:112
Welcome to Kentucky in the Springtime, Mar 96:25

POST OFFICES

Benham, Feb 96:79
Columbus, Sep 95:20
Hope, Apr 96:31
Loretto, Jan 96:70
South Shore, Mar 96:71
Thousandsticks, Oct 95:66

Post Offices, List of by County, 1927, Apr 96:41
Preachers, Uncle Dave Maggard & Uncle Ira Combs, Nov 95:84
Princeton, June 95:8
Radio, Inventor of, Mar 96:19
Rafting, June 95:40
RAILROAD

Changes Since 1940's, Apr 96:66
Collisions With Livestock, Lawsuits, Nov 95:73
Corbin Memories, Nov 95:49
Danger in a Rail Yard, Mar 96:43
Early Years of the Railroad, Mar 96:37
Engines, Aug 95:17
Gandy Dancers, Apr 96:11
L & N, Eastern Kentucky Division, May 95:64
L & N, First Steam Train, Sep 95:73
L & N, Police Force, Sep 95:42
Lexington & Paducah, Trip Along The, Oct 95:26
Memories of Falmouth, Oct 95:22
Old Narrow Gauge, Jan 96:25
Wreck, Jerico, 1918, Nov 95:35

Recipes, May 95:67; June 95:78; Aug 95:81; Sep 95:84; Oct 95:74; Nov 95:72; Jan 96:49
Re-Enactments, June 95:76
Revolutionary War Veterans

Bedinger, Maj. George M., Nov 95:55
Brown, Arabia, Sep 95:37
Denton Sr., David, Oct 95:70
Howard Sr., Samuel, Harlan County, Mar 96:75
M'Cadden, John, Nov 95:55
Magruder, Archibald, Mar 96:74
Montgomery, Capt. John, Sep 95:37
Muhlenberg County, Settlers of, Mar 96:74
Shannon, William, Nov 95:55
Sims, John, Sep 95:37
White, Capt. Jacob, Oct 95:70

Roads, Early, Apr 96:77
Rogers, Rev. Elder Samuel, Jan 96:72
Rowan County Feud, Tollivers, Martins & Logans, Nov 95:58
Salt Licks, Importance to Pioneers, Mar 96:106
Salt Works of Pioneers, Apr 96:53
SCHOOLS

Alexander College, Burkesville, 1875, Nov 95:64
Alvan Drew School, Wolfe County, Sep 95:102
Carcassonne High School, Sep 95:75
Caseyville, One-Room School, Nov 95:18
Pleasant Spring School, Jan 96:17
Poplar Grove School, Corbin, Oct 95:99
State Schools in 1864, Sep 95:51

Scott, Gov. Charles

Biographical Sketch, Sep 95:47
Governor's Memorial, Sep 95:83
Personal Habits, Oct 95:65

Settlers, Lee and Owsley Counties, Oct 95:83
Shakers, Aug 95:6
Shawnee Run Baptist Church, June 95:52
Shelby, Gov. Isaac, Aug 95:20, Aug 95:21
Simpson County Miser, Sep 95:38
Smith, Juletta, June 95:54
Southeastern Kentucky 100 Years Ago, Oct 95:71
Springs, Famous, Jan 96:32
STEAMBOATS

Ben Sherrod Explosion, Nov 95:30
Early Days in Paducah, Oct 95:81
Leathers, Cap. T. P., Feb 96:7
Sultana Explosion, Apr 96:7

Stone House, Oldest in Kentucky, Sep 95:45
Sue Bennett Memorial School, June 95:45
Swango Family, Oct 95:106
Swift's Silver Mines, Nov 95:105
Switzer, June 95:50
Swope-Goodloe Tragedy, Feb 96:15
Taylor, Gov. William Sylvester, Feb 96:112
Town Names, Feb 96:66
Trivett, Nathaniel C., June 95:64
Turner, Sam Brownlow, Aug 95:58
Twain, Mark, May 95:41
Union County

Memories of Life in, Apr 96:54
Pond Fork, Childhood Memories, Mar 96:26

Wallen Family, Mar 96:52
Ward Family Moves to Colorado, Oct 95:40
Warren, Robert Penn, (photo), Oct 95:76
Wash Days, Jan 96:16
Washington (city), Aug 95:39
Wayne County, May 95:11
Wayne County Homes, Feb 96:45
West Point (city), May 95:21
White Hall, Clay Family Home, Nov 95:61
Whitley, William, First Brick House, Apr 96:39
Wilkinson, Gov. Wallace G., May 95:43
Williams, Gen. John Stuart, Oct 95:47
Women's Suffrage, Nov 95:7
Word Search, May 95:74; June 95:75; Aug 95:76; Sep 95:67; Oct 95:67; Nov 95:78; Jan 96:76
York., Sgt. Alvin, May 95:68


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