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 Kentucky Explorer Index

May 1996 - April 1997


How the index works - for example, note this entry:

Bears Of Lewis County, Dec 86:33

Means that the article "Bears Of Lewis County" is found in the

1986 December issue of The Kentucky Explorer, beginning on page 33.


Abner Grave In Owsley County, Nov 96:39

Adair, Gov. John, Oct 96:112

Ale 8-1, Kentucky's Soft Drink, Nov 96:25

ARCHAEOLOGY

Prehistoric Man Roamed Kentucky, Aug 96:20

Prehistoric Stone Weapons, Sep 96:50

Skeletons Found At Raven Rock, Perry County, Mar 97:34

Audubon, John J., Jun 96:72

Audubon & Wilson, Two Early Bird Watchers, Jan 97:68

Aunt Eliza Tevis, Freed Slave, Jan 97:14

Auto Travel In Eastern Kentucky, Nov 96:49

Autumn, Season of Harvest, Oct 96:80

BALLADS

Barbara Allen, Jun 96:80

Fair Nottiman Town, Aug 96:94

Highland Mary, Nov 96:78

Inconstant Lover, The, Sep 96:60

Inquisitive Lover, The, May 96:96

Jack O' Hazeldean, Feb 97:76

John Anderson, My Jo, Mar 97:74

My Nannie O., Jan 97:78

Old Maid, The, Oct 96:96

Sourwood Mountain, Apr 97:76

Baseball's Darkest Day, Aug 96:14

Battle of River Raisin, Michigan, Sep 96:58

BEATTYVILLE

Capital Of Lee County, 1895, Apr 97:20

Dam, 1886, Apr 97:25

Beckham, Gov. J.C.W., Apr 97:112

BIG SANDY RIVER

Friley, George, River Man, Apr 97:18

River Valley, Mar 97:18

Bingham, Robert, Circuit Rider, Aug 96:67

Blue Diamond Coal Mine, Perry County, Jun 96:50

Books For Sale, May 96:108; Jun 96:108; Aug 96:108; Sep 96:122; Oct 96:108; Nov 96:108; Jan 97:108; Feb 97:107; Mar 97:108; Apr 97:106

Boone, Squire, His Role In Kentucky's History, Jan 97:45

Boone, Daniel, Little Known Tales, Mar 97:49

Breckinridge County, Love Of, Jan 97:71

Bryan, Mary Boone, Boone and Bryan Families, Sep 96:75

Bryan, Pearl, Trial of Murderers, Jun 96:14

Burial Customs, Knox County, Apr 97:34

Buried Treasure In Christian County, Feb 97:28

Capital Moved To Louisville, 1862, Oct 96:48

Carbide Lamps In Coal Mines, Apr 97:72

Cave-In-Rock, Outlaw Hideout, Sep 96:55

CCC, Memories of, May 96:14

CELEBRITIES

Burton, Lance, Apr 97:54

"Father Knows Best" Cast, May 96:70

Gillespie, Haven, Jan 97:66

Grable, Betty, Sep 96:66

Hill Sisters, Feb 97:63

Judds, The, Oct 96:65

Lynn, Loretta, Mar 97:52

McDonald, Marie, Jun 96:70

Merkel, Una, Nov 96:68

Reynolds, Debbie, Aug 96:59

 

CEMETERIES & MONUMENTS

Boone Family Monument, May 96:108

Morton Gap, Monument Corner, Jun 96:6

Old Mills Cemetery, Livingston County, Apr 97:31

Cherokee Wedding Saved Wayne County, Nov 96:44

Chickens, Raising Them, Oct 96:31

Cider Making, Sep 96:23

CIVIL WAR

Bath County Incidents In 1861, Jan 97:18

Battle Of Mill Springs, Apr 97:14

Company D, 13th Regiment, Adair And Metcalf Counties, Mar 97:44

Confederate Generals From Kentucky, May 96:75

Johnson, Gen. Adam R. "Stovepipe," Sep 96:72

Mosgrove, George Dallas, Reminiscences Of, Apr 97:70

Privateers On Kentucky Rivers, Apr 97:62

Refugees, Jun 96:68

Smith, Holman Hardin, Orphan Brigade, Feb 97:66

Classified Ads, May 96:110; Jun 96:110; Aug 96:110; Sep 96:125; Oct 96:110; Nov 96:110; Jan 97:110; Feb 97:110; Mar 97:110; Apr 97:109

Clay, Henry, Going Up Salt River, Jan 97:27

Clements, Gov. Earle C., Jan 97:112

Coal Mining Industry, Early Kentucky, Oct 96:61

Collins' Sketches, Feb 97:34; Mar 97:56; Apr 97:60

Copying Old Photos Now Easy, Aug 96:107

Corn, Staple Of Life, Jun 96:79

Country Music, Jun 96:60

Court Day, Nov 96:38

COURTHOUSES

Casey County, Nov 96:35

Fulton County, Mar 97:28

Hopkins County, Jun 96:23

Jefferson County, Feb 97:43

Lee County, May 96:34

Lincoln County, Aug 96:36

Monroe County, Sep 96:39

Muhlenberg County, Oct 96:30

Pulaski County, Jan 97:22

Trimble County, Apr 97:30

Crab Orchard Springs, Aug 96:37

Cumberland Falls, Beauty and Myths, Oct 96:73

Cumberland Valley, Memories of, Sep 96:63

Dawson Springs And Honus Wagner, Feb 97:24

Demonbreun, Timothy, Ties To Kentucky, Mar 97:58

Depression In Rural Kentucky, May 96:72

Desha, Gov. Joseph, Feb 97:112

DOCTORS

Country, 1900s, May 96:7

Folk, And Folk Medicine, Jan 97:33

Eastern Kentucky Settlers, Oct 96:91; Nov 96:92; Jan 97:90

Education, Getting An, Nov 96:8

Election of 1938, U.S. Senator, Sep 96:68

English Passengers To Virginia, Jun 96:71

English & Scottish Roots Of Kentuckians, Jan 97:34

Epidemics In Kentucky, Feb 97:47

Estill's, James, Defeat, Jan 97:23

Fields, Gov. William J., Nov 96:112

FIRST CREEK

First Car, Oct 96:11

School System, Feb 97:41

First English House In Kentucky, Dr. Thomas Walker, Oct 96:27

Fishing For Horneyheads, Sep 96:52

Flax, Growing And Spinning, Apr 97:65

Fluorspar Center, Livingston & Crittenden Counties, Nov 96:71

FOLK TALES

Animal Superstitions, May 96:10

Belief Tales, May 96:27

Big Pat Bought A 25¢ Mule, Mar 97:43

Big Pat Escapes The Man-Eating Ghosts, Sep 96:44

Big Pat Tangles With The Yellow "Me," Aug 96:11

Camp Meeting, Feb 97:40

Childbirth and Pregnancy Superstitions, May 96:67

Fear of Snakes, May 96:48

Legends and Ghost Stories, Jun 96:20

Little Pat Cooked For The Lumberjacks, Apr 97:33

Strange Beliefs, Aug 96:39

Superstitions In Daily Life, Apr 97:48

Superstitions In Kentuckians' Beliefs, Jan 97:42

When A Man Rose From The Dead, Jun 96:49

When The Devil Met His Match, Oct 96:26

Fort Boonesborough, Facts About, Jan 97:48

Fox Hunting, Mar 97:9

Fox, John Jr., Feb 97:10

FRANKFORT

Capital One Hundred Years Ago, Mar 97:14

Log Buildings, 1790s, Sep 96:53

Franklin, Simpson County, 1828, Jan 97:28

Frontier Nursing Service, Aug 96:44

Garrard County Feud, 1852, Nov 96:36

GAZETTEER

Barlow City, Jun 96:56

Campbellsville, Jun 96:55

Campton, Nov 96:54

Cane Valley, Oct 96:55

Carrollton, Nov 96:52

Caseyville, Jun 96:55

Casky's Station, Nov 96:54

Catlettsburgh, Aug 96:56

Cave City, Aug 96:58

Caverna, Nov 96:54

Harrod's Creek, Feb 97:50

Hartford, Mar 97:61

Irvine, Mar 97:63

Marrowbone, Feb 97:50

Osceola, Feb 97:50

Prestonsburg, Mar 97:63

Russellville, May 96:54

Smithland, Mar 97:61

Smith's Grove, Feb 97:50

Somerset, Feb 97:51

Spring Grove, Aug 96:56

Spring Lick, Nov 96:54

Springville, Oct 96:53

St. John's, Mar 97:62

St. Mary's, May 96:55

Stanford, Aug 96:57

Stanton, Jun 96:55

Steuben Lick, Oct 96:53

Vanderburg, Mar 97:63

Winchester, Oct 96:53

Wingo's Station, Jun 96:55

Woodsonville, Oct 96:55

GENEALOGY

Abner, Aug 96:82; Nov 96:86

Abney, Nov 96:82

Adams, Jun 96:84; Aug 96:87; Sep 96:90; Oct 96:88; Mar 97:84; Apr 97:79, 85

Adair, Aug 96:83

Akeman, Jun 96:82

Akers, Jun 96:85

Alcorn, (photo) Sep 96:93

Alexander, Aug 96:83

Allen, Aug 96:103; Sep 96:94; Feb 97:103

Allison, Jan 97:88

Amburgey, Oct 96:82

Amis, Oct 96:105; Jan 97:83

Angel, Aug 96:84

Ard, Mar 97:89

Arnold, Aug 96:105

Asbury, Apr 97:85

Ashby, Aug 96:102

Austin, Mar 97:83, 87

Auxier, Mar 97:81

Bach, (photo) Feb 97:83

Back, Oct 96:89; Nov 96:85

Bailey, May 96:85; Aug 96:88; Oct 96:82; Apr 97:86

Baird, Mar 97:105

Baker, Jun 96:91; Sep 96:90; Oct 96:102, 105; (photo) Mar 97:87; Apr 97:81

Baker-Wins, Aug 96:86

Baldwin, Apr 97:81

Bales, Aug 96:85

Ball, (photo) Jun 96:88; (photo) Aug 96:84; Sep 96:85; Mar 97:85

Ballou, Apr 97:96

Banfield, May 96:87

Barbour, Nov 96:94

Barclay, Jun 96:91; Sep 96:86

Barker, Sep 96:89; Feb 97:83; Mar 97:91

Barnes, Jan 97:84

Barnett, Oct 96:84; Nov 96:94; Mar 97:105

Barrett, Sep 96:94; (photo) Apr 97:103

Barrow, Mar 97:89

Bauer, Apr 97:79

Baugh, (photo) May 96:89

Becraft, Nov 96:85

Begley, Feb 97:83

Belcher, Mar 97:82

Bell, Aug 96:102; Sep 96:83; Jan 97:103; Apr 97:80

Bellamy, May 96:83; Aug 96:81; (photo) Sep 96:82

Bellow, Mar 97:87

Bennett, Mar 97:89

Bernard, Nov 96:86

Barnes, (photo) Apr 97:92

Berrisford, Jun 96:84

Berry, Oct 96:86; Nov 96:83

Biggerstaff, (photo) Aug 96:103

Billings, Apr 97:84

Billiter, Sep 96:82

Bishop, Sep 96:93

Blaine, Apr 97:98

Blair, Sep 96:82; Feb 97:79, 84

Blankenship, Jun 96:89; Oct 96:86

Bledsoe, (photo) Sep 96:86

Blevins, Oct 96:86; Jan 97:82; Mar 97:90

Blount, Apr 97:85

Blythe, Feb 97:87

Board, (photo) Nov 96:80

Bolin, Feb 97:88

Bolling, Nov 96:95

Bond, Jan 97:86; Apr 97:96

Bookout, Feb 97:82

Boone, Mar 97:84

Boston, Sep 96:92

Bottoms, May 96:82

Botts, Apr 97:85

Bowles, May 96:83; (photo) Jun 96:89; (photo) Aug 96:82; (photo) Nov 96:87

Bowlin, (photo) Oct 96:83

Bowling, Feb 97:83; Apr 97:81

Bowman, May 96:88; Feb 97:78

Boyles, Feb 97:83

Bradley-Moss, (photo) Apr 97:81

Bradshaw, Apr 97:81

Brainard, (photo) Nov 96:86

Branaman, Jan 97:83

Branham, May 96:83; Apr 97:86

Brashear, Oct 96:82; Mar 97:81

Brashears, Jun 96:87; Nov 96:84

Bratcher, Jun 96:90; Jan 97:83

Brewer, Oct 96:89; Nov 96:80

Briant, Jun 96:90

Bridges, Sep 96:88

Brinson, Apr 97:78

Brittain, Jun 96:90

Brock, Nov 96:81; Feb 97:90; Apr 97:78

Bronson, Mar 97:83

Brooks, Apr 97:86

Brown, Aug 96:84; Nov 96:84

Bruce, Mar 97:80

Bryant, Jun 96:90

Buchheit, Mar 97:86

Bundy, Feb 97:83

Bunton, May 96:87

Burgess, Nov 96:85

Burns, Jun 96:87; Jan 97:85; Feb 97:86

Burris, Nov 96:91; Mar 97:83

Burton, Feb 97:82; Apr 97:79

Bushnell, Nov 96:83

Bussabarger, (photo) Apr 97:85

Bustle, Feb 97:85

Bynum, Jan 97:88

Byron, Mar 97:106

Caldwell, Oct 96:89

Calhoun, Sep 96:87

Callahan, Jun 96:85; Nov 96:80; (photo) Apr 97:88

Calloway, May 96:102; Apr 97:79

Calmes, Nov 96:105

Campbell, Jun 96:87; Aug 96:80; Sep 96:79; Oct 96:86, 89

Canada, Jan 97:88

Canady, Nov 96:80

Cannaday, Feb 97:88

Cannon, Mar 97:85

Carnahan, Sep 96:82

Carpenter, Sep 96:87; Feb 97:80

Carroll, Jun 96:91; Nov 96:86

Carter, May 96:88; Aug 96:82; Sep 96:91; Nov 96:84; Jan 97:93; Feb 97:80; Mar 97:89

Cartwright, Feb 97:100

Cary, Apr 97:80

Castle, Mar 97:90

Catching, Mar 97:82

Cathers, Jan 97:84

Caudill, May 96:83; Mar 97:90

Cawood, Apr 97:85

Caylor, Jan 97:87

Cecil, May 96:83

Centers, Mar 97:84

Chafin, Mar 97:86

Chambers, Aug 96:81

Chandler, Mar 97:90

Chaney, (photo) Jun 96:7; Sep 96:85; Oct 96:83; Apr 97:84

Chapman, Sep 96:90; Feb 97:89

Charlton, Nov 96:81

Chaulk, Oct 96:83

Childers, May 96:87; Oct 96:89; Nov 96:86, (photo) 87

Chilton, Apr 97:97

Chisholm, Jan 97:93

Chowning, Jun 96:88

Chrisman, May 96:83

Christian, Apr 97:99

Chumley, Nov 96:80

Clack, Nov 96:95

Clark, Feb 97:84

Clay, May 96:82; Apr 97:80

Clem, Aug 96:82

Clemmons, Sep 96:90

Cloyd, (photo) Jun 96:92

Cobb, Nov 96:81

Coffee, Feb 97:82

Coggin, Apr 97:79

Cokendopher, Sep 96:86

Coleman, May 96:88; Sep 96:93

Collier, Sep 96:89; (photo)Feb 97:103

Collins, Sep 96:82; Oct 96:82; Jan 97:88; Mar 97:84

Combs, May 96:81; Jun 96:82; (photo) Aug 96:81, 84, 87; Nov 96:85; Jan 97:85; Feb 97:86; Apr 97:80, (photo) 84, (photo) 86

Conder, Oct 96:84

Conley, (photo) May 96:80, 89; Sep 96:86

Conrad, Aug 96:88

Cook, (photo) Jun 96:84; Nov 96:81; Apr 97:85, 97

Coomer, (photo) Sep 96:88, 92

Cooper, Sep 96:85; Jan 97:86; Apr 97:79

Cornett, Jan 97:83, 87

Corson, Mar 97:84

Cottrell, Nov 96:85

Couch, (photo) Jan 97:103; Feb 97:83

Coulson, Sep 96:90

Cowger, (photo) Sep 96:109

Cox, Aug 96:82

Craig, Nov 96:81, 82

Crawford, Jun 96:103

Craycroft, May 96:82; Feb 97:78; Mar 97:86

Creech, May 96:88; Oct 96:87; Apr 97:80

Crump, Aug 96:89

Crutchfield, Jun 96:89

Culton, Mar 97:107; Apr 97:92

Curtis, Feb 97:88

Dade, Jun 96:102

Daniel, Nov 96:105; Feb 97:82

Daniels, Oct 96:82

Darke, Aug 96:103

Darnell, Aug 96:85

Davidson, Jun 96:87; Nov 96:81; Jan 97:84; Apr 97:81

Davis, May 96:83; Jun 96:86; (photo) Sep 96:4; Feb 97:85, 87, 101; (photo) Mar 97:88; Apr 97:79

Day, Jun 96:87; Mar 97:84

Dean, Sep 96:82; Nov 96:80; Apr 97:80

Deaton, Oct 96:89

Deay, Jun 96:87

Decker, Apr 97:86

Dedman, Sep 96:93

DeHart, Sep 96:90

Delk, Oct 96:85

Denman, Sep 96:107

Depew, (photo) Oct 96:86

Deweese, Mar 97:84

Diamond, (photo) Oct 96:85

Dickey, Nov 96:81

Diefenbach, (photo) Aug 96:87

Dixon, Feb 97:78; (photo) Mar 97:82

Dobson, (photo) Feb 97:17

Dodson, (photo) May 96:84

Dorothy, Jan 97:84; Feb 97:78

Dorris, Apr 97:78

Downey, Aug 96:85

Doyle, Jan 97:86

Drain, Feb 97:82

Drake, Jan 97:102

Drane, Feb 97:82

Duff, Aug 96:105; Sep 96:79; Jan 97:86

Dugan, Sep 96:89

Duke, May 96:90

Duncan, Jan 97:82; (photo) Feb 97:78, 88

Durham, (photo) Oct 96:88; Jan 97:88

Ealey, Feb 97:88

Earleywine, Aug 96:89

Early, Oct 96:86

Earlywine, Aug 96:89

Eastham, May 96:85

Edelen, Nov 96:80

Edwards, May 96:82

Eggen, Nov 96:83

Eisley, Jun 96:84

Elam, (photo) Aug 96:91

Elder, Nov 96:86

Eldridge, Aug 96:86; Nov 96:85

Eledge, Apr 97:81

Elkins, Jun 96:92

Ellington, May 96:89

Elliott, Jan 97:85

Ellis, Sep 96:91; Mar 97:86

Elliston, Apr 97:86

Elmore, (photo) Oct 96:84

Ely, Mar 97:88

Ensor, Nov 96:82

Eskridge, Oct 96:89; Nov 96:80

Estep, Jan 97:87; Feb 97:86

Eubanks, Aug 96:87

Eulitt, May 96:88

Evans, Jun 96:86

Everman, Jun 96:91

Eversole, Sep 96:79; Jan 97:105

Ewing, Feb 97:102, 103

Falkner, Apr 97:83

Faqua, Feb 97:102

Farrow, (photo) May 96:102

Farthing, May 96:84

Faulkner, Jun 96:91

Fentress, Mar 97:87

Ferguson, Jan 97:89

Fields, Jun 96:86; Aug 96:80; Mar 97:84; Apr 97:85

Finley, Sep 96:109

Finnie, Aug 96:81

Fisher, Mar 97:85; Apr 97:78

Fitzpatrick, (photo) Nov 96:84, 86

Flannery, Aug 96:83

Fleming, Apr 97:96

Fletcher, Aug 96:84

Flynn, May 96:82

Foree, Sep 96:82

Forest, Sep 96:87

Foster, Mar 97:84, 85

Fox, (photo) Sep 96:94; Oct 96:86; Jan 97:85

Fraley, May 96:86

Francis, Feb 97:85

Franklin, Apr 97:81

Frazier, Aug 96:88

French, Apr 97:86

Fritts, Jan 97:86

Frost, May 96:82

Fry, Feb 97:78

Gabbard, (photo) Feb 97:85

Gabbert, Nov 96:81

Gadd, Apr 97:79

Gaines, Nov 96:95

Gallaspy, Feb 97:80

Galloway, Sep 96:89

Gamble, Nov 96:85

Garner, Mar 97:105

Garnett, Sep 96:107; Nov 96:85

Garrard, Oct 96:102

Garrett, Nov 96:94

Gay, Sep 96:109; Jan 97:103

Gearheart, Jun 96:89

Gibson, May 96:84

Gilbert, Sep 96:91; Nov 96:80; Jan 97:84

Giles, Nov 96:81

Gill, Sep 96:90

Gilreath, Feb 97:80

Gingles, Apr 97:85

Gist, Jan 97:102; Mar 97:89

Goff, Jun 96:83

Goode, Mar 97:90

Goodman, Jun 96:88

Gordon, Aug 96:87; Nov 96:81

Gossett, Mar 97:82

Gott, Sep 96:90; Jan 97:85; Feb 97:84

Gragg, Jan 97:83

Graham, (photo) May 96:81, (photo) 103; (photo) Apr 97:78

Grant, Oct 96:86

Graves, Jan 97:103; Feb 97:84

Gray, Mar 97:86

Green, May 96:89; Aug 96:89; Oct 96:82; Mar 97:90; Apr 97:79, 98

Gregory, Jun 96:89; Oct 96:85

Griffey, May 96:89

Griffin, Feb 97:78

Griffith, May 96:89

Gross, Mar 97:82; Apr 97:78

Groves, Feb 97:81

Gudgel, Aug 96:84

Guest, Mar 97:89

Gulley, Jan 97:88

Guthrie, Jan 97:84

Gwinn, Jun 96:84; Feb 97:80, 86

Hacker, Mar 97:86

Hackersmith, Oct 96:87

Haddix, (photo) Feb 97:88; Mar 97:85

Haffield, May 96:82

Hagan, Aug 96:80

Haggard, Mar 97:91

Hahn, Mar 97:84

Haines, Jun 96:85

Halbert, Mar 97:90

Hall, May 96:84, 86; (photo) Jun 96:86, 89; Aug 96:82; Sep 96:87, (photo) 91; Nov 96:84, 86; Feb 97:88

Halsell, Feb 97:88

Ham, Jun 96:88

Hamblin, (photo) May 96:104; (photo) Jun 96:83

Hamilton, Jun 96:88, 92

Hamm, Jun 96:88

Hammons, May 96:89

Hampton, Sep 96:92

Hanbert, (photo) Jan 97:92

Haney, Nov 96:86

Hanks, Jun 96:87

Hardin, Aug 96:81; Nov 96:81

Hardy, Jun 96:103; Aug 96:80; Sep 96:92

Harmon, Feb 97:87; Apr 97:79

Harpe, Nov 96:83

Harper, Mar 97:86

Harris, Jun 96:103; Sep 96:91; Feb 97:81; Mar 97:85

Harrison, May 96:82; Jan 97:92; Feb 97:100

Harrod, Feb 97:79

Haskins, Sep 96:107

Hatton, May 96:89; Mar 97:89

Hawthorn(e), May 96:87

Hay, Nov 96:86

Hayes, Aug 96:87; Oct 96:88; Nov 96:86; (photo) Jan 97:84; Feb 97:89

Haynes, Jun 96:85

Hayns, Jun 96:85

Hays, (photo) Sep 96:85

Hazelrigg, Sep 96:94

Hedges, Jan 97:83

Helm, Nov 96:95

Helphinstine, Aug 96:88; Sep 96:89; Feb 97:89

Henderson, Nov 96:85; Jan 97:82, 89

Hendricks, Sep 96:85; Apr 97:86

Hendrickson, May 96:85

Hendrix, Sep 96:87

Hendrixon, Sep 96:87

Henry, May 96:84, 85

Hensley, Jun 96:87

Henson, Jun 96:91; (photo) Apr 97:102

Herd, Sep 96:93

Herndon, Mar 97:105

Hess, Mar 97:86

Hiatt, Sep 96:86

Hickman, Mar 97:86

Hicks, Nov 96:84

Hill, Sep 96:93; Oct 96:89; Nov 96:83; (photo) Feb 97:87

Hines, Feb 97:78

Hite, May 96:83

Hockensmith, Oct 96:87

Holeman, May 96:102

Holifield, Feb 97:84

Holland, Sep 96:82; Oct 96:85; Mar 97:85; Apr 97:81

Hollingsworth, Nov 96:85

Holsol, Jan 97:82

Holton, Aug 96:86

Hook, Feb 97:83

Hopkins, Feb 97:87

Hord, Jan 97:93

Hornback, Nov 96:90

Hoskins, Apr 97:81

Hounshell, (photo) Oct 96:82

Howard, May 96:88; Jun 96:91; Aug 96:81; Jan 97:83, 92; Mar 97:90; Apr 97:83

Howe, Nov 96:81; Mar 97:84

Hubbard, (photo) Jan 97:82

Hudson, Sep 96:93; Nov 96:102

Huff, (photo) Jan 97:86; Feb 97:84

Huffman, Nov 96:83

Hughes, May 96:89; Jan 97:83

Hull, Mar 97:87

Humble, Aug 96:83

Hune, Apr 97:82

Hunsaker, Mar 97:85

Hunter, Jun 96:91

Hurley, May 96:89

Hurst, Oct 96:105; Nov 96:102; Jan 97:104

Huston, Nov 96:86

Hutcherson, Feb 97:80

Ingram, Feb 97:86

Inman, Aug 96:85; Mar 97:85

Irvin, Feb 97:87; Mar 97:85, 88

Ivey, Apr 97:78

Jackson, Jun 96:91; Oct 96:84

James, Oct 96:82; Mar 97:86

Jameson, Nov 96:94

Jenkins, Apr 97:85

Jennings, Sep 96:86; (photo) Jan 97:87

Johnson, May 96:84, 88; Aug 96:82, 85, 87; Sep 96:83, 94; Oct 96:87; Jan 97:88; (photo) Feb 97:100, 103; Mar 97:89; (photo) Apr 97:80

Johnston, Jun 96:87; Nov 96:83

Jones, May 96:84, 86; Sep 96:83, 86; Oct 96:105; Nov 96:85; Jan 97:89; Feb 97:79, 85

Jordan, May 96:86

Joseph, May 96:85

Juett, Aug 96:80

Justice, Nov 96:86; Feb 97:86

Karr, May 96:85; Jun 96:88

Kash, (photo) Aug 96:102; (photo) Feb 97:79

Keen, (photo) Mar 97:89; Apr 97:79

Kelley, Aug 96:86

Kelly, (photo) May 96:82; Sep 96:94; Apr 97:80, 85

Kemper, Jun 96:88

Kenedy, Apr 97:78

Kennedy, Feb 97:80

Kenner, Apr 97:96

Kenny, Apr 97:80

Keown, May 96:84

Kidwell, Apr 97:83

Killius, (photo) Aug 96:88

Kimberlin, Sep 96:85

Kincaid, Oct 96:104

King, Jun 96:89; Aug 96:80,82; Oct 96:85; Nov 96:82; Nov 96:86; Apr 97:84

Kinney, May 96:89

Kirk, Jan 97:92

Klutey, May 96:85

Lainhart, (photo) Apr 97:79

Lakes, Jan 97:88

Lambert, (photo) Aug 96:103

Lancaster, Jan 97:89; Feb 97:83

Land, Jun 96:91

Lane, Jun 96:102, 89

Langdon, Feb 97:78

Langley, Nov 96:102

Lankford, Mar 97:85

Larrison, Aug 96:87

Lashley, Jun 96:90

Laswell, Mar 97:89

Lathem, Oct 96:87

Lawrence, Mar 97:83, 88

Lawson, Feb 97:89

Leadingham, Apr 97:81

Leap, Oct 96:88

Lee, Sep 96:89; Nov 96:80; Feb 97:87

Legan, Sep 96:93

Lewis, May 96:87; Jun 96:86; Sep 96:92; Nov 96:82, 86; Jan 97:83, 102, (photo) 104; Mar 97:86; Apr 97:96, 99

Ligon, Sep 96:93

Lilly, Jun 96:91

Lingo, Mar 97:88

Linville, Jan 97:82

Little, May 96:87; Jun 96:88; Oct 96:89; Mar 97:89

Littrell, Mar 97:90

Lockridge, Apr 97:96

Logan, Aug 96:83; Apr 97:98

Logsdon, Aug 96:89

Long, Aug 96:102

Lorance, Aug 96:80

Love, Sep 96:91

Loveall, Feb 97:85

Lovelace, May 96:84

Loveless, May 96:84

Lowry, Sep 96:88; Feb 97:88

Lucas, May 96:85

Lunsford, (photo) Mar 97:8, (photo) 90

Lycans, Sep 96:83

Lykins, Apr 97:85

Lyon, Mar 97:105

Lyttle, Apr 97:92

McAuliffe, Mar 97:86

McBee, Jun 96:86

McCandless, Nov 96:85

McCarty, Jun 96:85, 86; Apr 97:79

McCleese, Jun 96:91

McClenahan, Apr 97:85

McClure, Jun 96:90

McClurg, Oct 96:83

McComas, (photo) May 96:91; (photo) Jun 96:89

McCreery, Feb 97:88

McDaniel, Aug 96:87; Oct 96:89

McDaniels, Aug 96:82

McDonnell, Aug 96:87

McDougal, Jun 96:87

McDowell, Oct 96:83; Apr 97:98

McGill, Nov 96:84

McGowan, Sep 96:94

McGuire, Jun 96:82

McIntosh, Sep 96:83, (photo) 89; Oct 96:89

McIntyre, Jun 96:102

McKinney, Jun 96:91; Sep 96:93; Oct 96:87; Mar 97:80; Apr 97:98

McMahan, Jun 96:87; Apr 97:80

McNeil, Apr 97:96

McQueen, Nov 96:86

McWhorter, Mar 97:85

Magee, Mar 97:87

Magill (photo) Oct 96:91

Malone, Apr 97:96

Maloney, Feb 97:87; (photo) Mar 97:86

Mann, Mar 97:82

Marcum, (photo) Oct 96:89

Marshall, Sep 96:86; Oct 96:104; Jan 97:92

Martin, May 96:90; Jun 96:91; Aug 96:85, 86

Masner, Oct 96:82

Mason, May 96:87

Masoner, Oct 96:82

Massie, (photo) Nov 96:81

Matheny, Mar 97:106

Matthew, Sep 96:89

Mattingly, Jan 97:89

Maxey, Jan 97:86

Maxfield, Jun 96:87

Mayhugh, Jan 97:83

Meadors, Sep 96:94

Meadows, Sep 96:94

Medley, May 96:86

Medlock, Mar 97:89

Meenach, Sep 96:84

Melton, Aug 96:83; Mar 97:87

Menifee, Feb 97:85

Menough, Jan 97:92

Metts, Jun 96:90

Middleton, Oct 96:86

Miley, Nov 96:85

Miller, May 96:89; Jun 96:84, 90; Aug 96:81, 85, 89; (photo) Sep 96:9, 90, 94; Oct 96:83, 88; Nov 96:81; (photo) Jan 97:85; Feb 97:80; Mar 97:86

Miracle, Mar 97:90; Apr 97:81

Misenheimer, (photo) Aug 96:80

Mitchell, Feb 97:87; Apr 97:82

Mobley, Sep 96:87

Monahan, Jan 97:82

Monroe, Aug 96:85; Feb 97:82

Montgomery, Feb 97:86; Mar 97:82

Moore, May 96:80; Jun 96:87; Jan 97:92; Feb 97:80

Moran, Nov 96:94

Morehead, Nov 96:81

Morgan, Jun 96:88

Morris, Aug 96:81

Moseley, Apr 97:86

Moss, Nov 96:80

Motley, Jan 97:93

Mounce, Jun 96:84

Mounts, Nov 96:83; Mar 97:90

Mullins, Sep 96:91; (photo) Feb 97:78; (photo) Mar 97:85

Mumford, Mar 97:85

Muncy, Feb 97:84

Murphy, Sep 96:84; Nov 96:83

Murray, Aug 96:85; Apr 97:80

Musselewhite, Oct 96:87

Myers, Aug 96:85; Mar 97:85

Nanney, Apr 97:80

Napier, Jun 96:90; Aug 96:81; Sep 96:86

Nashold, Jan 97:86

Naylor, Sep 96:92; Oct 96:86

Nelson, Jan 97:92

Netherton, Sep 96:82

New, Apr 97:82

Newman, Apr 97:82

Nicholason, Nov 96:102

Niece, Feb 97:83

Noble, Jun 96:83; Feb 97:83, 86

Noe, Jun 96:86

Noel, May 96:84

North, Mar 97:86

Novell, Feb 97:82

O'Bannon, Feb 97:78

O'Bryan, Sep 96:83

O'Connor, May 96:82

O'Nan, Apr 97:86

Ockerman, Sep 96:86

Oldfield, Jun 96:89

Oneal, Jan 97:87

Orsborn, Mar 97:83

Osborne, Mar 97:90, 91; Apr 97:78

Overcast, Jun 96:90

Owens, Sep 96:86; Mar 97:85

Oxer, Mar 97:81

Pace, Oct 96:82

Pack, Jun 96:87; Sep 96:83

Palsgrove, Aug 96:80

Paradise, Oct 96:85

Paris, Mar 97:84

Parker, Sep 96:86, 91, 94; Oct 96:85; Mar 97:86; Apr 97:78

Parmley, Jun 96:90

Partin, Mar 97:90

Patton, Aug 96:82; Sep 96:109

Peace, (photo) Apr 97:97

Pearman, May 96:83

Peck, Aug 96:85; Oct 96:84

Peden, Mar 97:105

Pence, May 96:87; Oct 96: (photo) 87, 89; (photo) Mar 97:104

Pendergrass, Nov 96:83

Pendleton, Jun 96:91

Peniston, Oct 96:83

Pennington, Feb 97:84

Perkins, Mar 97:87

Perry, (photo) May 96:103; Mar 97:87

Pettit, Nov 96:84

Peyton, Aug 96:80; Nov 96:86

Phillips, May 96:90; Nov 96:83

Pierce, Sep 96:83, (photo) 87; Jan 97:86

Pierceall, May 96:85

Pinkerton, Aug 96:83

Pitman, May 96:87

Pittman, May 96:89

Pitts, Apr 97:78

Poe, Sep 96:89

Poer, Feb 97:89

Pollitt, (photo) Jan 97:102

Porter, May 96:88; Aug 96:85; Mar 97:86

Powell, Sep 96:91; Mar 97:85

Powers, Mar 97:91

Prater, (photo) Jan 97:88

Pressnell, May 96:85; Nov 96:82

Preston, Mar 97:88

Prince, Nov 96:85

Rader, Jun 96:90

Raifsnider, Jun 96:89

Railey, Feb 97:81

Railsback, Feb 97:89

Rainey, Aug 96:81; Apr 97:78

Rains, Nov 96:105; Feb 97:87

Ramey, May 96:84; (photo) Feb 97:82

Raney, May 96:88

Rarden, (photo) Mar 97:84

Ratliff, Sep 96:85

Reams, Jun 96:84

Redbird, Feb 97:83; Mar 97:107

Redding, May 96:87

Redford, Feb 97:82

Reed, Jun 96:89; Oct 96:83

Reneau, Sep 96:83

Reno, Sep 96:83

Reynolds, Jun 96:87

Rice, May 96:88; Aug 96:88; Mar 97:87

Richardson, Jun 96:89; Aug 96:86; Feb 97:78

Ried, Oct 96:105

Reiley, Oct 96:84

Rhone, Mar 97:89

Riggs, Nov 96:102

Riley, Oct 96:84

Ritchie, Sep 96:89

Roark, May 96:89

Robbins, Jan 97:85

Roberts, May 96:90; Feb 97:91; Apr 97:83

Robertson, Jun 96:84; Nov 96:81

Roby, (photo) Feb 97:86

Rodgers, Jun 96:89; Feb 97:84

Roese, Jan 97:88

Rogers, May 96:103; Jun 96:102; (photo) Sep 96:80, 83, 85, 86

Rose, (photo) Jun 96:85, 90; (photo) Aug 96:83; Nov 96:82

Ross, May 96:84; Jan 97:88; Apr 97:79

Royall, Apr 97:81

Royston, Mar 97:87

Rucker, Oct 96:86

Russell, Jun 96:85; Jan 97:103; Mar 97:83, 88

Ryan, Aug 96:81

Sageser, Mar 97:87

Salling, Aug 96:82

Sams, Apr 97:86

Sasser, Oct 96:86

Say, May 96:87

Saylor, (photo) Mar 97:83; Apr 97:81

Schellar, Sep 96:88

Schoolcraft, Mar 97:84

Schooler, Apr 97:78

Scott, Jun 96:86; Aug 96:84; Feb 97:87; Apr 97:79

Searcy, May 96:85; Jun 96:90; Mar 97:104

Sears, Mar 97:90

Seawright, May 96:87

Segrams, Oct 96:84

Settles, Jun 96:84; (photo) Sep 96:92

Sexton, Nov 96:80; Jan 97:86; Feb 97:83

Shackelford, (photo) Feb 97:81

Shawfield, Apr 97:83

Shepherd, Jun 96:86; Apr 97:96

Shirley, Mar 97:80

Shively, Feb 97:89

Shoemaker, Sep 96:94

Short, Feb 97:86; (photo) Mar 97:80

Shouse, Aug 96:88; Apr 97:79

Shrader, (photo) Jun 96:97

Shropshire, May 96:82

Shultz, Nov 96:82, 85

Simpson, Sep 96:91

Singleton, Oct 96:87

Sinkler, Aug 96:83

Sizemore, Jun 96:90; Sep 96:86, 90; (photo) Feb 97:80; Mar 97:86; Apr 97:83, 86

Skaggs, Mar 97:90

Skeene, Feb 97:81

Skeens, Oct 96:88

Skinner, Nov 96:83

Slaughter, Apr 97:97

Sloan, Sep 96:82

Slone, Aug 96:87

Smallwood, Sep 96:82; Apr 97:80

Smiddy, Apr 97:83

Smith, May 96:85, (photo) 87, 90; Jun 96:87; Sep 96:83, 88, 89, 91; Oct 96:83, 84, 87; Nov 96:83; Jan 97:85, 93; Feb 97:80, 82, 88, 100; Mar 97:83; Apr 97:78

Smyth, Jan 97:82; Mar 97:88

Snipes, Oct 96:85

Snow, Jan 97:85

Snowden, Jun 96:82

Soard, Sep 96:92

Sorrell, Sep 96:86

Sparks, Aug 96:81; Sep 96:92; Jan 97:85; Feb 97:85

Sparrow, Aug 96:86

Spaulding, Jan 97:83

Speak, Sep 96:92

Spears, Mar 97:87

Spencer, Jun 96:87; Nov 96:82; Feb 97:81; Mar 97:86; Apr 97:78

Spillman, Sep 96:85

Sprague, Oct 96:88

Sprinkles, Oct 96:86

Spurlock, Jun 96:82; Jan 97:84

Stacy, Oct 96:87; Jan 97:89; Apr 97:80

Stamper, Oct 96:84; (photo) Nov 96:18; Jan 97:87, (photo) 93; Feb 97:79, 88; (photo) Apr 97:82

Stanley, Mar 97:83

St. Claire, Mar 97:87

Steele, Feb 97:101

Steffen, Oct 96:87

Stephens, Feb 97:83

Stephenson, Nov 96:86

Stevens, Jun 96:87; Aug 96:82 Feb 97:83

Stevenson, Oct 96:85

Stewart, Aug 96:85,103; Apr 97:86

Stickrey, (photo) Apr 97:96

Stickrod, (photo) Feb 97:64

Stiltner, Apr 97:84

Stogsdill, May 96:88

Stokes, Oct 96:85

Stone, Sep 96:91

Stowe, Mar 97:86

Strong, Aug 96:104

Suggett, Feb 97:101

Summers, May 96:86

Swango, (photo) Apr 97:83

Tackett, Sep 96:93

Tadlock, Jan 97:82; Feb 97:83

Talbot, Aug 96:103

Talbott, Oct 96:104

Tartar, Apr 97:81

Tate, Mar 97:83

Tatum, Aug 96:88

Taylor, Sep 96:90

Tharp, Sep 96:89

Tecumseh, Oct 96:89

Thacker, Oct 96:87; Feb 97:79; Mar 97:85

Thomas, May 96:88; Aug 96:85; Sep 96:93; Nov 96:82

Thompson, Aug 96:87; Oct 96:88

Threlkeld, Sep 96:82

Tibbs, Aug 96:81

Tinsley, Oct 96:85; Feb 97:102

Tirey, Jun 96:88

Towles, Aug 96:80; Nov 96:85, 104

Townsend, Oct 96:83

Trease, May 96:87

Troutman, Feb 97:87

Trusty, Sep 96:93; Feb 97:89

Turner, May 96:84; Nov 96:85; Feb 97:102

Turpin, Feb 97:78

Turtle, Aug 96:83

Tussey, May 96:86

Tyra, Jun 96:88

Tyree, Jun 96:88

Uhls, Jun 96:91

Unknown Photos, Jun 96:91; Aug 96:104, 105; Apr 97:100

Upton, Mar 97:90; Apr 97:83

Van Meter, Oct 96:83; Apr 97:82

Vantrin, Jan 97:88

Vaughn, Sep 96:86, Jan 97:87

Vawtrin, Jan 97:88

Vertrees, May 96:83

Vest, Nov 96:86

Vick, Feb 97:86

Vires, Aug 96:84

Waddle, Mar 97:85

Wade, Jun 96:102; Sep 96:84

Wages, Sep 96:91; Feb 97:83

Waggoner, Sep 96:107

Wagner, Feb 97:84

Walden, Jun 96:87

Walker, Jun 96:84; Jan 97:88; Mar 97:82

Wallace, Apr 97:80

Walter, May 96:90

Walton, Mar 97:84

Waltz, Jun 96:91

Ward, Oct 96:84, 85; Feb 97:78, (photo) 102

Wardell, Jan 97:82

Wardle, Apr 97:79

Warfield, Aug 96:103

Warren, Sep 96:82, 86; Oct 96:85; Apr 97:82

Wasson, Jan 97:92

Waters, Sep 96:86

Wathen, Jan 97:86

Watkins, Oct 96:86

Watson, (photo) Jun 96:87

Watts, Jun 96:84; Feb 97:86; Mar 97:104

Weaver, Mar 97:80

Webb, Sep 96:89

Webber, Sep 96:94

Webster, Feb 97:83

Wells, Oct 96:85; Feb 97:80; Mar 97:91

Wheatley, Feb 97:89

Wherritt, Sep 96:84

Whisman, (photo) Jan 97:86

Whitaker, Mar 97:82, 90

White, Sep 96:88; Oct 96:83; Jan 97:85; Feb 97:84; Mar 97:90; Apr 97:84

Whitley, Feb 97:89

Whitlow, (photo) Nov 96:85

Whitman, Oct 96:84

Wicker, Apr 97:78

Wilder, Nov 96:80

Wiley, (photo) Aug 96:85; (photo) Nov 96:83

Williams, May 96:82; Jun 96:92; Sep 96:76, 87; Jan 97:85, 102; Feb 97:80; Mar 97:88, 90, 91; Apr 97:80, 83, 84, 85

Willis, May 96:89; Apr 97:99

Willougby, Aug 96:80; (photo) Feb 97:84

Wills, Aug 96:84

Wilson, May 96:90; Aug 96:80, 82; Sep 96:84; Feb 97:82, 87

Wiman, Mar 97:89

Wimp, Feb 97:78

Windover, Sep 96:108

Winkler, Oct 96:89

Witherspoon, Oct 96:104

Witt, Jan 97:85

Wood, Sep 96:93

Woodward, (photo) Sep 96:90

Worrel, Aug 96:83

Worthington, Jun 96:84; Aug 96:84

Wright, Jun 96:90; Sep 96:92; Nov 96:82; Feb 97:78, 83, 85, 87

Wynn, Apr 97:80

Yates, May 96:84; Aug 96:82

Yeary, Sep 96:87

Young, Aug 96:88; Oct 96:87; (photo) Feb 97:89

Zane, Nov 96:86

 

General Store's Survival Story, Trapp, Jan 97:64

Glasgow Murder, Case of the Bloody Hand, Oct 96:17

Goebel, William, Assassination of, Jun 96:41

Great Depression, Memories Of, Apr 97:69

Green River Navigation, May 96:49

Groundhog Day, Feb 97:58

Hall, Talton, Hanging of, Sep 96:27

Hancock County Memories, Feb 97:35

Hanging Of Dick Shuck, Owen County, 1877, Mar 97:16

Hanks Family, Jack, Aug 96:77

Hatfield, "Devil Anse," Jun 96:24

Hay Mowing, May 96:23

Hays, Will S., Song Writer, Sep 96:26

Henderson, Richard, Transylvania Land Company, Nov 96:40

HISTORICAL MARKERS

Beckham County, Aug 96:24

Browder, Isham, Grave Of, Feb 97:19; Apr 97:49

Carr Creek Center, Oct 96:18

CSA Cemetery, Oldham County, Nov 96:21

CSA Returns To Tennessee, Mt. Vernon, Oct 96:18

Daniel Boone's Trace, Mar 97:33

Mason County Spies, Apr 97:49

Morris, Rob, Eastern Star Founder, Feb 97:19

Oakland Furnace, Aug 96:24

Paducah's First Public Well, Jun 96:30

Pewee Valley, Nov 96:21

Revolutionary War Soldiers, May 96:25

Saint Catharine, Jan 97:35

School For The Deaf., Mar 97:33

Smith, PFC David M., Medal of Honor Winner, Sep 96:30

Walton, Matthew, Washington County, Jan 97:35

Hitchcock Family, Apr 97:44

Holman-Waring Duel of 1819, Aug 96:26

Home, Memories of, Oct 96:49

Hopewell (Paris), Bourbon County, Feb 97:72

Hopkinsville, 1929, May 96:35

Howard Graves Found, Madison County, Mar 97:69

Huff, Uncle Jim, Feb 97:64

HUNTING

In The Cumberland Mountains, 1845, May 96:39

In Kentucky's Woods, Oct 96:32

Hunting Foxes, Aug 96:52

I Remember, May 96:104; Jun 96:53; Aug 96:74; Sep 96:110; Oct 96:106; Nov 96:106; Jan 97:106; Feb 97:104; Mar 97:92; Apr 97:100

Ice Skating, Once Popular Pastime, Jan 97:53

Index For Volume 10, Sep 96:114

Interurban Transit Companies, Feb 97:67

Jackson, Andrew, Marriage to Rachel Robards, May 96:31

Jackson Purchase, Description, Sep 96:20

Jacobs, Connie, Story Of A Mother's Love, Jan 97:49

Jefferson County, Black Bridge And Prospect, 1917, Apr 97:40

Kentucky City, Ballard County, 1858, Apr 97:41

KENTUCKY LIFE

Changes Came Slowly To Rural Kentucky, Feb 97:62

Memories Of Family, Apr 97:58

No-Nonsense Judges, Mar 97:11

Springtime, Mar 97:38

Summers Of Yesteryear, Aug 96:30

Uncle Will Cornett's Country Store, Aug 96:60

Kentucky Philosopher, The, Jun 96:31; Aug 96:50; Sep 96:67; Oct 96:67; Nov 96:60; Jan 97:62; Feb 97:39; Mar 97:73; Apr 97:55

Kentucky River, Rafting On, Nov 96:29

KENTUCKY

Sketch of, 1850s, Oct 96:20

Trip To, 1877, Nov 96:58

Kinniconick Creek, Lewis County, Oct 96:38

Knott, Gov. James P., Mar 97:112

L&N School At Corbin, Aug 96:49

Lafoon, Gov. Ruby, Aug 96:112

Leisure Time, Jun 96:64

Legislature, First Meeting, May 96:9

Leslie, Gov. Preston H., Jun 96:112

Letters, May 96:4; Jun 96:4; Aug 96:4; Sep 96:4; Oct 96:4; Nov 96:4; Jan 97:4; Feb 97:4; Mar 97:4; Apr 97:4

Lewis County, Visit To, Jun 96:77

Life Everlasting and Other Smokables, Oct 96:69

Lincoln, Abraham, How He Earned His First Dollar, Oct 96:45

LOUISVILLE

Legion's Military History, 76

Memories of, 1805, May 96:58

Scenes of, May 96:2; Jun 96:2; Aug 96:2; Sep 96:2; Oct 96:2; Nov 96:2

Southern Exposition, 1883, Jun 96:37

Trip Through The Canal, 1896, Oct 96:9

Lynch Mob Hanging In Louisa, Nov 96:20

McBride, James, Discovered Kentucky, Apr 97:67

McCreary, Gov. James B., Sep 96:128

Madisonville, Hopkins County, Sep 96:45

Mail Route Through Bluegrass, May 96:20

MAMMOTH CAVE

TB Hospital, Nov 96:22

Traveling Exhibition, Oct 96:46

Maple Syrup, Making, Mar 97:26

Marrowbone High School Basketball, Apr 97:26

Mayo, Jno. C.C., College, Paintsville, Nov 96:56

Mays Lick Settlers, Mar 97:46

Melungeon Settlers, Sep 96:35

Memories Of Olden Days, Nov 96:76

Memories From Leaner Times, Jan 97:72

Menefee, Richard H., Jun 96:27

Midwife, Laura Rose, Feb 97:53

Monroe, Bill, Nov 96:14

Morehead, Gov. Charles S., May 96:112

Morgan's Raiders, Nov 96:16

Mundy, Sue, Death Of, Mar 97:23

Neighbors Were Helpful During Hard Times, Oct 96:94

Nelson Furnace, Sep 96:40

News Tidbits, 1916, Nov 96:66

Night Riders, Bracken County, Nov 96:61

NYA Camp, Hardin County, Nov 96:30

Orphan Brigade, Leisure Time, Aug 96:8

Orphan Brigade Opposes Sherman's March, Sep 96:48

Outlaws in Mefford's Cave, Logan County, Oct 96:24

Owens, George, Helped Locate Dr. Walker's Cabin, Mar 97:41

Peddlers, A Way of Life In The Old Days, Oct 96:50

Pennyroyal Region, Origins Of Name, Apr 97:47

PICTORIAL

723rd Bomb Squad, Nov 96:6

Alexandria

High School, 1917, May 96:86

Post Card Scenes, 1908, Nov 96:66

Allen County, First Motorized Hearse, Jun 96:21

American War Mothers, Louisville, 1944, Mar 97:6

Arlington

Flegle Bros. Flour Mill, Sep 96:37

Walnut Street, Sep 96:36

Atchison, David R., Jan 97:36

Auburn, Mar 97:12

Bad Branch Falls, Jun 96:28

Balanced Rock, Sep 96:14

Baptism, Meadow Creek, Whitley County, 1900, May 96:88

Barbourville, Nov 96:50

Barren Lake State Resort Park, Aug 96:11

Baseball Teams, Early 1900s, Postcards, Apr 97:56

Beauty Queen, 1931, Sep 96:25

Benton, Feb 97:12

Berkley Giants, 1954 Baseball Team, Sep 96:108

Breckinridge, John Cabel, Monument, Lexington, Jan 97:12

Brodhead Post Card Scenes, Jan 97:24

Brooksville School, 1896, Nov 96:95

Burial Customs, Apr 97:1

Burnside, Postcard Views, Mar 97:54

Butler High School, Class of 1923, Jun 96:90

Cadiz, Town Sign, Feb 97:20

Campton, Jan 97:100

Carpenter, John, Sports Collector, Jun 96:36

Carrollton, Main Street, 1910, May 96:32

Campbellsville, Main Street, Oct 96:100

Capitol Building, 1920, Nov 96:1

Catlettsburg Post Card Scenes, Jan 97:56

CCC Camp

Buckhorn, May 96:56

Libby, Aug 96:25

Central City, Muhlenberg County, Oct 96:56

Christian Church, Sparta, 1910, Apr 97:90

Christian County Revolutionary Veteran, Oct 96:5

Christmas Dinner, 1927, Feb 97:75

Civil War Scenes, Garrard County, Jan 97:2

Clay's Ferry Bridge Dedication, 1946, May 96:109

Clifty School, Wolfe County, Mar 97:107

Coal Miners, May 96:42; Jun 96:53; Aug 96:6

Cooking Breakfast On a Wood Stove, Sep 96:1

Country Estates, 1880s, Feb 97:2

Covered Bridge, Bardstown, 1938, Oct 96:42

Creekbed As Road, Nov 96:10

Cumberland Gap Tunnel, Mar 97:37

Daniel Boone Festival, Barbourville, Jun 96:95

Danville, Main Street, Oct 96:100

Dobson, Aster, Photographer, Jan 97:60

Dudley High School Teachers, 1937, May 96:85

Earlington, Mrs. Pete's Boarding House, 1897, Jan 97:38

Early Basketball Players, May 96:66

Eminence High School's Football Team, Mar 97:7

Empire Day, Brandon, Calloway County, Oct 96:52

Falls Of Seventy-Six, Clinton County, Feb 97:45

Farmer's Bank, Clintonville, Jan 97:63

Fisher's Garrison, Oct 96:105

Flemingsburg, May 96:100

Flood Of 1913, Henderson, Apr 97:68

Fort Harrod, Oct 96:12

Fort Knox, 1936-37, Apr 97:61

Fort Thomas, Soldiers Drilling, 1890s, Oct 96:79

Frankfort Cemetery, Nov 96:12

Frenchburg High School Class Of 1946, Aug 96:86

General Store

Bardstown Junction, Oct 96:81

Breathitt Or Wolfe County, Apr 97:98

Germantown Post Office, 1900, Oct 96:106

Greensburg

Cow Day, Mar 97:10

Tobacco Market, Apr 97:87

Greenwood Mines, 1886, Apr 97:2

Haddix, Breathitt County, L&N Depot, Jun 96:54

Hardinsburg Normal School, 1916, May 96:107

Harrodsburg, Apr 97:12

Harvest, Berea, Oct 96:1

High Bridge, 1907, May 96:12

Hilltoppers, The, Musicians, Jun 96:109

Hindman High School Girls' Basketball Team, 1928, Nov 96:93

Holbrook, Hiram, Memorial, Nov 96:77

Honchul, Delbert, Mar 97:79

Horse Branch School, 1931, May 96:90

H.S. Chamberlain Riverboat, Jun 96:1

Indian Trace School, 1943-35, Oct 96:103

Irvington, Breckinridge County, General Store, Jun 96:29

Jackson

Main Street, Jun 96:100

Postcard Scenes, Feb 97:55

Jefferson Hotel, Jackson, 1930, Sep 96:111

Jenkins Police Department, Mar 97:105

L&N

Baseball Champs, 1911, Feb 97:46

Eastern Kentucky Division, Jeff, 1929, Apr 97:105

Employees, Lebanon Junction, Sep 96:8

Kingdom Come Curve, Whitesburg, Nov 96:74

Station, Hardin, Aug 96:74

Lafoon Becomes Governor, Aug 96:60

Lebanon, Main Street, Sep 96:112

Leckie Collieries, Aflex, Oct 96:54

Linwood, General Store, Aug 96:1

Livermore Bridge. Aug 96:29

Log House, Leslie County, May 96:93

Maysville, Cox Building, 1897, Apr 97:46

Middlesboro, May 96:100

Millersburg, Town Sign, Apr 97:43

Moonshiners, Breathitt County, Jan 97:91

Morgan's Raiders In Paris, Mar 97:2

Morgue School, Breathitt County, 1938, Jan 97:89

Mother Goose Market, Feb 97:28

Mount Vernon, Main Street, Sep 96:112

Murray

Main Street, Mar 97:12

Town Sign, Mar 97:22

My Old Kentucky Home, Dedication to the State, Sep 96:71

Needsmore School, Jessamine County, Feb 97:37

New Hope Church Sunday School, Owsley County, 1940, Apr 97:75

Newport, Jan 97:100

Old Mulkey Church, Oct 96:104

Old Regular Primitive Baptist Church, Perry County, Sep 96:31

Old Republican School, Columbia, 1901, Jun 96:94

Orphan Brigade, 1887, Feb 97:18

Ottenheim School, Jun 96:102

Owenton And Grant County Line Turnpike Stock, Mar 97:53

Owingsville High School, 9th Grade, 1938, Apr 97:101

Paris, Feb 97:12

Parker Elementary School, Somerset, Nov 96:89

Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Jan 97:43

Pine Mountain Park Lodge, G.I. Reception, May 96:30

Porter's Drug Store, Berea, Nov 96:37

Poultry Judging Team, Oil Springs, 1962, Mar 97:5

Princeton

High School, Princeton, Sep 96:74

Main Street, Apr 97:12

Railroad

Memorabilia Collector, William Myers, Sep 96:120

Scene, Beattyville, 1911, Nov 96:64

Workers, May 96:69; Jun 96:59, 96; Aug 96:7, 10; Sep 96:101; Jan 97:54; Apr 97:32

Rally Day, Carroll County, Aug 96:23

Riverboats, Paducah, Apr 97:89

Rock Bridge Trail, Jun 96:12

Shelbyville, Jun 96:100

Shepherdsville, Aug 96:100

Spencer County Fair, 1908, Feb 97:65

Spring Water, Miracle Cure, Sep 96:29

Somerset, Nov 96:100

Sorghum Making, Jan 97:1

St. James School, Elizabethtown, 1947, Apr 97:104

Stinnett Settlement School, 1928, Sep 96:84

Tecumseh, Mar 97:1

Trees, Extremely Large, Jan 97:16

Upton, Hardin County, Mar 97:47

USS Hammann, Mar 97:60

Washing Day, Feb 97:1

Wayland Coal Miners, Jan 97:90

Waynesburg, Lincoln County, Early Views, Oct 96:40

Whitesburg, Aug 96:100

Williamstown, Nov 96:100

Wooldridge Monuments, Maplewood Cemetery, Jan 97:12

Pineville, Bell County, 1895, Feb 97:29

Playmates, Jun 96:76

Plum Granny, Jan 97:31

POEMS

Ballad of Captain Henry Chapman Swango, The, Oct 96:77

Ballad Of Pearl Bryan, Aug 96:16

Daddy's Country Store, Aug 96:73

In Kentucky, Aug 96:22

Kentucky Calls, Feb 97:52

Mother's School Bell, Nov 96:26

Mountain Spring Time, May 96:26

Rowan County Trouble, Nov 96:70

To Ruth Burgett Casebolt On Mother's Day, May 96:13

Where Forefathers Trod, Mar 97:59

Pollution, Kentucky's Water Supply, Nov 96:73

POST OFFICES

Beauty, Apr 97:108

Carlisle, Mar 97:91

Eastern, Oct 96:22

Livingston, Nov 96:103

Mill Springs, Feb 97:106

Quincy, Aug 96:30

Rowdy, Sep 96:126

Yosemite, Jan 97:107

Post Offices Listed By County, 1927, Part 2, May 96:43

Post Offices Listed By County, 1927, Part 3, Jun 96:44

Prison Conditions, 1800's, Jan 97:7

Quilts, Part of Life Gone By, Sep 96:121

RAILROAD

Advice From Old-Time Railroad Man, Nov 96:48

L&N's Mountain Night Owl, Sep 96:10

Mammoth Cave Railroad, Jun 96:8

Steam Trains, Golden Age of, May 96:63

Train Wreck, Banklick, 1942, Oct 96:35

Work Train, Rockcastle County, Oct 96:19

Recipes, May 96:94; Jun 96:105; Aug 96:99; Sep 96:62; Oct 96:72; Nov 96:97; Jan 97:81; Feb 97:109; Mar 97:76; Apr 97:95

Religions In Pioneer Kentucky, Mar 97:29

Reverence For Elders, Jan 97:52

Road Building, Early Days In Kentucky, Apr 97:8

Rolley Hole, Aug 96:63

Rousey Brothers, Casey County, Mar 97:39

Salem, Livingston County, History Of, Feb 97:14

Salt Springs, Aug 96:69

Saltpetre Cave, Aug 96:17

Sassafras Tea, Aug 96:41

School, One-Room, May 96:52

School Road, Memories of, Oct 96:58

Seasons Of Yesteryear, Nov 96:55

Secret People Of Kentucky, Feb 97:44

Settlers Led By Col. John Bowman, 1777, Jan 97:77

Shakertown, Visit To, 1917, Jan 97:40

Skunk Farm, 1890s, Feb 97:16

State Parks, Jun 96:18

State Seal, Aug 96:42

Station Camp Creek, Sep 96:77

STEAMBOATS

Collision Near Warsaw, 1868, Jan 97:58

Golden Age of, Sep 96:16

News And Notes From, 1858, Apr 97:42

Streetcars In Early Kentucky, Jun 96:32

Swango Family, Civil War Involvement, Oct 96:74

Tar Industry in Laurel County, Sep 96:57

Taylor, Gen. Zachary, Only President Buried In Kentucky, Apr 97:50

Tecumseh, Who Killed Him, Mar 97:72

Teaching At Bell Point, Wayne County, 1931, Feb 97:21

Telephones, Early Communication, Jun 96:63

Thanksgiving Turkey, Jun 96:58

Thomas, John Henry, An Ox Trainer, Oct 96:90

Train Robbery, Webster, Breckinridge County, Mar 97:70

Travel By Horseback, Jan 97:17

Travel Log, Louisville To Mammoth Cave, 1916, Jan 97:10

Tye's Ferry Tragedy, Jan 97:37

Updates To Four Stories By Odis Harris, Feb 97:59

"Uncle Tom's Cabin", Aug 96:32

Undercover Agent, Hansford T. Shacklette, Aug 96:70

Veterinarians of Pioneer Kentucky, May 96:105

Violence In Kentucky, 1880s, Mar 97:57

Warrior's Path, Jun 96:74

Wasioto Community, Bell County, Jun 96:107

Wasioto Spring, Pineville, Nov 96:65

WILD FLOWERS

Bunch Berry (Dwarf Cornel), Feb 97:91

Butterfly Weed (Pleurisy Root), Sep 96:96

Chickory (Succory), Jan 97:105

Common Cinquefoil (Five Finger), Nov 96:104

Common Mullein, Oct 96:95

Early Saxifrage, May 96:107

Pipsissewa (Prince's Pine), Mar 97:81

Solomon's Seal, Jun 96:108

Thimble Weed, Aug 96:79

Wintergreen (Checkerberry, Mountain Tea), Apr 97:93

Wind Cave, Jackson County, Jan 97:20

Winn's Cave, Wayne County, Sep 96:32

Woman Bus Driver, Sep 96:24

Women As Helpless Females, Oct 96:34

WORD PUZZLE

Early Elkton Citizens, Mar 97:77

Kentuckians In The Performing Arts, Jun 96:104

Kentucky's Artists, Apr 97:94

Kentucky's Counties Before 1800, Jan 97:80

Kentucky's Lakes, May 96:95

Morgan County WW II Veterans, Nov 96:96

NCAA Basketball Championship, Aug 96:66

Pioneers, Oct 96:68

Settlers of Lexington, Sep 96:65

Unusual Kentuckians, Feb 97:74

 

WORLD WAR I

Kentucky Soldier's Exploits, Nov 96:27

Kentucky Soldier's Letter Home During, Feb 97:8

 

WORLD WAR II

Japanese Surrender, Kentuckian Was There, Mar 97:64

Scrap Iron Effort, Sep 96:70