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Volume 22 - 2010

Vol. 22 No. 1 - Spring 2010

  • Raylan: Stakeout on Stinking Creek (Elmore Leonard and Justified), by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Union College Class of 1926's History of Barbourville: The Unpublished Essays, Our Schools: Union College Supplement
  • From the Boone Trace to the Dixie Highway, by Douglas Bargo
  • William Sherman Oxendine Wins 2011 Susan Arthur Award Posthumously

Vol. 22 No. 2 - Summer 2010

  • American Fidelity Bank: The History of a Bank from its Formation to Discontinuation, by Douglas Bargo
  • Union College Class of 1926's History of Barbourville: The Unpublished Essays, Our Schools: Legal History
  • The Floodwall General (Bill Nau), by Sam Davies
  • Inauguration Address, Marcia Hawkins, 19th President of Union College

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

Vol. 22 No. 3 - Fall 2010

  • Duane Murner as Caleb Powers in Who Shot Governor Goebel, by Charles Reed Mitchell and Duane Murner
  • The Owens-Langford Feud, by Charles Sterling Owens
  • Ghosts on Knox Street, by Sue Scalf
  • Museum Bookshelf: The Welsh harp, by Merrill J. Davies, reviewed by Connie Danner
  • Steve Valentine wins 2012 Susan Arthur Preservation Award
  • The War of 1812 Bicentennial doesn't end until January 2015, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • 2013: Bicentennial of the Battle of the Thames, by Dr. Jack J. Early
  • Isaac Jones Tombstone

Vol. 22 No. 4 - Winter 2010

  • General Tye King: Soldier and Educator, Part I: With the Ambulance Battalion in World War II, interview by William Sherman Oxendine, edited by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • History of Barbourville, The Unpublished Essays: Fragments, by the Union College Class of 1926, edited by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Going to the Knox Drive-In and the Mitchell Theatre, by Dora Sue Oxendine Farmer
  • Museum Bookshelf: The Devil Amongst the Lawyers and The Ballad of Tom Dooley, by Sharyn McCrumb, reviewed by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • General Tye King and Lois Gatliff: Genealogy

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