Published by Primary Source Microfilm
From the holdings of the Library of Congress, the University of Kentucky and the collections of private individuals
Kentucky, the doorway to the West and meeting ground for the cultures of the North and South, played a critical role in the history of post-Revolutionary America. Kentucky was the funnel for emigration to the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys, and is often referred to as the Mother of the West. Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis were just two of the native Kentuckians who have had a profound influence on the history of the United States. History, religion, economics, literature, art, music, geography, educational studies, politics and government are covered in this collection selected from A Bibliography of Kentucky History by J. Winston Coleman, Jr., and other sources.
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