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Kentucky History Treasures – Doram Portraits

It can sometimes be hard to piece together parts of this country's African American history because it wasn't traditionally recorded. However, two portraits that...

Kentucky History Treasures – Brian’s Station

In today's Kentucky history treasures, you'll find out about Brain's Station and how Kentucky has ties to the revolutionary war. You'll also learn how...

KENTUCKY HISTORY TREASURES – BEVERLY HILLS SUPPER CLUB FIRE

Learn the story of The Beverly Hills Supper Club fire in northern Kentucky and how it's still one of the deadliest nightclub fires in...

Kentucky History Treasures- Narcotic Farm

Doug High shows us how the state studied drug addiction in the 70's.

Kentucky History Treasures- Bryan Station

Doug High shares the story of Bryan Station's fort and how women shaped history there.

Kentucky History Treasures- Campaign Banners

In this Kentucky History Treasures, Doug High tells us about campaign banners in Kentucky's history.

Kentucky History Treasures- Dueling Pistols

Doug High talks about the history of dueling in Kentucky.

Kentucky History Treasures- Dueling Pistols

On this Kentucky History Treasures, Doug High shares with us the history of dueling in Kentucky.

Kentucky History Treasures- Paul Sawyer

Paul Sawyer lived the early part of his adult life here in Frankfort, Ky and really became known for his watercolor landscapes.

Kentucky History Treasures- Haunted Chest

Does this artifact live up to it's name?

Kentucky History Treasures- Lincoln Watch

Perhaps the most prominent piece in the collection of the Kentucky Historical Society belonged to the president himself.

Kentucky History Treasures- Muhammad Ali

He's not from horse racing or UK basketball, yet he is still a legend in Kentucky Sports.