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Kentucky Printables

 

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Kentucky Online Extras

 

Cardinal - wherethebirdsare.com

Kentucky State Bird: Cardinal

 

The American South

Kentucky State Bird: Cardinal

 

Top Five Facts

 

1. ) The Kentucky Derby is the oldest continuously held horse race in America. It is held at Chruchill Downs in Louisville in May every year.

2. ) Abraham Lincoln was born on a small farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky.

3. ) The first Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant opened in Corbin, Kentucky.

4. ) The underground vaults at Fort Knox hold over six billion dollars worth of gold, making in the most valuable cache of gold in the world.

5. ) Pike County, Kentucky was home to the famous Hatfield-McCoy family feud, which lasted from Civil War times until the 1890s.

 

Kentucky in History

 

French and Indian War

Proclamation of 1763

American Civil War

Border States in the Civil War

   

Abraham Lincoln

 

Abraham Lincoln in Depth

This is one of the web’s most comprehensive exhibits on our 16th president for kids. This section also contains numerous printable or interactive activities.

   

Abraham Lincoln Historical Places

This interactive map describes the many locations in which Abraham Lincoln lived, traveled, or performed work.

   

How does Kentucky’s history compare to other states? Click below to try State History Rater

 
State History Racer
 
   

Kentucky People

 
Daniel Boone
 
Daniel Boone
 

Cherokee Nation

Daniel Boone

Abraham Lincoln

Kit Carson

Jefferson Davis

John Bell Hood

 

Kentucky in Detail

 
Louisville, Kentucky
 
Downtown Louisville: By mushashugyo (Louisville from the Belvedere) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
 

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Mammoth Cave National Park

 

Selected Kentucky Video – Mammoth Cave