The Chronicle

KHS staff blog

KHS Resources on Education

Access to high quality education remains a headline issue in Kentucky and the nation. The KHS resources below document the history of education in Kentucky and show how Kentuckians across the centuries dealt with changes to education systems. Civil War Governors of Kentucky J.B. Bowman et al. to Thomas E. Bramlette, June 24, 1865. Board resolutions agreeing
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KHS Resources on Immigrants & Refugees

With the current talk about immigrants and refugees in the news, it is useful to understand that questions related to immigration and refugees are not new.  The KHS resources below document stories of immigration and show how Kentuckians across the centuries dealt with these questions. Civil War Governors of Kentucky The Caroline Chronicles. An African
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Centre Point Podcast features KOHC-supported Oral History Project

Once an oral history has been collected, how do historians, teachers and the general public use them? In all sorts of ways—from classroom material to data collection and even as material for podcasts! Centre College’s Centre Point Podcast features interviews of World War II veterans that Centre students conducted last academic year. So far, it ha
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KHS Fellowship Program Connects Researchers to Resources

By Amanda Higgins, community engagement administrator The Research Fellowship Program at the Kentucky Historical Society consistently allows our staff to interact with some of the best minds working on U.S. history. While the research the fellows conduct while here is important, KHS excels at connecting fellows to people, places and resources they didn&rsquo
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