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Contents of the Fall 2014 issue of Kentucky Humanities:

FEATURES

Presley O'Bannon

by James C. Claypool

Logan County's Presley O'Bannon was a first lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps who was ordered to lead the marine expeditionary force that defeated the Barbary pirates in 1805 in Tripoli.

In Search of the Humanities

by Duane Bolin

Asking the Right Questions

Kentucky Marine

by David J. Bettez

Major General Logan Feland and the Making of the Modern USMC (excerpt from University Press of Kentucky book)

A Band of Brothers and Sisters

by James M. Gifford

The Patriotic Osborne family of Floyd County

A Damned Bad Treaty?

by George C. Herring

Henry Clay and the Peace of Ghent

Daddy

by Georgia Green Stamper

Fathers depicted in literature a tribute to her father

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Marianne Stoess, editor
marianne.stoess@uky.edu

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marianne.stoess@uky.edu

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