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Oldham County : Life at the River's Edge (Paperback)

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Like many counties along the Mason-Dixon line, Oldham County was an area of divided loyalties: an important corridor for slave trafficking as well as part of the Underground Railroad for slaves who chose to run away. It was also a gateway for pioneers as they moved westward to a new frontier. Through the efforts of the Oldham County Historical Society, the stories and tales of this rich history have been preserved through court documents, old newspapers and other artifacts. Join local historian and columnist Dr. Nancy Stearns Theiss as she describes the muddy waters of the county's beginnings, through turbulent times and along the currents of progress.


Publisher History Pr
Mfg Part# 9781596298620
SKU 214104503
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1596298626
Release Date 2/2/2010
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