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The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia

edited by Gerald L. Smith, Karen Cotton McDaniel, and John A. Hardin

The story of African Americans in Kentucky is as diverse and vibrant as the state’s general history.

Mammals Of Kentucky

by Roger W. Barbour and Wayne H. Davis

Because of its central situation in the Eastern United States and the variety of habitats to be found within its borders, Kentucky has an interesting mixture of mammals, including some characteristic of the Deep South, the West, and the North.

The Papers of Henry Clay: The Rising Statesman, 1797-1814, Volume 1

by Henry Clay

Henry Clay’s career spanned a half century of a great formative period in American history.

The Papers of Henry Clay: Candidate, Compromiser, Elder Statesman, January 1, 1844-June 29, 1852, Volume 10

by Henry Clay

The culminating volume in The Papers of Henry Clay begins in 1844, the year when Clay came within a hair's breadth of achieving his lifelong goal-the presidency of the United States.

The Papers of Henry Clay: Presidential Candidate, 1821-1824, Volume 3

by Henry Clay

This third volume in the ten-volume series covers the career of Henry Clay from the Second Session of the Sixteenth Congress, where he engineered the second Missouri Compromise, to the presidential election of 1824, when he found himself eliminated as a candidate.