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Volume 27 - 2015

Vol. 27 No. 1 - Spring 2015

  • Meet the Museum Staff: Douglas Bargo
  • Red Summer 1919: The Context of The Black Expulsion
  • Jakalyn Jackson Wins Arthur Historical Award
  • Archie West's Unexpected Saturday Adventure

Vol. 27 No. 2 - Summer 2015

  • Knox Central’s Back-to-Back Regional Basketball titles, by Michael C. Mills
  • A Quilt as a Community Project, by Douglas Bargo
  • Governor James and First Lady Nettie Black Centennial Celebration, by Thomas C. Clark
  • Bert Scent Wins 2019 Susan Arthur Award, by Preshus Howard
  • The Establishment of the Barbourville Pentecostal Orphanage, by William G. Martin
  • Meet the Museum Staff: [3] David Cole
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Editorial: 2020 Daniel Boone Festival Cancelled, by C.R. Mitchell
  • A List of Pentecostal and Holiness Women and Men Ministers of the Gospel, by Beulah Mealer

Vol. 27 No. 3 - Fall 2015

  • Knox Countians on the Pandemic of 1918: The “Spanish Influenza” of a Hundred Years Ago, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Home Schooling in the 1860s: A Memoir of a Civil War Education, by Judge Henry Cook Faulkner
  • Knox County Politics Way Back When [campaign cards]
  • 1948 Knox County Communities [center spread map of Knox County, KY]
  • Meet the Museum Staff: [4] Cheryl Davis-Thompson

Vol. 27 No. 4 - Winter 2015

  • The Home Front in Southeastern Kentucky during the Civil War: My Mother, Samantha Sharp Faulkner, [Part 1], by Judge Henry Cook Faulkner
  • The Law Firms of Knox County, Kentucky in 1912, Advocate, 26 April 1912
  • Meet the Museum Staff: [5] Dora Sue Oxendine Farmer
  • Henry Cook Faulkner: A Biographical Sketch, by Dr. Claude W. Faulkner
  • Mildred Ellen Smyth Faulkner, compiled by C.R. Mitchell
  • “Our Garden of Girls,” a poem by Mrs. H.C. Faulkner
  • Kenneth Herndon Tuggle, Lt. Governor of Kentucky, 1943-47, compiled by C.R. Mitchell The Neighbor Next Door [Kenneth Tuggle], by Jack Gibson

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