The History of Kentucky's Place in National Politics

by Laura Ellis on August 24, 2009


Monday, August 24, 2009
The History of Kentucky’s Place in National Politics
Henry Clay and Andrew Jackson are both familiar names to most Kentuckians (even if your last history class was a long time ago). But do you know their importance to the political history of Kentucky? And speaking of Kentucky, while our state was making its mark on national politics, our ancestors in Louisville were too busy with commerce and culture to pay much attention. So what was Kentucky’s role in national politics? And how did Louisville fit into the picture? Join us on Monday as we learn more. And call us with your questions.

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