Due in part to budget and staff cuts, the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History, the Old State Capitol and the Kentucky Military History Museum were closed to walk-in visitors over the winter months.
Due to staff shortages at the Kentucky Historical Society, three historic sites in downtown Frankfort will temporary close next month to give employees time to update the society’s archives.
The bicentennial commission will be administered by the Kentucky Historical Society.
Historian Jacob Lee will deliver a presentation on George Rogers Clark’s relationship with Native Americans this week at the Kentucky Historical Society. It’s part of the “History Speaks” series sponsored by the Society. Coordinator Erica Harvey says that Lee’s lecture will challenge the notion that Clark, a Louisville founding father, wanted Native Americans to be… Continue reading Historian Lee To Deliver Clark Lecture