My Old Kentucky Home

The beautiful state of my birth and where my heart actually lies.Oh Kentucky, how I love and miss you! Maybe someday we'll move back.
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Fort Boonesborough State Park- Richmond, KY -Where Daniel Boone built a fort for protection for the Kentucky settlers.

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“If these United States can be called a body, then Kentucky can be called its heart.” - Jesse Stuart print by Bryan Patrick Todd

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Hodgenville, KY - birthplace of Abraham Lincoln

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“If these United States can be called a body, then Kentucky can be called its heart.” - Jesse Stuart print by Bryan Patrick Todd

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Cumberland Falls. One of Kentucky's beautiful State Parks.

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My Old Kentucky Home

A Derby Style Celebration of Faith and Community Service

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Shaker Village, Pleasant Hill in Kentucky is a restored Shaker community and living history museum. It is a MUST SEE when you visit Kentucky.

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National Corvette Museum Sinkhole, Bowling Green, KY | Atlas Obscura

National Corvette Museum Sinkhole

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Setting Tobacco

Russellville events

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Kentucky Map of Daniel Boone National Forest - Red River Gorge, Natural Bridge, Cave Run Lake, Cumberland Falls ...

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Red River Gorge Loop Drive: 46 mile National Byway route on KY 11,77,715 & KY 15, passing through the Nada Tunnel and old logging railroad tunnel along the Red River. Over 150 natural sandstone arches in the area and three waterfalls in the gorge.

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Tobacco leaves drying in KY

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Cutting Tobacco 1940

Theme: Dust Bowl/Agriculture/Migrant Workers

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These auction house were filled with the lovely scent of tobacco. This is not a cigarette smell and it is lovely. Tobacco auction of cured tobacco in Eastern North Carolina. www.rootsweb.ance...

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Tobacco - used to be Kentucky's Gold

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Tobacco farming in KY - you used to see this everywhere but it's mostly a thing of the past now

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These are stone fences built in the 1700-1800's and similar are across the road from my house...They are all over central Kentucky

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The Jefferson Davis Monument State Historic Site is a Kentucky State Park preserving the birthplace of Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederate States of America. It is located in Fairview, Kentucky, in Todd County, 9 miles east of Hopkinsville, Kentucky along U.S. Highway 68. The focal point of the site is a 351-foot tall concrete obelisk.

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President Lincoln's childhood home in Kentucky.

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Kentucky: horse farms and stone fences

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Pisgah Presbyterian Church - A beautiful church and cemetery built in 1784 and is located in Versailles, Kentucky. Great shot by Instagrammer jdjudah #kentucky #travelKy

Pisgah Presbyterian Church

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Fort Boonesborough State Park in Central Kentucky

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Stone fences, built in the 19th century by Irish immigrants, line scenic byways throughout Bourbon County, Kentucky

Kentucky's Bourbon Country

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President Lincoln's childhood home in Kentucky.

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