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THE KNOX COUNTIAN
VOLUMES 1 – 25

 

VOLUMES 1 – 10
1988 – 1998

[Last update: 8 February 2019]

Note: Most articles without author attribution are by the editor or compilations from older texts. Ignores regular columns and news except where judged important..

Volume 1 1988 David H. Cole, Editor
[Only one issue in 1988]
Vol. 1 No. 1 Winter [1988]
Appalachian Writer James Still to be Museum’s Speaker
Famous Knox Countians: Samuel Miller, by Lois Renfro Morris
Our Mountain Ancestry, by William Sherman Oxendine
Knox County Courthouses, 1802-1989, by Jakalyn Jackson
Oral History Workshop set

Volume 1 1989
Vol. 1 No. 2 Spring 1989
Famous Knox Countians: Flem D. Sampson, by William Sherman Oxendine
The Civil War in Knox County, KY, by David Helton
A White Man’s Journey Over the Warrior’s Path and Through Knox County in 1674 [on Gabriel Arthur], by K.S. Sol Warren
Madstones, Sheep Dip Tea and Other Cures, by Carlos and Lois Renfro Morris
Knox Countians at War Exhibit, by Susan Arthur
Teachers Workshop: Women in Eastern Kentucky
Map: The Warrior’s Path, by W.E. Meyers

[No Summer 1989 issue published]

Vol. 1 No. 3 Fall 1989
A History of Railroads and Coal in the Artemus-Warren, Kentucky Area, by Philipp Fox
Museum to Host Regional Workshop
The Daniel Boone Trail, by K.S. Sol Warren
A Scary Night in Barbourville [on the Martha Broughton murder], by William Sherman Oxendine
Chamber of Commerce Honors Museum
Local Oral History Project Approved, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Knox County Courthouses, 1802-1989, by Jakalyn Jackson
Museum to Help Compile Knox History Books for Kids, by Jakalyn Jackson
Map: Trails and Roads of Early Knox County, by K.S. and Dwight Warren

Vol. 1 No. 4 Winter 1989 Lois Renfro Morris, Editor
First Newspaper in Southeastern Kentucky Established in 1873 in Barbourville, by W.S. Hudson
The Day the Union Lost on Brush Creek [on the Harry Sims killing], by Philipp Fox
The Wilderness Road: Gateway to the West, by K.S. Sol Warren
Museum Wins Major History Awards, by David Cole
Emanuel Named for Early Settler, by Jakalyn Jackson
Map: The Wilderness Road, 1775-1795, by Robert Kinkade

Volume 2 1990
Vol. 2 No. 1 Spring 1990
Old Barbourville Mitchell Newsreels to be Shown, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Mitchell Newsreels: A Personal View, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Dr. Thomas Walker: Kentucky’s First Authentic Explorer, by K.S. Sol Warren
Burnfin Gives Life in Civil War, by Jakalyn Jackson
A History of Flat Lick, by Susan Arthur
More Mountain Cure Explored, by Carlos Morris
How Trace Branch Methodist Church Got Its Start, by Mark Jones
Map: Dr. Thomas Walker’s Expedition, 1750, by F. Marion Rust

Vol. 2 No. 2 Summer 1990
Museum Publishes Historical Coloring Book, [by David Cole]
Building of the Mitchell Theatre: “Color and Novelty in Light and Form to Make a Small Town Showplace;” “The Mitchells and Their Town,” Motion Picture Herald, 1938
Dr. Thomas Walker State Park: An Historical Landmark, by K.S. Sol Warren
Museum Collects Audio and Video Cassettes, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Quilting: An Art and a Craft, by Syd Robbins
The Concord Baptist Church, The Early Years, by Susan Arthur

Vol. 2 No. 3 Fall 1990
Barbourville City School Celebrates Centennial, by Penny Rhinehart
The History and Philosophy of the Cherokee Fullbloods, Part 1, by Frank Scheide
Poplar Grove Baptist Church: A History, by Dr. Clifford R. Morris
Museum to Sponsor Events during Festival, by Carlos R. Morris
Cherokee Indian Documentary Movies to be Shown, [by Charles Reed Mitchelll
Third Annual Mitchell Local Newsreel Show Planned, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Map: Cherokee Territories, by Jan Browning

Vol. 2 No. 4 Winter 1990
The Speed Legacy to Union College, by Milton H. Townsend
The History and Philosophy of the Cherokee Fullbloods, Part 2, by Frank Scheide
A Barbourville Soldier’s Funeral in 1946 [William E. “Frosty” Hammons], by David Cole
Museum Wins Three Awards, by David Cole
Coal Miners, Teachers and Railroad Men: Recent Audiovisual Acquisitions, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Map: Cherokee Trail of Tears

Volume 3 1991
Vol. 3 No. 1 Spring 1991
The Knox County Flat-Earth Debate of 1881 [on William E. Barton], by Charles Reed Mitchell
Last Slave Sale in Knox County, by F.M. Rees
Gen. Zollicoffer’s Troops Attacked Barboursville on Sept. 19, 1861, by David Cole
Philipp Fox to Speak on Artemus, [by David Cole]
Sherman Oxendine Gives Major Tape Collection to Museum [Listing], by Charles Reed Mitchell

Vol. 3 No. 2 Summer 1991
Death by Hanging in Knox County, KY, 1805-1907, Part 1, by Michael C. Mills
Joseph Payne and Descendants, by Susan Arthur
My Dad and the Tales He Told Me [on Jacob Oxendine], by William Sherman Oxendine
Barbourville Businesses, 1865-1866

Vol. 3 No. 3 Fall 1991
Death by Hanging in Knox County, KY, 1805-1907, Part 2, by Michael C. Mills
The Civil War Memoirs of Martha Costellow, ed. Charles Reed Mitchell
Alexander Stewart Family, by Susan Arthur
A History of the Isaac Jones Family Slaves, by Jakalyn Jackson
The Trial of Jesse Fitzgerald, by Lois S. Buis
Knox Central: Regional Champs at Two Years of Age, by William Sherman Oxendine

Vol. 3 No. 4 Winter 1991
The Collected Papers of Martha Costellow, ed. Charles Reed Mitchell
The Sons of the American Legion Band, 1934-41
History of the Walker Family, by Carrie J. Hurst
Barbourville Ladies to Make Bicentennial Quilt, by Syd Robbins
Museum Repeats as Award Winner, [by Lois Renfro Morris]
New Knox County Archaeology Society to Hold First Meeting, by Ron Rosenstiel

Volume 4 1992
Vol. 4 No. 1 Spring 1992
Caleb Powers, Part 1: The Early Years, by William Sherman Oxendine
A History of the First Baptist Church, Corner of Third and Church Streets, by Carrie J. Hurst
Early Motion Pictures of Knox County: The Charles S. Owens Collection, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Charles S. Owens to Show Early Movies Shot in Knox County, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Admiral of Swan Lake [on George M. Owens], by Charles S. Owens & Charles Reed Mitchell
Archaeological Club, by Ron Rosenstiel

Vol. 4 No. 2 Summer 1992
Caleb Powers, Part 2: The Goebel Assassination, by William Sherman Oxendine
Creation of the Bicentennial Quilt, by Paula M. Zipp
Knox County Bicentennial Quilt is Unveiled Easter Sunday
Old Flat Lick Baptist Church, by John R. Valentine
New Coal Mining Display Opens, by Philipp Fox
New Knox Co. History Book for Children Published Soon

Vol. 4 No. 3 Fall 1992
Caleb Powers, Part 3: The Later Years, by William Sherman Oxendine
A Description of Barbourville in the 1920s, by Clinton Congleton
12,000 Years of Human Occupation in Knox County, by Ron Rosenstiel
10,000 Years of Plant Use in the Cumberland Plateau: The Oaks, by Ron Rosenstiel
Knox County in The Kentucky Encyclopedia, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Josh Faulkner’s Civil War Adventure
Map: Historic Map of Barbourville in the 1920s, by Clinton Congleton

Vol. 4 No. 4 Winter 1992
The Barbourville Streetcar Company, by William Sherman Oxendine
Community Names, ed. Jakalyn Jackson
First Impressions of Knox County, Kentucky: A History Book for Children
Tye’s Ferry, by David Cole
Knox Museum Member Heads Tennessee Museum [Doris Woods Owens]
Pine Mountain Grotto, by Andy Messer
Museum Receives Awards at Annual Meeting
Readers Urged to Submit Family Histories for Knox County Reference Book
Map: Knox County Community Names, by Tim Branum

Volume 5 1993
Vol. 5 No. 1 Spring 1993
The Goelman Family, by Morris Z. Effron
Gardening Signs and Other Superstitions, by Susan Arthur
The Lighter Side of Genealogy, by Charles S. Owens
My Dream Come True [Indian Springs at Heidrick], by Jakalyn Jackson
City of Barbourville Town Records, 1875-1890, Part 1, ed. David Cole and Susan Arthur

Vol. 5 No. 2 Summer 1993
Minton Hickory Horse Farm Exhibit at Kentucky Horse Park
Music from a Knox County Valley: The Phipps Family Singers, by A.L. Phipps and C.R. Mitchell
Recordings of the Phipps Family Singers
Daniel Sibert, Early Settler, by Evelyn I. Lovell
William Anderson “Captain Billy” Dozier, Civil War Officer, by Charles S. Owens
Knox Historical Museum Orientation Video Highlights Major Exhibits, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Early Businesses in Barbourville, by Jakalyn Jackson
City of Barbourville Town Records, 1875-1890, Part 2, ed. David Cole and Susan Arthur

Vol. 5 No. 3 Fall 1993
James D. Black, Governor of Kentucky, by William Sherman Oxendine
Caleb Powers’ Prison Song, by Charles Reed Mitchell
“Caleb Powers’ Song—In Prison Walls,” [Complete Sheet Music], by Nancy Rose Crume
The Quapaw Indian Worldview: A Talk With Ardina Revard Moore, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Noah Garland Family, by Eulene Garland
Memories of Knox County: The Grist Mill, by Jay E. Leger
Recess Games at BHS in the 1920s, by Claude W. Faulkner
Daniel Boone Outwits His Indian Captors
Carlos Morris, 1858-1993

Vol. 5 No. 4 Winter 1993
Native American Presence and Past, by Ron Rosenstiel
The First United Methodist Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church South of Barbourville, KY, by Margaret M. Riley and C.R. Mitchell
When Jacksons Fought in the Civil War, by Jakalyn Jackson
Museum Wins State Education and Publication Awards
Book Committee Now Assembling Histories for Knox Family History Book

Volume 6 1994 Charles Reed Mitchell, Editor
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

Volume 7 1995
Vol. 7 No. 1 Spring 1995
Rosenwald School: A Few Memories, by Albert L. Gregory
Martha Costellow’s “Remembrances” Columns, ed. by C.R. Mitchell
The Civil War in Flat Lick, KY, by Ronan Kyle Peterson
Biographical Supplement to Knox County, KY: History and Families, No. 1: James M. Arthur, Martha Wilson Costellow, Albert L. Gregory, William G. Martin, John Allen Owens.
Museum Publishes History Book
Review of History Book, by Charles S. Owens

Vol. 7 No. 2 Summer 1995
Wade N. Woodson’s Revolutionary War Pension, transcribed by Maxine H. Jones
Charlie Main’s River Stories, by David Cole
General George W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap, June-Sept. 1962, by Charles Edward Owens III
Biographical Supplement to Knox County, KY: History and Families, No. 2: Mary M. and Alexander D. Calder, Elizabeth Calder Dozier, Blaggrove Hopper, Zadock Marint, Eliza H. McKeehan, Margaret Jean Owens, Milton H. and Elizabeth M. Townsend
Funeral of Thomas B. Dizney

Vol. 7 No. 3 Fall 1995
The William P. Kennedy Memoirs, An Introduction, by Charles Reed Mitchell
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 1, by William P. Kennedy
Biographical Supplement to Knox County, KY: History and Families, No. 3: Wolford and Nancy W. Bingham, William M. Cain, Josiah and Sarah Eve Dozier, Reason P. and Eliza McKay Dozier, James and Sarah Dozier McClellan, George Allan Owens

Vol. 7 No. 4 Winter 1995
The Lonely Grave of Mary Thatcher: A Knox County Forty-niner, ed. C.R. Mitchell
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 2, by William P. Kennedy
Biographical Supplement to Knox County, KY: History and Families, No. 4: Eliza Calder, Phillip E. Connley, Mary Payne Dozier, Richard A. and Sarah McClellan Dozier, Dr. William O. and Mary Calder Dozier, Rev. Daniel Stevenson, Sarah Corwine Stevenson, Logan family corrections


Volume 8 1996
Vol. 8 No. 1 Spring 1996
The Martha Costellow Family Bible, ed. C.R. Mitchell
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 3, by William P. Kennedy
Flem D. Sampson and “The Bootleger,” A Poem
New Native American Documentary

Vol. 8 No. 2 Summer 1996
The Owens House on Knox Street, A Description, by Margaret Jean Owens, Charles Sterling Owens and Shirley Medcalf Gelsinger, ed. C.R. Mitchell
Return to the Owens House: Memories of the Owens Grandchildren, by by Margaret Jean Owens, Charles Sterling Owens and Shirley Metcalf Gelsinger, ed. C.R. Mitchell
Floor plans of the John Allen Owens House, by Ann Sanders and Charles S. Owens
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 4, by William P. Kennedy
The Ollie Cole Jones Doll Collection, by Syd Robbins and Margaret Jean Owens

Vol. 8 No. 3 Fall 1996
Encounters With the Supernatural: The Owens House Ghostlore, by Margaret Jean Owens and C.R. Mitchell
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 5, by William P. Kennedy
Traditional Mountain Crafts, by Syd Robbins

Vol. 8 No. 4 Winter 1996
Cumberland Gap Tunnel Opening Recalls the History of a Nation, by C.R. Mitchell
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 6, by William P. Kennedy
Biographical Supplement to Knox County, KY: History and Families, No. 5: Clarence Ossie Burch, George Burghart, Shirley Medcalf Gelsinger, John Allen and Myra Onkst Owens, Armstead Parrott, Sue Wolfe Scalf
Spotlight Showcase Exhibit [column begins], by Syd Robbins
New Map of Barbourville Published

Volume 9 1997
Vol. 9 No. 1 Spring 1997
Andrew Hamilton Clark and the Civil War in Kentucky, Part 1, by James L. Clark
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 7, by William P. Kennedy
Index to Biographical Supplement to Knox County, KY: History and Families
Victorian Household Hints, by Margaret Jean Owens

Vol. 9 No. 2 Summer 1997
A Machine for Living: The Lustron Houses of Knox and Bell Counties, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Blair Lustron House: An Interview with Douglas and Jane Blair, by C.R. Mitchell
Andrew Hamilton Clark and the Civil War in Kentucky, Part 2, by James L. Clark
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 8, by William P. Kennedy
The Scalfs of Scalf’s Indian River Tonic
James Barbour, by Sonya Burnette

Vol. 9 No. 3 Fall 1997
Dr. Karl Bleyl and the First Daniel Boone Festival, by Charles Reed Mitchell
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 9, by William P. Kennedy
Oxendine Memorial Library to be Dedicated Oct. 18, 1997
Museum Bookshelf, John Ed Pearce’s Days of Darkness: The Feuds of Eastern Kentucky, reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens

Vol. 9 No. 4 Winter 1997
A Visit to the Clay County Genealogical and Historical Society, by Lucien G. Holmes
A Tour of a Three Mule Town, Part 10 (Conclusion), by William P. Kennedy
Index to “A Tour of a Three Mule Town”
Museum Bookshelf: Nothing So Strange, The Autobiography of Arthur Ford, reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens
The Mysterious Varmint of Ely Hollow, by C.R. Mitchell
Good Crowd Attends Dedication of Oxendine Memorial Library
Museum Announces Quilting Project, by Syd Robbins

Volume 10 1998
Vol. 10 No. 1 Spring 1998
The Louisville and Nashville Railroad in Knox County and Southeastern Kentucky, by Lucien Holmes
The Ely House: First Brick House in Knox County, by W.S. Hudson
Museum Bookshelf: Arvil Jones’ Up Unto the Hills, reviewed by C.R. Mitchell; May Southworth’s The Motorist’s Luncheon Book, reviewed by M.J. Owens
First Museum Quilting Bee Project Finished, by Syd Robbins

Vol. 10 No. 2 Summer 1998
Golden Memories: The Sawyers-Decker House, Part 1, by Richard Davis Golden
Italianate Style: The Sawyers-Decker House, by Charles Reed Mitchell
In Service to Union College: The Sawyers-Deckers Families, by Dorothy Elam Oxendine
Dinner at Daddy Deck’s, by James S. Golden, Jr.
The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Gymnasium and Other Early Union College Basketball Gymnasiums, by W.S. Hudson and C.R. Mitchell

Vol. 10 No. 3 Fall 1998
October 9, 1988: Grand Opening and Dedication of the Knox Historical Museum, transcription of the speeches, by C.R. Mitchell
Golden Memories: The Sawyers-Decker House, Part 2, by Richard Davis Golden
Daddy Deck’s Father, by James S. Golden, Jr.
Museum Bookshelf: Jess Carr’s Intruder in the Wind, reviewed by C.R. Mitchell
More Owens House Ghost Stories, by Margaret Jean Owens
The First Impeached President: Barbourville Connections [Andrew Johnson], by C.R. Mitchell

Vol. 10 No. 4 Winter 1998
Bell County Historical Society Museum, by Jerry Browning and C.R. Mitchell
The Narrows and Cumberland Ford, by Jerry Browning and C.R. Mitchell
General Index to The Knox Countian, Volumes 1 - 10
Silas Woodson, a portrait
Hiram Gray: Knox County Beekeeper, by Syd Robbins

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Leading Articles
THE KNOX COUNTIAN

VOLUMES 11 – 20
1999 – 2008

[Last update: 8 January 2014]

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

Volume 11 1999
Vol. 11 No. 1 Spring 1999
In the Midst of the Storm: The Goldens of Knox and Bell Counties, Part 1, by Richard Davis Golden
Terror at the Knox County School Fair: The Killing of Levi Lee, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Decker Manuscript on the Internet, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Kentucky History Center, An Overwhelming Experience

Vol. 11 No. 2 Summer 1999
United States Congressmen from Knox County, Kentucky, by Michael C. Mills
In the Midst of the Storm: The Goldens of Knox and Bell Counties, Part 2, by Richard Davis Golden
Civil War Roundtable: Union College Institute Focuses on “The War in the Mountains,” by Charles Reed Mitchell
Museum Bookshelf: Food for Thought, reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens

Vol. 11 No. 3 Fall 1999
A History of the Corbin Presbyterian Church, by R. Springer Hoskins
The Barbourville Presbyterian Church, 1888-1938, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Corbin Genealogical Society, by Connie Danner
Governor Patton Honors Dr. Thomas Walker’s 1750 Expedition, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Museum Bookshelf: Ghosts in the Hills, by Sean Jump; reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens

Vol. 11 No. 4 Winter 1999
Barnstorming the Hills in 1920: The Jellico, Pineville and Barbourville Aero Clubs, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Ben Golden at the Colson-Scott Gunfight: Another View, by L.F. Johnson
Museum Bookshelf: Gateway: Dr. Thomas Walker and the Opening of Kentucky, by David M. Burns, reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens

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
Index to Volume 11

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

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
Members of Co. C 149th Inf. At Camp Livingston, LA, 1943 (photo)
Museum Bookshelf: My Sister Marilyn, A Memoir of Marilyn Monroe, by Berniece Baker Miracle and Mona Rae Miracle; reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens
Index to Volume 12

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

Volume 14 2002
Vol. 14 No. 1 Spring 2002
Randall “Scotty” Hudson and the Blue Rays Orchestra: A Big Band Sound in a Small Community, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Perils of City Government: Thomas Jefferson Pitzer, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Ernest Grisham and the Union College Band, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Index to Volume 13

Vol. 14 No. 2 Summer 2002
Stars Over the Mountains, Corbin Actors and Other Regional Television, Radio and Movie Celebrities, by Margaret Jean Owens and Charles Reed Mitchell
Dr. Archibald Leger and the Shootout at Poplar Creek, by Pauline Leger Alford and Charles Reed Mitchell
Visiting Knox County in the 1880s, by Mildred Cass Beason
The Adonijah Fox Homestead and Cemetery
Up the Creek with Dr. Arch Leger, A Story of a Storyteller’s Obsession, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Museum Bookshelf: The Mouse Hunter: A West Virginia Memoir, by Gaynelle Straight Malesky with Lann A. Malasky; reviewed by Randy Bacon

Vol. 14 No. 3 Fall 2002
Restored Wilderness Road Opens at Cumberland Gap, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Knox Countians at War, World War II: Clinton Mills, by Michael C. Mills and Charles Reed Mitchell
Museum Bookshelf: Dark and Bloody Ground, by Mary Bolte; reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens; Kentucky’s Civil War, 1860-1865, Vol. 1, reviewed by Charles Reed Mitchell
Scott New on History and the American Character
Kudzu, by Charles Reed Mitchell

Vol. 14 No. 4 Winter 2002
The Barbourville Volunteer Fire Department, Part 1: Early Fire Fighting and the Origin of the Company, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Mr. Fire Department: Bert Churchill, by Freida Churchill LeRoy, Richard Churchill LeRoy, Marjorie Churchill Kirk, and Charles Reed Mitchell
Where We Lived, Growing Up in the Churchill Household, by Marjorie Stuart Churchill Kirk
A Brief History of Meadow Creek Community (1933), by C.A. Johnson

Volume 15 2003
Vol. 15 No. 1 Spring 2003
The Great Louisville Flood of 1937, by Bert Churchill
Knox County and the Great Flood of 1937, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Barbourville Volunteer Fire Department, Part 2: The Great Depression, The Early Years, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Museum Bookshelf: What the Moon Knows, Poems, by Sue Scalf; reviewed by Connie Danner
The Hermina Brinkmeier Collection, by Maxine H. Jones
Index to Volume 14

Vol. 15 No. 2 Summer 2003
“The Young Republicans Club,” A Photographic Oxymoron, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Barbourville Volunteer Fire Department, Part 3: Surviving the Great Depression, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Tepper Brothers Store: History of a Business Location, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Hensley Settlement, by Connie Danner

Vol. 15 No. 3 Fall 2003
C.A. West and the Turbulent Twenties at the Knox County Jail, by Archie B. West
Knox County Women in Public Office from 1920 to the Present, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Play review: The Court-Martial of Daniel Boone, by Scott New; reviewed by Hugo A. Freud
The Battle of Barbourville, Reenactment Photos

Vol. 15 No. 4 Winter 2003
The Mountain Woman: Silent Movie Filmed on the Cumberland River, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Escape from the Serials: Pearl White’s Fox Feature Films, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Pearl White Company, Filmmakers on the Cumberland River, by Charles Reed Mitchell
C.A. West’s Family Photographs, by Archie B. West
Remembering Ron Rosenstiel, by Charles Reed Mitchell

Volume 16 2004
Vol. 16 No. 1 Spring 2004
Carl J. Helton, A Military Life: An Interview by Clarence Ossie Burch, transcribed by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Reception of The Mountain Woman in Southeastern Kentucky, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Index to Volume 15

Vol. 16 No. 2 Summer 2004
Barbourville Post Office Bicentennial, Part 1, by Charles Reed Mitchell
My Early Years, 1921-1939, by Carl J. Helton
A Cartoon as History: 1912 Political Caricature, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Barbourville Postmasters from 1804 to the Present

Vol. 16 No. 3 Fall 2004
Dr. Thomas D. Clark, 1903-2005, by Barbara Evans Melton
Barbourville Post Office Bicentennial, Part 2, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Introduction to Military Service, by Carl J. Helton
Dr. Thomas Walkers Comes Back to Knox County

Vol. 16 No. 4 Winter 2004
The Storied Life of Edward Fletcher Arthur, by Connie Danner
Captain Carl J. Helton, Company A, 17th Armored Infantry Battalion, Part 1, by Carl J. Helton
Museum Bookshelf. Panther Rock, by Aril Bond Burr, reviewed by Connie Danner
The Berlin Wall, by Carl J. Helton

Volume 17 2005
Vol. 17 No. 1 Spring 2005
Susan Arthur, 1914 – 2005
Captain Carl J. Helton, Company A, 17th Armored Infantry Battalion, Part 2, by Carl J. Helton
Museum Bookshelf. Ghost Riders, by Sharyn McCrumb, reviewed by Margaret Jean Owens
Museum to Form Knox County Genealogy Division; Knox County Genealogical Society Closes
Haze Mills, the Picture Man
Winter Fun on Ball Hill, by Susan Congleton Slusher
Index to Volume 16

Vol. 17 No. 2 Summer 2005
A Knox Countian at MacArthur’s Side in the Philippines: Paul Williams and the Williams Family Servicemen in World War II, by Archie West and Elizabeth Johnson Conrad
Jackie Jordan, Model and Hollywood Actress, by Jo DeLozier with Charles Reed Mitchell
Collins’ 1847 Description of Knox County, Kentucky, by Lewis Collins
Biographical Supplement No. 6 to Knox County, Kentucky: History and Families. Includes Edward H. Black, George Fleming and Sarah Holland Dozier, George Washington Hutton, May Koontz Martin, Paul S. “Pete” and Margaret Dale Moore, George W. Newman, Oscar R. Parsons and William Franklin Wilson
Who Was William Faulkner Rushton of the Union College Rushton Award? by Charles Reed Mitchell

Vol. 17 No. 3 Fall 2005
Rural Knox County, Kentucky Post Offices, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Knox County, Kentucky Postmasters, Part 1, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Knox County, Kentucky Post Offices: An Official U.S. Postal Service List
Mary Browning, Portraits of a Public Health Nurse
Bim and Bull, the Yoke of Oxen that Gave Us the Name “Bimble”

Vol. 17 No. 4 Winter 2005
More Rural Knox County, Kentucky Post Offices, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Knox County, Kentucky Postmasters, Part 2, by Charles Reed Mitchell and Michael C. Mills
Cannon Post Office, by Jakalyn Jackson
Portraits of Ruth Sanders, by Anna Lois Sanders and Margaret Jean Owens
Boss Hog at the Gatliff Farm

Volume 18 2006
Vol. 18 No. 1 Spring 2006
Girlhood Memories of Barbourville in the 1920s and 1930s, by Catherine Faulkner Singer
Catherine Singer’s Barbourville, map by Charles Reed Mitchell
Randall “Scotty” Hudson’s Barbourville Map (1934)
Gator Country, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Museum Opens New Genealogy Division
Homeward Passage: 2006 Daniel Boone Festival Theme (Lewis and Clark Expedition)
Demolition of the Old Barbourville Cumberland River Bridge, 1968, by Clinton Congleton
Indictments for Treason During the Civil War at Barbourville, KY, by Clinton Congleton
Index to Vol. 17

Vol. 18 No. 2 Summer 2006
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville, Essays 1 – 5, ed. C.R. Mitchell
Contents: UC Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville, 30 essays
Abigail E. Weeks, “Originator of a Host of Good Things,” by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Creation of the Susan Arthur Historical Preservation Award, by Connie Danner
Living With Santa, by Susan Congleton Slusher
Museum Bookshelf: Kentucky Explorer on Indian Attack on John Tye Party, by C.R. Mitchell

Vol. 18 No. 3 Fall 2006
An Evening With Silas House, Part 1, “The Road to Becoming a Writer,” by Silas House
Museum Bookshelf: Clay’s Quilt, by Silas House, reviewed by Ina Mitchell Gatliff
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville, Essays 6 – 10
Abigail E. Weeks and the Student Historians, Part 1, by Charles Reed Mitchell

Vol. 18 No. 4 Winter 2006
Freedom Baptist Church at Caney Fork of Straight Creek Church Records, 1845 – 1895, by Margaret Jean Owens
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville, Essays 11 – 15
Abigail E. Weeks and the Student Historians, Part 2, by Charles Reed Mitchell
An Evening With Silas House, Part 2, “A Kernel of Truth Loaded With Fiction,” by Silas House
Museum Bookshelf: A Parchment of Leaves, by Silas House, reviewed by Connie Danner

Volume 19 2007
Vol. 19 No. 1 Spring 2007
Finding Barbourville’s Civil War Bridge As Researched from Knox County Land Records, by Michael C. Mills and Charles Reed Mitchell
Eyewitness Accounts of the Battle of Barbourville, First Civil War Conflict in the State of Kentucky
1890 Map: Barbourville Bridge and Streetcar Route
Creation of Broadway as Part of the Barbourville Streetway Line, by Mills and Mitchell
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville, Essays 16 – 20
Dishman Flats, by Michael C. Mills and Charles Reed Mitchell
Index to Volume 18

Vol. 19 No. 2 Summer 2007
Thomas D. Clark at the Daniel Boone Festival, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Margaret Jean Owens Dies, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville, Essays 21 – 25
Genealogy Division adds Email
Museum Bookshelf: The Coal Tattoo, by Silas House, reviewed by Dr. Hugo Freund

Vol. 19 No. 3 Fall 2007
Barbourville Civil War Interpretative Park: The Battle as Described in the History Panels, by Joseph E. Brent
Barbourville Civil War Interpretative Park Opens, a Brief History of a Park, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville, Essays 26 – 30 (End of Series)
How an Englishman Became a Member of the Knox Historical Museum, by David Crute
Sol Warren Wins Susan Arthur Award
Museum Bookshelf: My Century in History: Memoirs, by Thomas D. Clark, reviewed by Charles Reed Mitchell

Vol. 19 No. 4 Winter 2007
A Personal Account of the Normandy Invasion, by Lt. General Elvy B. Roberts
Growing Up on Knox Street in the ‘40s, by Sue Scalf
Museum Bookshelf: Poems of Sue Scalf, Ceremony of Names, South by Candlelight, Bearing the Print, reviewed by Connie Danner
The Packhorse Library in Knox County, by Jakalyn Jackson
Michael C. Mills Wins Susan Arthur Award

Volume 20 2008
Vol. 20 No. 1 Spring 2008
The Bailey -White Feud, Episode 1 (Letcher and Perry White), by Dr. James Bailey
The Baileys of Knox County, by Dr. James Bailey
The Legend of Crews’ Gold, by David W. Owens
Kentucky Authors Read from their Books at the 5th Annual Redbud Festival
Index to Volume 19

Vol. 20 No. 2 Summer 2008
Riding the Barbourville Streetcar With Mike Mills, by Michael C. Mills
The Bailey-White Feud, Episode 2 (The Murder of Levi Lee), by Dr. James Bailey
Founding Fathers of Knox County, Kentucky: The Ballingers, by Michael C. Mills
Touring Old Barbourville by Streetcar, by Michael C. Mills and Charles Reed Mitchell

Vol. 20 No. 3 Fall 2008
James Barbour: What We Knox About the Founder of Barbourville, by Michael C. Mills
The Bailey-White Feud, Episode 3 (The Murder of Beverly P. White), by Dr. James Bailey
Barbourville and Knox County Visitor Center Opens, by David Cole
Present at the Inception of the Daniel Boone Festival, by Lorene Perkins
David and Betty Cole Win Susan Arthur Award, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Lend-a-Hand Students Visit the Museum, by Connie Danner
Museum Scavenger Hunt, by Laura Hahnfeld

Vol. 20 No. 4 Winter 2008
Forgotten Masterpiece: Stark Love, Part 1, by John White
Knox County Men Star in Hollywood Movie, Stark Love, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Bailey-White Feud, Episode 4 (The Murder Trial of John Bailey), by Dr. James Bailey
The Calvin Miracle Murders, by John White

 

Leading Articles
THE KNOX COUNTIAN

VOLUMES 21 – 25
2009 — 2013

Volume 21 2009
Vol. 21 No. 1 Spring 2009
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville: The Unpublished Essays, Our Schools: Barbourville High School
Forgotten Masterpiece: Stark Love, Part 2, by John White
The Bailey-White Feud, Episode 5 (The Shooting of Jack Gilbert), by Dr. James Bailey
Museum Acquires Civil War Era Firearm, by David Cole
Index to Volume 20

Vol. 21 No. 2 Summer 2009
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville: The Unpublished Essays, Our Schools:
Union College
The Blackstone Hotel Lot, Part 1: The 19th Century, by Michael C. Mills and Charles Reed Mitchell
The Bailey-White Feud, Episode 6 (The Shooting of Beverly Bailey), by Dr. James Bailey (End of Series)
Nancy Hampton Wins Susan Arthur Award

Vol. 21 No. 3 Fall 2009
K.S. Sol Warren, 1916 - 2012
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville: The Unpublished Essays, Our Schools:
Barbourville Baptist Institute
The Blackstone Hotel Lot, Part 2: The 20th Century: The Hotel Jones, by Michael C. Mills and Charles Reed Mitchell
Daniel Boone Statue to be Unveiled August 24, 2012, by Charles Reed Mitchell

Vol. 21 No. 4 Winter 2009
Daniel Boone Statue Unveiled, by Charles Reed Mitchell
The Blackstone Hotel, Lot Part 3: The Blackstone Hotel, by Michael C. Mills and Charles Reed Mitchell
A Teenager Living at the Blackstone Hotel, by Sue Scalf
Generations: The Mealers
Ray Adkins, 1954-2012, An Appreciation, by Charles Reed Mitchell
Museum Bookshelf, Tales from Kentucky One-Room School Teachers, by William Lynwood Montell, reviewed by Conner Danner

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
Index to Volume 21

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

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, or Imagination Gone Wild, by Sue Scalf
Museum Bookshelf: The Walsh Harp by Merrill J. Davies, reviewed by Connie Danner
Steve Valentine Wins 2012 Susan Arthur Historical Preservation Award
The War of 1812 Bicentennial Doesn’t End Until January 2015, by C.R. Mitchell
2013: Bicentennial of the Battle of the Thames, by Jack J. Early
Isaac Jones Tombstone

Vol. 22 No. 4 Winter 2010
General Tye King: Soldier and Educator, Part 1: With the Ambulance Battalion in World War II, an Interview by William Sherman Oxendine, edited by Charles Reed Mitchell
Genealogy: General Tye and Lois Gatliff King
Union College Class of 1926’s History of Barbourville: Fragments
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

Volume 23 2011
Vol. 23 No. 1 Spring 2011
The Boone Trace in Knox County, by Michael C. Mills, with David Cole, C.R. Mitchell and Steve Valentine
The Importance of the Boone Trace, by Randell Jones
General Tye King: Soldier and Educator, Part 2: School Days, Athletics and Teaching, an Interview by William Sherman Oxendine, edited by Charles Reed Mitchell
Genealogy: Brown Cemetery, Additional Information, by Laura C. Jackson
Remembering Syd Robbins (1924-2014), by Charles Reed Mitchell
Museum’s New Website Continues to Expand, by David Cole
Index to Volume 22

Vol. 23 No. 2 Summer 2011
Four Spunky Barbourville Ladies Go to the Mardi Gras, by May Koontz Martin
A Corbin Soldier in the Spanish-American War, by Mark D. Mynatt
Farewell to General Tye King, Soldier and Teacher, by Ina M. Gatliff
Museum Bookshelf: The End of the Road at Bimble, Kentucky by Denver Sams, reviewed by Douglas Bargo
David Cornett Wins 2013 Susan Arthur Historical Preservation Award
Knox Central High School Class of 1937 (photo)

Vol. 23 No. 3 Fall 2011
A DOUBLE ISSUE: KNOX COUNTIANS IN WORLD WAR II
50th Anniversary Reunion of Barbourville’s Co. C 149th Inf. & Med Det 113 Qm Regt.: The Interviews (16 interviews), ed. C.R. Mitchell
Knox WW II War Casualties
Brush Creek WW II Honor Roll, by David Cole
Roster of Co. C 149th Inf. As of Jan. 17, 1941
Boone Trace Update, by Michael C. Mills
Sixteen Miles on “That Little Road,” by Douglas Bargo

Vol. 23 No. 4 Winter 2011
A DOUBLE ISSUE: KNOX COUNTIANS IN WORLD WAR II, Part 2
Company C, 149th Infantry in the Pacific: Ersel Martin, an Interview by C.O. Burch
Genealogy: Elmer Decker on the Vannoy Family & Brown Cemetery Revisited
A Camp Shelby Photo Album
A Barbourville Soldier’s Funeral in 1947, by David Cole
First Baptist Church of Barbourville, KY: Our Members in the Armed Services

Volume 24 2012
Vol. 24 No. 1 Spring 2012
A. W. Hopper: Grocer, Hardware Salesman and Undertaker, by C.R. Mitchell
Genealogy: Frederick Family History in SE KY, by James Leslie Clark
Jemima Boone, 68th DBF play
Barbourville Civic League
Peggy Kemner and Irma Gall Win 2014 Susan Arthur Award
Ketchen Elementary School Teachers

Vol. 24 No. 2 Summer 2012
Archie West, A Magician at Heart, by Archie B. West
Archie West’s Standard Oil Stations, by Archie B. West
Archie West’s Pranks, by Archie B. West
Genealogy: Early Rules for Immigration in America, by Wayne Adams
Myrtle Crook, Life on an Oregon Sheep Ranch, by Jimmy Siler
Abner Wells Hopper, A Few More Tales, by C.R. Mitchell
Waiting at the Barbourville Depot, by Jennings Roberts
Dora Sue Oxendine Farmer Wins 2015 Susan Arthur Award

Vol. 24 No. 3 Fall 2012
The Barbourville Story: Parts 1 & 2, by W.S. Hudson (Thomas Walker, James Barbour)
Walter Scott “Scotty” Hudson, 1884-1962, by Marie Croley
Boone’s Trace in Laurel County, Kentucky, by Jennings Krahenbuhl
Map: Driving Tour of Boone’s Trace in Laurel County
Museum Additions: KKK medals, etc.
Train Wreck at Artemus, by C.R. Mitchell
Long Branch’s Charity Overbay Tells Her Story, by David Cole

Vol. 24 No. 4 Winter 2012
Nasby Mills on Stinking Creek, Parts 1 & 2, by Michael C. Mills
The Barbourville Story: Parts 3 & 4, by W.S. Hudson (First builders, Old Court Records)
Thomas Tuggle, by Kenneth H. Tuggle
William M. Dishman, by Charles Mitchell
Victor Bingham in World War I, by Dora O. Farmer
Ben Shorter in the Civil War, by Sharron Oxendine
A.H. Harritt, Obituary of Union College’s First President

Volume 25 2013

Vol. 25 No. 1 Spring 2013
June Miller Gatliff, A Knox County Rosie the Riveter, by C.R. Mitchell and Ina Gatliff
The Barbourville Story: Parts 5 & 6, by W.S. Hudson (Banks, Newspapers)
The Bank of Barbourville, by Kenneth H. Tuggle
Nasby Mills on Stinking Creek, Part 3, by Michael C. Mills
The Governors: 1939 KY Amateur Baseball Champions

Vol. 25 No. 2 Summer 2013
Coal and Prosperity a Hundred Years Ago: Caleb Powers on SE KY Economy, by Douglas Bargo
The Barbourville Story: Parts 7 & 8, by W.S. Hudson (Boom Periods, County Fair)
Nasby Mills on Stinking Creek, Part 4, by Michael C. Mills
Daniel Boone Festival Honors, by C.R. Mitchell
Linda Oxendine-Douglas Wins Susan Arthur Award

Vol. 25 No. 3 Fall 2013
The Tunnel: Railroad Construction at Brafford’s Ridge and Emanuel Around the Turn of the 19th Century, by Douglas Bargo
The Barbourville Story: Parts 9 & 10, by W.S. Hudson (Distinguished Men, Gov. F.D. Sampson)
U.S. Senator William Abner Stanfill, by Frederick A. Wallis
W.S. Hudson’s Distinguished Men and One Woman, by C.R. Mitchell:
Dr. Victor V. Anderson
Judge Ida Mae Adams
Walter G. Campbell, FDA
Dr. Allan D. Tuggle
Rear Admiral Richard B. Tuggle
Nasby Mills on Stinking Creek, Part 5, by Michael C. Mills, with property map
My Patient Paid Me with a Treasure, by Dr. Harold L. Bushey
Barbourville Poet Passes Away: Sue Ann Wolfe Scalf (1935-2018)

Vol. 25 No. 4 Winter 2013
The Mintons: Minton Hickory Mill and Horse Stables (cover photo)
The Barbourville Story: Parts 11 & 12, by W.S. Hudson (Mintons, Churches)
Nasby Mills on Stinking Creek, Part 6, by Michael C. Mills
Nola E. Minton, A Tribute, by Jane Minton Blair
The Great Flood of 1946, by John S. “Jack” Gibson
Museum Bookshelf: Lessons My Maw Taught Me by Deborah Gray; reviewed by Ina Gatliff and Susan Liford
Kentucky Highway Signs Draw Attention to Big and Little Richland Creeks, by Tasha Stewart and David Cole
Editorial: Subscription raise

Volume 26 2014

Vol. 26 No. 1 Spring 2014

The Barbourville Story: Parts 13, 14 & 15, by W.S. Hudson (Schools, Union College 1-2)
Nasby Mills on Stinking Creek, Part 7, Conclusion, by Michael C. Mills
Stinking Creek Road Rerouting to Middle Fork (Nasby Mills sidebar)
E.W. Murphy and His Slaves, by James Leslie Clark
Museum Bookshelf: My Good Life, by George Hammons

Vol. 26 No. 2 Summer 2014

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