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Volume 13 - 2001

Vol. 13 No. 1 - Spring 2001

  • Clarence Ossie Burch: On the Burma Road with Merrill's Marauders, A Summary Essay of a William Sherman Oxendine Interview, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Clarence Ossie Burch: Athlete and Soldier, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Museum Bookshelf: My Sister Marilyn, A Memoir of Marilyn Monroe, by Berniece Baker Miracle and Mona Rae Miracle; reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens

Vol. 13 No. 2 - Summer 2001

  • Some Didn't Come Back: Sergeant Jackie J. Mullins, Jr., by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Trosper School, by Beverly P. Miracle
  • Play Review: Last Train to Nibroc, by Arlene Hutton; reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens
  • The Art of Story, Union College Institutes 2001, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • The Battle of Dreux, France, by Sam Isaacs
  • Lt. Sam Isaacs, by Paul F. Isaacs
  • The Real Daniel Boone, by Charles Thompson

Vol. 13 No. 3 - Fall 2001

  • Biographies of the Doctors of Knox County, Kentucky, 1800 – 1940, Part 1, by Dr. Leslie Logan
  • The Barbourville Croquet Club, An Interview with Keith Wilson
  • On September 11th the Importance of History "Went Up in Importance a Great Number of Notches," by Scott New
  • Museum Bookshelf: Haunted Houses and Family Ghosts of Kentucky, by William Lynwood Montell; reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens
  • The Dr. Thomas Walker Cabin and Other Owens Family Paintings, by Margaret Jean Owens

Vol. 13 No. 4 - Winter 2001

  • Dr. William Burnside, by Cecil Byrley
  • Biographies of the Doctors of Knox County, Kentucky, 1800 – 1940, Part 2, by Dr. Leslie Logan
  • A Few Reflections on Dr. Logan's "Doctors of Knox County, Kentucky," by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Lincoln Memorial University Medical College
  • Museum Bookshelf: I Am With You Always: Experiences of a Nurse-Midwife in Appalachia, by Peggy Kemner; reviewed by Connie Danner
  • Garfield Gilliam's Tourist Courts

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

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