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The Kentucky Folklife Program at Western Kentucky University partnered with Mammoth Cave National Park for a special 2015 summer-long, National Endowment for the Arts sponsored project titled “Folklorist in the Park”. The project was conducted by Josh Chrysler, a former graduate student at...

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30 minutes. Mrs. Sally Louise Rhodes Nash describes her childhood on a family farm in the 1950s and 1960s. She details the transition from tobacco to vegetable cultivation. She focuses on farm family relationships and responsibilities.

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The staff of the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer interviewed residents in the Owensboro area about their lives in the first half of this century. The interviews were collected to be excerpted in a special oral history series, A Generation Remembers, published in 1986. Topics include the floods of...

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