Native American Heritage
Although there were Native Americans in Kentucky in prehistoric times, when explorers and settlers began entering Kentucky in the mid-1700s, there were no permanent Kentucky Indian tribes or Native American settlements in the region. Instead of serving as a home for Kentucky Indian tribes, the country was used as common hunting grounds by Shawnees from the north and Cherokees from the south. The Iroquois also claimed their possession until 1768, though did not occupy them.
Today, several sites preserve the heritage of Native Americans in Kentucky, a vital part of the long history of Kentucky
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The Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau,
the official Destination Marketing Organization for Paducah/McCracken
County, is responsible for generating increme...
The Bluegrass Heritage Museum brings the history of the area to life for both the old and young by collecting, preserving and exhibiting objects valuable to the history of Win...
There's Only One...Cumberland Gap.
Cumberland Gap National Park has a lot to offer: rich history, spectacular scenery, impressive vistas, unique geologic sandstone formations...
opening its doors in the fall of 2003, the Hardin County History Museum
has been collecting and preserving artifacts, documents and other
memorabilia that tells the s...
The Kentucky Gateway Museum Center, formerly Mason County Museum, is operated by the Maysville and Mason County Library, Historical and Scientific Association chartered by the...
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