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The Harvest and the Reapers: Oral Traditions of Kentucky

by Kenneth Clarke and Mary Clarke

The oral tradition of Kentucky is one of the most rich and interesting in the nation and has attracted a number of outstanding men and women—scholars and writers, teachers and singers—who have devoted their energies to Kentucky’s folk and their ways.

The Newspaper Press in Kentucky

by Herndon J. Evans

The story of Kentucky’s newspapers is the story of our political, economic, and social life.

Audubon: The Kentucky Years

by L. Clark Keating

Kentucky attracted an amazing variety of would-be settlers in pioneer days, but none with brighter talent than John James Audubon.

A Darkness at Dawn: Appalachian Kentucky and the Future

by Harry M. Caudill

Outspoken Appalachian writer Harry M. Caudill analyzes the exploitation and decline of the eastern Kentucky mountain lands, which have rendered “no people in the nation.

The Green River of Kentucky

by Helen Bartter Crocker

Cutting a wide east-west swath from the Appalachian foothills to the heart of the western Kentucky coalfields, the Green River valley extends from below the Tennessee border in the south to the Ohio River in the north.