Kentucky Derby Museum marks most successful year ever in its 31 year history Museum saw significant increases in attendance and revenue. The Museum reported significant increases in both attendance and revenue numbers as it closed out the fiscal year. The Museum welcomed more than , visitors through its doors during FY , an increase of Admissions revenue was up In addition, the Museum marked the 30th anniversary of its Gala, its largest yearly fundraiser, with the most successful event in the last five years.
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Perryville's Henry P. Bottom | ExploreKYHistory
Historical Marker in Boyle County commemorates a Perryville resident who made great sacrifices during the Civil War. Henry Bottom was a farmer and justice of the peace whose home was caught in the crossfire of Kentucky's largest battle. After the fight, Bottom's house became a field hospital. According to William C. McChord, a Springfield resident who toured the battlefield as a twelve year old, a pile of amputated arms and legs, "some with shoes on, others with socks," stood "four or five feet high" in one corner of the yard. Soldiers also swept his farm clean. Bottom lost 9 cows, 30 sheep, thousands of pounds of pork and bacon, 3, bushels of corn, 50 bushels of oats, 2 horses, and 22 tons of hay.
Interview with Earle C. Clements, November 17, 1983
Project Summary Earle C. Clements , born in Morganfield, was a United States congressman , governor of Kentucky , and a United States senator He served as the Senate Democratic whip in and as acting majority leader in Clements was a close personal friend of Lyndon B. Johnson in the Senate, and in this project, his associates and staff members discuss his life and career.
Early history examines the archaeological record that tells the story of the first inhabitants of Kentucky. Learn about the prehistory and culture of the first early inhabitants, and what lessons it might teach us about the early history of Kentucky. For many years, writers depicted Kentucky, the Great Meadows of Indian lore, as uninhabited prior to European settlement. They believed that the Indians considered the land sacred and lived elsewhere, coming to the region only to hunt and war. However, almost 3, years before Kentucky pioneers came face to face with such tribes as the Shawnee, Cherokee, and Chickasaw, the area had been inhabited by prehistoric Indians.