Slavery in Kentucky

The Slave Dwelling Project A little over a week ago I received a phone call from my dad. He had read an article in the newspaper about special events that were taking place the coming weekend, and he knew I would be interested in participating. He had read that four historic sites in Louisville wereContinue reading “Slavery in Kentucky”

Locust Grove

The year was 1752. America was not yet established. There were 13 colonies under the rule of Britain, and Kentucky did not yet exist. On November 19 of that year, a future Revolutionary War General was born to John and Ann Rogers Clark. John and Ann welcomed their second son, George Rogers Clark, into theContinue reading “Locust Grove”