Kentucky--History--18th century; Frontier and pioneer life--Kentucky; Land use--Kentucky--History--18th century; Land tenure--Kentucky--18th century; Land settlement patterns--Kentucky--History--18th century
This study provides a narrative of Revolutionary Kentucky, focused on three key areas. First, it traces the struggle Native Americans, white settlers and speculators, and the various colonial, state, imperial, and national governments that claimed...
Water receding after the flood at the junction of Winnrose and Fairland Place. A man stands at the water's edge and a woman walks toward a car in a driveway. The sidewalks are wet. Photograph was taken in the late morning.
A black dumpster sits in the driveway of 4405 Winnrose Way with a blue car parked in front of it. Debris from the flood sits in the backyard of the neighbor's house. Photograph was taken in the late morning.
Farmers' markets--Kentucky--Louisville; African Americans--Nutrition; African American consumers--Kentucky--Louisville; Health promotion--Kentucky--Louisville--Citizen participation; Food--Social aspects
The purpose of this study is to obtain a better understanding of the interactions and the
social environment of the local farmers' markets, Fresh Stops, and Healthy in a Hurry
Corner Stores in West Louisville and East Downtown. This study will...
The Louisville Leader was an African-American newspaper published from 1917 to 1950 by I. Willis Cole in Louisville, Kentucky. An article has been clipped from the center of pages one and two of this issue.