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A Moment in Kentucky History: Muhammad Ali

Oct 25, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Muhammad Ali.


A Moment in Kentucky History: Robert P. Letcher

Oct 24, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentuck Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Robert P. Letcher, former Governor of Kentucky.


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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about a 100-mile bicycle race from Lexington to Covington in 1896. 


A Moment in Kentucky History: Hascal Haile

Oct 22, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Hascal Haile, a Kentucky musician.


A Moment in Kentucky History: Georgia Davis Powers

Oct 18, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Georgia Davis Powers, the first person of color and first woman to be elected to the Kentucky Senate.


A Moment in Kentucky History: The Riney B Railroad

Oct 17, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about The Riney B Railroad, the railroad that runs through Richmond, Irvine, Nicholasville, and Beattyville.


A Moment in Kentucky History: David Rice Atchison

Oct 16, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about David Rice Atchison, Lexington native and former United States Senator.


A Moment in Kentucky History: The Colonel's Lady

Oct 11, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the Colonel's Lady, Claudia Ellen Sanders, the wife of Colonel Sanders.


A Moment in Kentucky History: Wilderness Road

Oct 10, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Wilderness Road, first cleared by Daniel Boone and his men.


A Moment in Kentucky History: George W. Neighbors

Oct 9, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about George W. Neighbors, a prominent African American in Kentucky in the field of visual and musical arts.


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This History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the hottest temperature in Kentucky's history.


A Moment in Kentucky History: Bloody Breathitt

Oct 7, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Bloody Breathitt, the scene of violence and destruction as a family feud broke out with over a hundred deaths.


A Moment in Kentucky History: Sadie Mae Yancey

Oct 4, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Sadie Mae Yancey, Lexington native and a passionate advocate for education.


A Moment in Kentucky History: Cumberland Falls

Oct 3, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Cumberland Falls, "Niagara of the South."


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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the song "Blue Moon of Kentucky."


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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the history of black jockeys in Kentucky.


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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the first stagecoach in Kentucky.


A Moment in Kentucky History: Bivouac of the Dead

Sep 16, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanites. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the poem by Boyle County native Theodore O'hara Bivouac of the Dead. Written for the Kentucky men who died in the Mexican War, it became known as one of the most notable elegies in American literature.


A Moment in Kentucky History: Mary Todd Lincoln

Sep 12, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Mary Todd Lincoln.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: The Sisters of Charity

Sep 11, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about The Sisters of Charity of Kentucky.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: Thomas Metcalfe

Sep 10, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Former Kentucky Governor Thomas Metcalfe.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: Alice Allison Dunnigan

Sep 9, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Alice Allison Dunnigan, Logan County native, the first African-American White House Correspondent.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: The U.S.S. Kentuckian

Sep 6, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the U.S.S. Kentuckian, built in 1910, part of World War I and World War II.

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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Lexington's very own "King Solomon," the man who helped bury the dead when cholera took many lives.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: Henry Clay Monument

Sep 3, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the Henry Clay Monument in Lexington.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: Union Station

Sep 2, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Union Station in Lexington, a train station located at East Main Street and preent day Martin Luther King Blvd. 

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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the celebration in Eighty Eight, Kentucky on August 8, 1988 that drew people from all over the world.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: Washington, Kentucky

Aug 29, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the naming of the town Washington, Kentucky. The first town in the United States named after George Washington.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: Matthew Harris Jouett

Aug 28, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Matthew Harris Jouett, one of the Commonwealth's premiere portrait artists.

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A Moment in Kentucky History: Bloody Monday

Aug 27, 2019
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Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about Bloody Monday that occurred on August 6, 1855. Members of the "Know-Nothing Party" attacked German and Irish immigrants in Louisville.

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