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    Chief Red Bird, Clay County, Kentucky Son of a fur trader, he proved the tribes to be capable people. He was present as a translator when they made a treaty to move to the west in the Carolinas and later Chief Red Bird went into hiding after getting stabbed in the back.

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    Chief RedBird Totsuwha Arron Brock (1721 - 1820) - Find A Grave Photos

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    "A Kentucky mountain woman is here shown enjoying a book brought by a WPA pack horse librarian, 1930s in Whitley County, KY.

    WPA Library History Project South Carolina Pictures

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    Middlesboro Kentucky 1929 Where KY, TN and VA meet

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    Cumberland River Flood Pineville, Ky 2015

    Cumberland River Flood Pineville, Ky 2015

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    Broadway looking east from Brook Street, Louisville, KY, 1937 Flood. [Subject Photograph Collection, FLO-253]

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    Berea College: A Phantom Runner, Undying Tragedies, and the Ghostly Tour Guide Tucked away in the Kentucky woods, this obscure liberal arts college houses quite a few phantoms. As with so many other colleges, many of these hauntings are said to originate from tragic happenings in the school’s past. Still, it also has its odd, inexplicabl

    National Paranormal Association: October 2011

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    Dr. Pierce Martin, the coal-company doctor, stops by to see young baby which he delivered. Kentucky Straight Creek Coal Company, Belva Mine, Four Mile, Bell County, Kentucky.

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    Made from tobacco sacks : In Grandmother's Day | Old-Time Happy Housewifery

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    People on bank of creek near Grayson after baptism. KY. 19--?. Kentuckiana Digital Library.

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    Coal mining in Eastern #Kentucky

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    This is a view of Loretta Lynn's house in Butcher Holler Kentucky. This area of Kentucky is famous for it's coal mines, hard working people, astounding poverty, and Loretta Lynn.

    Loretta Lynn Coal Miner's Daughter Home Butcher Holler Kentucky

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    5 March 2015 - Winter Storm Thor: Record Two-Day Snowstorm - Cars remain on Interstate 65 southbound, after being stranded on the hill to Elizabethtown, Kentucky., the previous evening. A storm dumped up to 21 inches of snow. (Photo: Pat McDonogh, The (Louisville, KY) Courier-Journal)

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    Butcher Holler...birthplace of Loretta Lynn

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    Old Slave House in Lexington, Kentucky

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    Mountaineers crossing the Kentucky River over swinging bridge, carrying their supplies home from Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky 8a43189u

    Mountaineers crossing the Kentucky River over swinging bridge, carrying their supplies home from Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky 8a43189u

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    Kentucky 1901

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    Old Taylor Distillery, the Kentucky Castle, Frankfort, Kentucky

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    floyd county kentucky | Floyd County, Kentucky

    Wayland, Kentucky

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    50 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Kentucky

    50 Things You Probably Didn′t Know About Kentucky

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    Bowling Green Ky Railroad

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    Leather-britches---Greenbeans that are picked from the garden and have already started turning are often used for dried beans. They are usually tied or stitched with a needle and thread; 30-50 beans long and then placed in an area for drying. In the Wintertime, the beans and husks were boiled with "fat-back pork" and seasoned with salt and pepper.

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    How Kentucky Became Southern, by former turf writer Maryjean Wall. University Press of Kentucky...

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    Appalachia has a long history of sugar making. The Cherokees threw hot rocks into hollowed-out logs that were filled with sap. The early colonial settlers, too, quickly learned to make the sweet stuff: even though census enumerators were inconsistent in reporting maple sugar production, the 1790 output is reported for 26 Appalachian counties of southwest Virginia, West Virginia, eastern Kentucky, and eastern Tennessee.

    When the Wind's in the West, the Sap runs Best - Appalachian History

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    Kentucky Long Rifle

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