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Jul 9, 2012Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy
During the Civil War in Kentucky, family lines were often the battle lines.
Created by the Frazier History Museum in Louisville with support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Sponsored by Brown-Forman and Forcht Bank and media sponsors WKYT-TV, WLAP-AM and The State Journal.
Open to the public during the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History's regular hours of operation
Location: Keeneland Changing Exhibits Gallery
Runs through Dec 8, 2012
Historical Marker Dedication: Tompkinsville National Cemetery
The Kentucky Historical Marker Program, administered by KHS in cooperation with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, commemorates historical sites, events and personalities throughout the state. Through the program, the wealth of Kentucky history is made accessible to the public on markers along the state’s roadways. The markers are on-the-spot history lessons that add drama and interest to the countryside for Kentuckians as well as tourists. They are also available in an online database at www.history.ky.gov
For more information, contact Becky Riddle, Kentucky Historical Marker program coordinator.
Location: Corner of 2nd & Emberton Sts., Tompkinsville
For more information contact Becky Riddle at 502-564-1792, ext. 4474 or email email@example.com