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The Knox Countian

Volume 12 - 2000

Vol. 12 No. 1 - Spring 2000

  • Knox County, Mother of Mountain Counties, A 1926 History of Knox County, Kentucky, by Kenneth H. Tuggle
  • The Fate of Levi Lee's Killer, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Civil War Roundtable 2000, by Charles Reed Mitchell

Vol. 12 No. 2 - Summer 2000

  • Michael C. Mills Talks About Historical Photographs, Interviewed by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • An 1833 Wilderness Road Theatrical Tour, by Sol Smith
  • Blunder or Justice? Knox Countians Protest the Indian Treaty that Destroyed a Community
  • Walker 250th Anniversary Celebration, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Museum Bookshelf: Barbourville and Knox County, by Michael C. Mills; reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens

Vol. 12 No. 3 - Fall 2000

  • Shots Were Only a Small Detail of a Public Health Nurse's Job, by Mary Browning
  • The Best Books on Knox County, by Michael C. Mills
  • Union College Historical Marker Unveiled
  • I Remember Aunt Mary (Mary Browning), by Susan Congleton Slusher

Vol. 12 No. 4 - Winter 2000

  • The Woodson Family House, An Historic Home, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Museum Bookshelf: Creeker: A Woman's Journey, by Linda Scott DeRosier; reviewed by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • George Owens and the Owens House Museum
  • "Beautiful Barbourville" — A Bouquet from the 1890s

Note: Most articles without author attribution are by the editor or compilations from older texts

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