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    • Oral History Interview with Clarence Williams & Richard Williams

    • The Community Memories Oral History Project explores African American life in Frankfort and Franklin County and was conducted in conjunction with the earlier photographic project collecting family photographs of the members of this community. The...
    • 06-04-2002
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    • Oral History Interview with Margurite Shauntee

    • The Community Memories Oral History Project explores African American life in Frankfort and Franklin County and was conducted in conjunction with the earlier photographic project collecting family photographs of the members of this community. The...
    • 04-11-1996
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    • Edward F. Prichard, Jr. Oral History Project, 29 June 1983

    • One of the state's most influential leaders in politics and education, Edward F. Prichard, Jr. and his associates discuss Prichard family history and politics, Bourbon County life in the 1920s, Prichard's early interest in the law, the Ku Klux Klan...
    • 29-06-1983
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    • Map of Reconnaissance...

    • "...exhibiting the country between Washington and New Orleans with the Routes examined in reference to a contemplated National Road between these two cities."
      Map plots a national road from Washington to New Orleans. Louisville, Lexington,...
    • ca. 1806
    • KHS Map Collection
    • Court House, Hopkinsville, Ky.

    • A Black and white picture of a courthouse with barren trees in the foreground, and a buggy near the front entrance. The ground is covered in snow, and there are several wooden ladders leaning against the trees. There are several other buildings in...
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    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ronald Morgan Kentucky Postcard Collection, Graphic 5
    • Bethel Female College, Hopkinsville, Ky.

    • A Black and white picture of the Bethel Female College. Flowering trees are in the foreground, with several women in the yard playing various games. KY Historical Marker # 1269 states: Bethel Female College was organized by the Bethel Baptist...
    • 1908
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ronald Morgan Kentucky Postcard Collection, Graphic 5
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1911-1914

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1911-1914
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1904

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1904
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1893-1897

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1893-1897
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1887-1893

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1887-1893
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1914-1917

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1914-1917
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1909-1911

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1909-1911
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1880-1885

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1880-1885
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Birthplace Near Hopkinsville, KY. & Jefferson Davis

    • B&W postcard showing image of the birthplace of Jefferson Davis near Hopkinsville, KY. Inset portrait of Jefferson Davis also shown. Sent to Mr. Louis Thiaton (Buechel, KY).
    • 1906
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ronald Morgan Kentucky Postcard Collection, Graphic 5

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