Kentucky Humanities Magazine


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Contents of the Spring 2014 issue of Kentucky Humanities:

FEATURES

James Still, Born in a Cotton Patch, He Said He Was 

by Frederick Smock

An Appreciation 

The Graves County Boys

by Marianne Walker

A Tale of Kentucky Basketball, Perseverance, and the Unlikely Championship of the Cuba Cubs

The Search for Something Sweet 

by Dr. Marshall Myers

Sorghum Molasses in Kentucky

Yes, They too were Kentuckians 

by James C. Claypool 

A look at some well-known, and not-so-well-known, people in Kentucky history.

In Search of the Humanities 

by James Duane Bolin 

A Connecting Link

Grass Chiggers and Blackberries

by Georgia Green Stamper

A story from an Owen County farm.

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Marianne Stoess, editor
marianne.stoess@uky.edu

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