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Heritage Spotlights


 

Spotlight No. 1
Ribbon of History
The Maysville to Lexington Road
A. Gwynn Henderson and Nancy O’Malley

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Spotlight No. 2
Early Inns and Homes
Along the Maysville to Lexington Trace
A. Gwynn Henderson and Nancy O’Malley

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Heritage Spotlight
Adena: Woodland Period Moundbuilders of the Bluegrass
A. Gwynn Henderson and Eric J. Schlarb

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Heritage Spotlight
A Context of the Railroad Industry in Clark County and Statewide Kentucky
Mathia N. Scherer, Tim W. Sullivan, Kathryn McGrath, Anne Tobbe Bader, Sara Deurelll, and Michelle Massey


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Heritage Spotlight No. 5
Uncovering the Lives of Kentucky's Enslaved People
M. Jay Stottman and Lori C. Stahlgren

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Heritage Spotlight
The Historic Resources of the Louisville and Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project



Heritage Spotlight No. 6
Something Unexpected: Investigating the 8,500-year old Canton Site in Trigg County, Kentucky
Eric J. Schlarb, A. Gwynn Henderson, and David Pollack


Heritage Spotlight
A Survey of Truss, Suspension, and Arch Bridges
G. D. Rawlings

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Heritage Spotlight
Statewide Historic Bridge Survey
Sue Hiller and A. Carlos Landaburu

Heritage Spotlight No. 10
Historic Themes for the Evaluation of Kentucky Highway Bridges 1780-1940
Helen C. Powell

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Heritage Spotlight No. 11
Historic Highway Bridges in Kentucky, 1792-1950 Vol. I
Karen Hudson

Heritage Spotlight
Historic Highway Bridges in Kentucky, 1792-1950, Volume II
Karen Hudson

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Heritage Spotlight
Historic Highway Bridges in Kentucky, 1792-1950, Volume III
Karen Hudson

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Heritage Spotlight
Historic Highway Bridges in Kentucky, 1792-1950, Volume IV
Karen Hudson

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