Telling Kentucky's Story


Kentucky Humanities magazine is serious about telling Kentucky's story.



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In Search of the Humanities

by James Duane Bolin

My Uncle Marsh and the Great War

James Bethel Gresham

By Hugh Ridenour

Kentucky-Born Soldier First American Combat Casualty in W.W.I.


The "Spanish Lady" in Kentucky

By Nancy Baird


The Garrett Morgan Gas Mask

by William McHugh

Dear Family

by Amanda L. Higgins

The Wartime Correspondence of Caruthers A. Coleman


Great War's Greatest Soldier?

by Ron Elliott

Kentucky's Samuel Woodfill


Pat Callahan, American Catholicism, & World War I

by William E. Ellis


"Like Chasing Rabbits Back Home"

by Berry Craig

My Father: British Sergeant Reginald George Bareham and the Battle of the Somme

by Ronald R. Van Stockum, Brigadier General USMC (retired)

Do you have a Kentucky story to share? 

Contact our magazine editor:

Marianne Stoess,