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The Knox Countian

Volume 6 - 1994

Vol. 6 No. 1 - Spring 1994

  • Silas Woodson, Governor of Missouri, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Governor Woodson on Knox County
  • The Zollicoffer Raids of 1861, by Curtis R. Allen
  • Union and Confederate Accounts of the Barbourville Skirmish
  • Mrs. Rosa Crume and "Caleb Powers' Song," by C.R. Mitchell
  • The Dishman Springs-Woodbine Road, by W.S. Hudson

Vol. 6 No. 2 - Summer 1994

  • Knox Historian Sherman Oxendine Dies, by David Cole
  • An Interview with William Sherman Oxendine, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • Barbourville's Taverns and Hotels, by William Sherman Oxendine and C.R. Mitchell
  • Golde's Department Store, by Morris Z. Effron
  • Whitley County History Book Published
  • Woodson Cemetery, Flat Lick, KY, by Michael C. Mills

Vol. 6 No. 3 - Fall 1994

    Family History Book Finished, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • The Barbourville First Christian Church, by Phillip E. Connley and Connie Danner
  • The Woodson-Miller Law Office Building, by C.R. Mitchell
  • Map: Historical Sites of Knox County, Kentucky, published by K.S. Stearley, Union National Bank

Vol. 6 No. 4 - Winter 1994

  • Barbourville's Struggle Against Flooding and the Building of the Barbourville Floodwall, by Charles Reed Mitchell
  • The 1946 Flood
  • Knox County, Kentucky: History and Families Table of Contents
  • Archaeological Society Wins Award, by Ron Rosenstiel

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

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