By Alicestyne Turley
A suite of essays discussing African american citizens in Kentucky and their dating with Abraham Lincoln and his policies.
Part I: Abraham Lincoln, America's "Agent of Change"
Part II: "The Lincolns, Slavery and starting of the West"
Part III: Kentucky African americans And the Constitution
Part IV: Kentucky and the Civil warfare
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Monk Estill first came to Kentucky on a scouting expedition during the 1770s with his owner, Captain James Estill from Augusta County, Virginia. Captain Estill arrived in Madison County, Kentucky in 1775 and five years later founded, along with his brother Samuel, Estill‘s Station, a fort about three miles southeast of what is now Richmond. In 1779, Monk Estill planted and maintained a nursery of apple trees in Boonesborough for the benefit of the Estill family. On March 20, 1782, Wyandot Indians ambushed and killed fourteen-year-old Jennie Gass and captured Monk Estill.
3 (Warren, 104). 1 Then, adults lined up to exchange cash for rolls of new coins while the governor handed out shinny pennies to all the schoolchildren. Birthday cake and punch were served and those waiting in the long penny line enjoyed the sugary treats. In late January 2009, as the nation prepared to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Lincoln‘s birth, an ice storm blanketed Kentucky. The areas surrounding Lincoln‘s birthplace, now a unit of the National Park Service lost lights, telephone and heat for more than a week.
Around 12,000 had passed through the Gap by the time the colonies won their independence in 1783. By 1800 more than 200,000 settlers had headed west along the Wilderness Road. Cumberland Gap is a pass through Cumberland Mountain in Bell County on the border of Kentucky and Virginia, just northeast of Tennessee. For both animals and humans, the pass was one of the most accessible routes to land west of the Appalachian Mountains. ATHAWOMINEE (Path of the Armed Ones, or Warriors' Path) was the name Shawnee Indians gave the rugged road west.
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