KHS Multimedia Archive

Archived Virtual Tours and Experiences

View past tours and interviews that were originally presented LIVE on our Facebook page. (Currently offered Tuesdays at 1 p.m.)

The videos are arranged to begin with June 2020 through March 2020. More recent videos are offered on our Virtual Visitor page.)

 

Virtual Tour – 6/30/2020
1860 Murder Trial from Caldwell County, documented by the  Civil War Governors of Kentucky Digital Documentary Edition
A discussion with Chuck Welsko, CWGK Project Manager
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 6/16/2020
Artifacts from Kentucky’s first and only female governor, Gov. Martha Layne Collins.
Guide: Jennifer Disponette, National History Day in Kentucky State Coodinator
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 6/16/2020
The Women’s Suffrage Traveling Trunk (available to classrooms)
Guide: Claire Gwaltney, Teacher Programs Manager
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 6/9/2020
Artifacts Relating to Protests and Demonstrations
Guide: Andrew Washburn, KHS Curator
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 5/28/2020
Artifacts Relating to the Kentucky High School Experience
Guide: Julie Kemper, KHS Curator of Object Learning
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 5/21/2020
Collections Storage: Kentucky in the Civil War
Guide: Chuck Welsko, Project Manager for the Civil War Governors of Kentucky Digital Documentary Edition
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 5/21/2020
Collections Storage: Kentucky Musician and Instrument Maker Homer Ledford
Guides: Sarah Schmitt, Oral History Administrator – Kentucky Historical Society; Mark Brown, Folk and Traditional Arts Director – Kentucky Arts Council
(designed for a general audience)

The Kentucky Arts Council, is the state arts agency responsible for developing and promoting support for the arts in Kentucky. Listen to their podcast.

Virtual Tour – 5/19/2020
Kentucky Military History Museum: Memorial Day
Guide: Claire Gwaltney, Teacher Programs Administrator
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 5/14/2020
The Hall of Governors
Guide: Rebecca Wishnevski, Museum Programs Specialist
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 5/12/2020
A Kentucky Journey: Depression Era
(designed for teachers, students, and a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 5/7/2020
A Kentucky Journey: World War II
(designed for teachers, students, and a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 5/5/2020
Archival Storage – Scrapbooks
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/30/2020
A Kentucky Journey – Coal Mining
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/28/2020
A Kentucky Journey – Industry and Inventiveness of the Industrial Age
(designed for a family audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/23/2020
A Kentucky Journey – The Victorian Era
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/21/2020
Collections Storage – Women Behaving Badly (and Changing History)
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/16/2020
Kentucky History Center – Poetry in Color: Paul Sawyier’s Two Villages
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/14/2020
Kentucky History Center – The Civil War
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/09/2020
Kentucky History Center – Antebellum Era
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/07/2020
Kentucky Military History Museum – Civil War
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 4/02/2020
Kentucky History Center – Frontier Kentucky
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 3/31/2020
Old State Capitol – Architecture and Design
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 3/26/2020
Kentucky History Center – First Kentuckians: Native Americans
(designed for a student audience)

The Kentucky Heritage Council, the state historic preservation agency, offers several educational resources for teachers.
Teaching About Native Americans” includes resource packets, teachers’ guides, activity sheets, lesson plans, content sheets and more.

Virtual Tour – 3/24/2020
Old State Capitol – Dueling Grounds
(designed for a general audience)

Virtual Tour – 3/19/2020
Old State Capitol – Government at Work Tour
(designed for a student audience)

Virtual Tour – 3/17/2020
Old State Capitol – Architectural and History Tour
(designed for a general audience)