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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Art is a priority at Gallery House and so is the art of providing guests delightful accommodations and delicious breakfasts. These modern Victorian guest rooms offer private b...
The museum has a display of personal items qwned by Alexander Arthur and his family. He was the first head of the English land company that founded Middlesboro. The building h...
The Appalachian Artisan Center Shop and website are home to an extensive selection of handcrafted items. From pottery to jewelry- furniture to quilts- the rich heritage of the...
Bell County's memories are on display, including railroad and a coal mine artifacts. Museum also features history and heritage of Southeastern Kentucky. Open Monday, Wednesday...
The museum showcases Perry County history.Accepts schoolbuses and Vans. Depicts life in Perry county from 1850-1950.
Henkelmann Life Science Collection, the Williams Cross Collection.
Ideal place to find something for the person who has everything.
The Breathitt County Museum is a virtual storehouse of Appalachian history. Exhibits include logging, coal mining, farming home life, education and military. The museum also f...
The Battle of Camp Wildcat is recognized as the first Union victory of the Civil War. Follow the walking trail (with interpretive signing) to Hoosiers Knob where the trenches ...
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