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Kentucky History, 20th Century (1900-1999): Primary Sources in Special Collections
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Kentucky History, 20th Century (1900-1999): Primary Sources in Special Collections: Feuds/Outlaws
This guide will help you find primary sources pertaining to Kentucky History from 1900 through 1999.
What is a Primary Source?
Medicine/Health Care/Public Health
Migration In/Out of Kentucky
Natural Resources and Environmental Science
Persian Gulf War (First Gulf War)
Politics/Public Policy (Part I)
Politics/Public Policy (Part II)
Politics/Public Policy (Part III)
Religion/Churches/Clergy (Part I)
Religion/Churches/Clergy (Part II)
War On Poverty
Women (Part I)
Women (Part II)
Women (Part III)
World War I Era, 1914-1919
World War II Era, 1941-1945
Primary Manuscript Sources Pertaining to Feuds and/or Outlaws in Kentucky, 1890-1999 With Online Finding Aids. Click On Links To Access Full Collection Descriptions.
J. Winston Coleman Scrapbooks, 1779-1983
Charles Richard Staples Papers, 1912-1947
A history of feuds in Bath and Menifee counties, Kentucky written by an unidentified resident of the Olympian Hotel.
Oral Histories in Special Collections Pertaining to Feuds and/or Outlaws in Kentucky, 1890-1999. Click On Links To Access Interviews.
Interviews in these projects are available in the
Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History
Frontier Nursing Service Oral History Project - Interview with Mary Lewis Biggerstaff
Frontier Nursing Service Oral History Project - Interview with Vance Bowling
Frontier Nursing Service Oral History Project - Interview with Ott Bowling
Frontier Nursing Service Oral History Project - Interview with Elizabeth Finley
Frontier Nursing Service Oral History Project - Interview with Charlie Rice
Digital Books Published Before 1924 from the Special Collections Library: Electronic Reproduction Made Possible by the Beyond the Shelf Digitization Project. Click On Links To Access E-Books.
Digitized books available online.
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