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Buzzel about Kentucky

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In this collection, ten contributors trace the evolution of Kentucky from First West to Early Republic. The authors tell the stories of the state's remarkable settlers and inhabitants: Indians, African Americans, working-class men and women, wealthy planters, and struggling farmers. Eager settlers built defensive forts across the countryside, while women and slaves used re ...more
Hardcover, 268 pages
Published October 29th 1998 by University Press of Kentucky (first published 1998)
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