Browse Items By "NKAA Entries" (3279 Headings)


"African American Heritage Guide: history, art & entertainment," Lexington, KY

"Black Republican" (term)

"Darktown" at the Blue Grass Fair

"Information Wanted" (Newspaper ads)

"Jim Crow Car" on Trains

"Jim Crow" Imagery

"Jim Crow" The Character

"Joining the Ranks: African Americans in the Military"

"Kentucky Babe" (song)

"My Old Kentucky Home, Goodnight"

"Negro Hamlets and Gentlemen Farms: a dichotomous rural settlement pattern in Kentucky's Bluegrass Region" by P. C. Smith

"Ol Man River"/"Long Haired Mama" Song Controversy

"On the Trail of the Buffalo Soldier"

"Our Old Kentucky Home" (Performance)

"Petition of Colored People of [Owensboro] Kentucky"

"Public Meeting of the Colored Citizens of Detroit" [Crosswhite Affair]

"The Great Slave Escape of 1848 Ended in Bracken County"

"The Status of African Americans in Kentucky, 2010 Revised Edition"

"Uncovering the Lives of Kentucky's Enslaved People"

1125 W. Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY

125th Infantry

1826 Enslaved Revolt on Ohio River

1878 Abdallah Park "Colored" Fair (Harrison County, KY)

1924 third annual fair and premium list of New Colored Shelby County Fair Association, Inc.

1940 - Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners in Kentucky

1940 - Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners, Kentucky [TABLE A]

1940 - Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners, Kentucky [TABLE B]

1940 - Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners, Kentucky [TABLE C]

1940 - Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners, Kentucky [TABLE D]

1940 - Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners, Kentucky [TABLE E]

1940 - Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners, Kentucky [TABLE F]

1940 - Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners, Kentucky [TABLE G]

48th and 49th U.S. Volunteer Infantries, American-Philippine War

78th Tank Battalion

800 Camp Street Neighborhood (Indianapolis, IN)

82nd PGA Golf Championship (Louisville, KY)

[African American Schools] Negro Public Elementary Schools , 1931

[Clarissa] Street vs. Ferry


Abbington v Board of Education of Louisville (KY)

Abercrumbie, Paul Eric

Abernathy, Ronald L.

Academic Library Classes, Kentucky,African Americans

Adair County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Adam (Boone slave)

Adam (enslaved by Justice G. Robertson)

Adams, Charles "Cane"

Adams, Cyrus Field

Adams, Florence Victoria "Frankie"

Adams, Henry

Adams, Herbert Lewis

Adams, John Quincy "J.Q."

Adams, John Tyler "J.T."

Adams, Mary A.Henderson

Adams, Mary and Maria [Dutrieuille]

Adams, William Theodore

Adamstown in Lexington, KY

Adoption of African American Children in Kentucky, 1870-1950s

Advance-Courier (newspaper)

Africa in Fort Scott, Kansas [George Tivis]

African American Blacksmiths in Kentucky

African American Boxers in Kentucky, Photographs

African American Business District (Danville, KY)

African American Cabinetmakers in Kentucky

African American Cheerleaders and School Integration in Kentucky

African American Coach Cleaners in Kentucky

African American Comic Book and Action Figure HeroCollection [Frank X Walker]

African American Communities in Warren County, KY

African American County Extension Agents and Home Demonstration Agents, Kentucky

African American Dressmakers, 1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky

African American Families and Heritage in Garrard County [oral histories]

African American Family History Resources (Fayette County, KY)

African American Farmers Oral History Project (Kentucky)

African American Felony/Voter Disenfranchisement

African American Heritage Center, Inc. (Franklin, KY)

African American Heritage in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky (FA 509) [oral histories]

African American Heritage in Southern Hart County, Kentucky [oral histories]

African American Heritage of Simpson County Oral History Project and Simpson County Oral History Collection

African American Horsemen, Articles inKentucky Newspapers

African American Jockeys in Lexington, KY, 1893

African American Lawyers/Attorneys, Kentucky, 1880-1940

African American Lawyers/Attorneys, Kentucky, 1880-1940: Court Cases

African American Librarians, Kentucky

African American Library Directors

African American Library Employees, WPA, NYA, & Kentucky, 1940

African American Miners and Migrants: the Eastern Kentucky Social Club

African American Musicians and Singers,Berea College Digital Collection [online]

African American Oral History Collection, University of Louisville

African American Owners of Enslaved Persons in Kentucky

African American Performer at Louisville (Colored) Sängerfest

African American Physicians in Kentucky

African American Police Women (Louisville, KY)

African American Revolutionary War Soldiers, Kentucky

African American Schools - Catlettsburg Colored Common School District (Boyd County, KY)

African American Schools - Colored Superintendents at Kentucky Public Schools, 1925

African American Schools - Kentucky, 1866

African American Schools - Kentucky, 1886

African American Schools - Moonlight Schools, Kentucky

African American Schools and Students in Kentucky (Photographs)

African American Schools and Students Photographs, KDLA Electronic Records Archives

African American Schools and Teachers in Kentucky, 1929

African American Schools in Adair County, KY

African American Schools in Allen County, KY

African American Schools in Anderson County, KY

African American Schools in Ballard County, KY

African American Schools in Barbourville and Knox County, KY

African American Schools in Barren County, KY

African American Schools in Bath County, KY

African American Schools in Bell County, KY

African American Schools in Boone County, KY

African American Schools in Boyd County, KY

African American Schools in Boyle County, KY

African American Schools in Bracken County, KY

African American Schools in Breathitt County, KY

African American Schools in Breckinridge County, KY

African American Schools in Bullitt County, KY

African American Schools in Butler County, KY

African American Schools in Caldwell County, KY

African American Schools in Calloway County, KY

African American Schools in Campbell County, KY

African American Schools in Carlisle County, KY

African American Schools in Carroll County, KY

African American Schools in Carter County, KY

African American Schools in Casey County, KY

African American Schools in Christian County, KY

African American Schools in Clark County, KY

African American Schools in Clay County, KY

African American Schools in Clinton County, KY

African American Schools in Crittenden County, KY

African American Schools in Cumberland County, KY

African American Schools in Daviess County, KY

African American Schools in Earlington, KY (Hopkins County)

African American Schools in Edmonson County, KY

African American Schools in Elliott County, KY

African American Schools in Estill County, KY

African American Schools in Fleming County, KY

African American Schools in Floyd County, KY

African American Schools in Frankfort and Franklin County, KY

African American Schools in Fulton County, KY

African American Schools in Gallatin County, KY

African American Schools in Garrard County, KY

African American Schools in Grant County, KY

African American Schools in Graves County, KY

African American Schools in Grayson County, KY

African American Schools in Green County, KY

African American Schools in Greenup County, KY

African American Schools in Hancock County, KY

African American Schools in Hardin County, KY

African American Schools in Harlan County, KY

African American Schools in Harrison County, KY

African American Schools in Hart County, KY

African American Schools in Henderson County, KY

African American Schools in Henry County, KY

African American Schools in Hickman County, KY

African American Schools in Jackson County, KY

African American Schools in Jessamine County, KY

African American Schools in Johnson County, KY

African American Schools in Kenton County, KY

African American Schools in Knott County, KY

African American Schools in Larue County, KY

African American Schools in Laurel County, KY

African American Schools in Lawrence County, KY

African American Schools in Lee County, KY

African American Schools in Leslie County, KY

African American Schools in Letcher County, KY

African American Schools in Lewis County, KY

African American Schools in Lexington and Fayette County, KY

African American Schools in Lincoln County, KY

African American Schools in Livingston County, KY

African American Schools in Logan County, KY

African American Schools in Louisville and Jefferson County, KY

African American Schools in Lyon County, KY

African American Schools in Madison County, KY

African American Schools in Madisonville and Hopkins County, KY

African American Schools in Magoffin County, KY

African American Schools in Marion County, KY

African American Schools in Marshall County, KY

African American Schools in Martin County, KY

African American Schools in Mason County, KY

African American Schools in McCreary County, KY

African American Schools in McLean County, KY

African American Schools in Meade County, KY

African American Schools in Menifee County, KY

African American Schools in Mercer County, KY

African American Schools in Metcalfe County, KY

African American Schools in Monroe County, KY

African American Schools in Morgan County, KY

African American Schools in Mt. Sterling and Montgomery County, KY

African American Schools in Muhlenberg County, KY

African American Schools in Nelson County, KY

African American Schools in Nicholas County, KY

African American Schools in Ohio County, KY

African American Schools in Oldham County, KY

African American Schools in Owen County, KY

African American Schools in Owsley County, KY

African American Schools in Paducah and McCracken County, KY

African American Schools in Paris and Bourbon County, KY

African American Schools in Pendleton County, KY

African American Schools in Perry County, KY

African American Schools in Pike County, KY

African American Schools in Powell County, KY

African American Schools in Pulaski County, KY

African American Schools in Robertson County, KY

African American Schools in Rockcastle County, KY

African American Schools in Rowan County, KY

African American Schools in Russell County, KY

African American Schools in Scott County, KY

African American Schools in Shelby County, KY

African American Schools in Simpson County, KY

African American Schools in Spencer County, KY

African American Schools in Taylor County, KY

African American Schools in Todd County, KY

African American Schools in Trigg County, KY

African American Schools in Trimble County, KY

African American Schools in Union County, KY

African American Schools in Warren County, KY

African American Schools in Washington County, KY

African American Schools in Wayne County, KY

African American Schools in Webster County, KY

African American Schools in Whitley County, KY

African American Schools in Wolfe County, KY

African American Schools in Woodford County, KY

African American Schools, Freedmen Schools - Kentucky, 1866-1870

African American Schools, High Schools - Eastern Kentucky, 1948

African American Schools: African American Education in South Central Kentucky, 1920–1960 - Oral History Collection by Joseph Carl Ruff (FA166)

African American Schools: Ralph Bunche Community Center Oral History Project (FA 455)

African American Shoe Makers in Kentucky [not Lexington]

African American Shoe Makers, Repairers, Shiners - Maysville, KY

African American Shoe Shiners and Shoe Repairers in Lexington, KY, 1930-1947

African American Shoemakers and Shoe Repairers in Lexington, KY Prior to 1900

African American Shoemakers from Kentucky, 1880

African American Shoemakers in Kentucky Prisons (A Leading U.S. Industry)

African American Shoemakers, Shoe Repairers and Shoe Shiners - Covington, Kenton County, KY

African American Slavery in Mexico - Tom West

African American Theater Buildings in Kentucky

African American Undergraduates at University of Kentucky

African American WACs Born in Kentucky

African Americans in and from Kentucky in the Cigar Industry, 1860-1940

African Americans in KentuckyKilled By Lightning

African Americans in the Military Oral History Project

African Americans in the Thoroughbred Industry Oral History Project

African Americans in the Upper Cumberland Region (FA 510) [oral histories]

African Americans Returning to the U.S. from Honduras [Jimmy Johnson]

African AmericanShoe Makers and Repairers - Danville, KY

African AmericanShoe Makers, Repairers, Shiners - Ashland, KY [Nettie May Higgins Franklin]

African AmericanShoe Makers, Repairers, Shiners - Bowling Green, KY[John T.and Mattie Porter]

African AmericanShoe Makers, Repairers, Shiners - Frankfort, KY [B. F. Spencer] [B. F. Sayre]

African AmericanShoe Makers, Repairers, Shiners - Hopkinsville, KY

African AmericanShoe Makers, Repairers, Shiners - Lexington, KY [John B. and Ella B. Thomas] [Rev. Titus Buckner]

African AmericanShoe Makers, Repairers, Shiners - Louisville, KY

African AmericanShoe Makers, Repairers, Shiners - Paducah, KY

African Baptist Church (Henderson, KY)

African Baptist Church (Paris, KY)

African Cemetery No. 2 (Lexington, KY)

African Church (Danville, KY)

Agricultural and Mechanical Association of the Colored People of Bourbon County

Aikens, Julia Eva Jackson Stone

Ainsworth, Marilyn V. Yarbrough

Air Force Historical Research Agency

Akins, Clyde B., Sr.

Alcohol Not Served to Women at Bars [Frankie E. Maxwell]

Alexander, Henry

Alexander, Joseph L.

Alexander, Kelvin E.

Alexander, Lucy

Ali, Muhammad [Cassius Clay]

Allen County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1920

Allen, Anthony, Sr.

Allen, Bessie Miller and Henry

Allen, Charles Edward

Allen, Dudley

Allen, Elmer Lucille

Allen, Frank, Jr.

Allen, James A.

Allen, James Combs

Allen, Norman W. "Bee"

Allensville (KY) Emancipation Celebration

Allensworth, Allen [Allensworth, CA]

Allensworth, James L., Sr.

Allensworth, Josephine L.

Alleyne, Delores Gordon

Alpha Chapter #90, O.E.S., P. H. A. (Midway, KY)

Alston, Ethel B. Richardson

Always there: the African-American presence in American quilts (book)

American Baptist Home Missionary Society Schools in Kentucky, 1895

American Fugitive Slaves in the British Metropolis (London, England)

American Woodmen, Kentucky

American/Brazilian Slaver "Kentucky" (ship)

Anderson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Anderson, Carey L, Jr.

Anderson, Carl Lewis

Anderson, Charles H.

Anderson, Charles W., Jr.

Anderson, Dennis H.

Anderson, Derek

Anderson, Ezzrett, Jr. "Sugarfoot"

Anderson, Felix S., Sr.

Anderson, Heidi M.

Anderson, John James [AKA James S. Anderson] [Anderson's Administrator v. Darland]

Anderson, Mattie E.

Anderson, Myrtle E.

Anderson, Robert B.

Anderson, Sammy Louis "Shake"

Anderson, Sandford Woodford and Polly Ann

Anderson, William Hardin

Anderson, William Louis

Anderson, Zelda Webb

Anderson-Mayer State Aid Act

Anthony, Lillian Doloris

Anti-Tuberculosis Movement (Louisville, KY)

Appalachian Counties in Kentucky

Archives of Ontario (Canada)

Ariel/Hall (Camp Nelson, KY)

ARL Career Enhancement Program Participants, 2009

Armstead, James, Jr. "Jimmie"

Arnett, Charles H.

Arnold, Adam Shirley, Jr.

Arnold, Horacee Emmanuel

Arthur, Jane

Arthur, William R. B. [People's Auxiliary Hospital in St.Louis, MO]

Asher v Huffman

Ashford, Mary Victoria Brown

Ashland Colored Branch Library (Boyd County, KY)

Ashworth, John Pater

At Leisure's Edge

Atkins, Boyd

Atkins, Calvin Rupert and Dora G. Graham Atkins

Atkins, Charles Henry "Speedy"

Atkinson Literary and Industrial College [H. V. Taylor]

Atwell, Joseph Sandiford

Atwood, Rufus Ballard

Aubespin, Mervin R.

Aunt Charlotte and King Solomon

Aunt Lou's Underground Railroad Tomato

Austin, Bobby William

Austin, Helen Cloud

Austin, Jacqueline

Autobiography of a Female Slave, by Mattie Griffith

Automobile Industry Employment: Kentucky, African Americans

Averitt, William Rodney "Bird"

Avery, Rose and Minnie [Becca Richards]

Ayers, Rhoda Mae Reynolds "Rhonnie"

Ayres, John H.


Bacon, Louis

Bacon, Mamie

Bailey, Doris Mary

Bailey, James W., Jr.

Bailey, John S.

Bailey, Robert E. Lee

Baker, Bettye F.

Baker, Charles Edward

Baker, Charles William

Baker, David

Baker, Donna Jones

Baker, Frederic Lee "Fred"

Baker, Henry Edward

Baker, Houston A., Jr.

Baker, Ida Mae (aka Ida Mae Maple)

Baker, McHouston T., Sr."Mickey"

Ball, Richard

Ball, William Baton

Ballard County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Ballard, John and Amanda [Ballard Mountain]

Ballard, William H., Sr.

Ballew, Joseph S.

Balloon Barrage Battalion, [George Washington Kenley]

Banks, Anna B. Simms

Banks, Charles Anthony, Sr. [Kentucky Trojans Basketball Team]

Banks, Charles Wendell

Banks, Johnella Barksdale

Banks, William Venoid

Banks, William Webb

Bannister, Frank T., Jr.

Baptist Women's Educational Convention

Barber, Paul Peter

Barbers (Louisville, KY)

Barbour, James Bernie

Barbourville (KY) Republican County Committee, Colored Members

Bardo, Stephen "Steve"

Bardstown Slaves: Amputation and Louisiana Sugar Plantations

Barker, Samuel Lorenzo

Barlow, Charles Henry

Barlow, William D.

Barnes, Margaret Elizabeth Sallee

Barnes, Shelby D., "Pike"

Barnes, Walter Leland

Barnes, William

Barnett, Peter W.

Barr, Henry

Barren County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Barrens, Esther Maxwell

Bartleson, Truman, Sr.

Bate, John W.

Bate, Langston F.

Bates, Susie Sweat

Bath County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Bather, Paul Charles

Batson v Kentucky

BBC's Kentucky Minstrels

Beam, Augustus G.

Beam, Ulysses S., and John W. Beam (brothers)

Bean, Walter Dempsey

Beard, Alfred, Jr. "Butch"

Beason, Tyrone

Beason, William E. "Bill"

Beatty, Anthany, Sr.

Beaumont, James T.

Beauty Shops (Louisville, KY)

Beck, Thomas

Beckwith, Anna M. Logan

Beckwith, John

Bell County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1870-1900

Bell, Charles W.

Bell, J. W.

Bell, Jesse B.

Bell, Robert F.

Bell, Spencer

Bellarmine College Basketball Team (Louisville, KY)

Ben (former slave)

Benjamin, R. C. O.

Bennett, Bradford

Bennett, Norvel

Bennett, Winston G., III

Bennett-Jones, Valerie

Benson, William, Sr."Bud"

Bentley, Daniel S.

Bentley, Denise

Bentley, George, Sr.

Benton, J. W.

Berea College Library

Berry, Elder A.

Berry, Ella G. Tucker

Berry, Isaac, Sr.

Berry, Joyce Hamilton

Berry, Julius Steele

Berry, Robert T. "R. T." and George W. Berry

Berry, Thacker Louis "T. L."

Berry, Theodore Moody, Sr.

Berry, Ulysses

Berry, Victoria Lynn Green

Berryman, John Leroy

Best, James L.

Bethea, Rainey

Bibb, Charles Leon

Bibb, Henry Walton

Bibbs, Junius A.

Bickerstaff, Bernard T., Sr. "Bernie"

Bicycle Clubs (Wheelmen), Louisville, KY

Biggerstaff, Thomas B.

Biggerstaff, William

Bill (slave)

Bingham, Chantel R. Brown [Depp]

Bingham, Rebecca T.

Bingham, Walter D.

Birch, Augustine Edward

Birch, Ernest O. and Edward E. [Birch Bros.]

Birth Control Movement and African American Women in Kentucky

Bishop, Daisy H. and Charles Maceo

Bishop, Darryl R.

Bishop, James Lee

Bishop, Stephen

Black Boxers and Golden Gloves, from Segregation to National Champions

Black Church in Kentucky Oral History Project

Black Dolls - Collector Books, Paducah, KY

Black Elected Officials in Southern Kentucky [oral histories]

Black Graduates of Kentucky (periodical)

Black Herman's Actual Death

Black History Gallery [Emma Reno Connor]

Black Horsemen

Black Kentucky Artists

Black Migration from England to Kentucky

Black Names, Kentucky

Black Owned Businesses in Kentucky

Black Shakers (Pleasant Hill, KY)

Black, Evelyn Jones

Black, Isaac E.

Black, John L., Sr.

Black, Karla L.

Blackburn, Charles H. "Jack"

Blackburn, Thornton and Ruth (or Lucie)

Blackmon, George Z.

Blacks in Kentucky Oral History Project

Blacks In Lexington Oral History Project

Blacks in Louisville Oral History Project

Blacks Who Enlisted in Kentucky for U.S. Navy Submarine Duty During World War II

Blakeley, Mary W.

Blakey, William Arthur "Buddy"

Blanton, John Oliver, Jr.

Blanton, John W.

Blanton, William Spencer

Blewitt, Kenneth G., Jr.

Bloomer Girls Baseball Team, Lexington, KY

Blue Grass Colored Baseball League

Blue, Thomas F., Sr.

Bluster, Missouri Quisenberry

Blythe, Henry L.

Blythe, James Louis "Jimmy"

Blythe, Robert Henry Clay Mitchell

Board, Sally [Petersburg, Kentucky]

Bobtown, Farristown, and Middletown (Berea, KY)

Bolen, Stephanie L.

Bolling, Anna Nichols

Bond, Henry

Bond, Horace M.

Bond, Howard H.

Bond, J. Max, Sr.

Bond, James Arthur, Sr.

Bond, James M.

Bond, James Max, Jr.

Bond, Leslie Fee, Sr.

Bond, Phillip Damone "Phil"

Bond, Ruth E. Clement

Bonter, Jackson

Booker, Elzey

Booker, Jim

Booker, Robert H.

Booker-Bryant, Ruth

Boone County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Born in Africa, Born in Kentucky

Born in Mexico, Lived in Kentucky, 1850-1920

Born with a Purpose: African Americans in Owensboro [oral histories]

Boswell, Arnita Y.

Bottoms, Jesse V., Sr.

Bottoms, Lawrence Wendell

Botts, Henry [Bason]

Bourbon Colored Mutual Savings and Loan Association, Paris, KY

Bourbon County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Bourbon County (KY) Protective Union of Color

Bourbon County Training School (Little Rock, KY)

Bourbon County, Kentucky African American Oral History Project

Bourbon County, Kentucky, Deeds of Manumission Abstracts by Nancy O'Malley

Bowen, James Lyman

Bowen, William Henry

Bowles, Eva Del Vakia

Bowles, Joseph William

Bowling Green Academy (Bowling Green, KY)

Bowling Green Colored Branch Library (Warren County, KY)

Boyd County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

Boyd, Charles W. "C. W."

Boyd, Francis A.

Boyd, Henry

Boyle County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Bracken County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Bracken, Herbert "Doc"

Bradberry, Henrietta Mahim

Bradby, Marie

Braden, Anne McCarty and Carl

Bradford, Billy R.

Bradford, Harrison

Bradleigh, Gretchen Nanette

Bradley, Mollie McFarland [Midway Colored School]

Bradley, Walter T., Jr.

Bradshaw, Dizney Wayman

Bradshaw, Eliza

Brady, Bessie May

Brady, St. Elmo

Bramwell, Fitzgerald B. "Jerry"

Branegan, George [Poynts vs. Branegan]

Branham, James L.

Brashear, Carl M.

Brashear, Jimmie Tyler

Braxton, Frederick [Bracktown] [Main Street Baptist Church]

Brazley, Michael D.

Breathitt County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Breckinridge County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Breckinridge, Thomas, and Holmes - Undertakers (Xenia, OH)

Breeding, Polly

Brennen, David A.

Brent, George

Bridgeman, Ulysses "Junior"

Bridges, Travis

Bright, Willis K., Jr.

Brim, John

Britt, Allen [Frankie and Johnny]

Britt, Hardin B.

Britton, Arthur Eugene and Lillian Smith

Britton, Mary E.

Britton, Thomas M., Sr. "Tom"

Brock, James "Jim"

Brock, Richard

Brodis, James, Sr. "Jim" [Joseph M. Dorcy v. Maria Brodis et al.]

Brooks Sisters

Brooks, Charles H.

Brooks, Corrinne Mudd

Brooks, Cynthia

Brooks, Edward Benjamin

Brooks, Garland H.

Brooks, James Jr. "Jim"

Brooks, Jonathan H.

Brooks, Melody J.

Brooks, Phillip C.

Brooks, Robert A. "Bob"

Brooks, Robert H.

Brooks, Thomas L.

Brown (Byrd), Calvin

Brown, Beatrice Sandra

Brown, Camellia Adell Million

Brown, Clara

Brown, Curlee Sr.

Brown, Edward D. "Brown Dick"

Brown, Edward Hall

Brown, Hugh Victor

Brown, J. B., Jr.

Brown, James and Bridgett

Brown, Jesse E. "Doc"

Brown, John Michael

Brown, John Willie "Scoop"

Brown, Josh

Brown, Lee L.

Brown, Marie Spratt

Brown, Mary Ellen

Brown, Phil H.

Brown, Robert L. "Tobe"

Brown, Russell Salathiel, Sr.

Brown, Thelma Waide

Brown, Tull Edward

Brown, Viola Davis

Brown, William W.

Brown-Anderson, Marilyn G.

Brown-Lewis, Charliese

Browne, Birdius W.

Brownsville Affair [Texas] - 25th U.S. Regiment

Broyles, Moses

Brucetown (Lexington, KY)

Brumfield, Sophia M."Sophie" Overstreet

Brummell, William C., Sr.

Bruner, Peter

Bryant, Charles W. "C. W."

Bryant, Clarence W.

Bryant, Derek R.

Bryant, Isabella

Bryant, Roscoe C., Jr.

Bryant-Johnson, Donna

Buchanan, Walter S.

Buck, Vincent Lamont "Vince"

Buckner, George Washington

Buckner, Gregory Derayle "Greg"

Buckner, Harry Edward

Buckner, Jim

Buckner, La Tasha Arnae

Buckner, Nathaniel "Nat"

Buckner, William

Buffalo Soldiers reburied in New Mexico [Thomas Smith and David Ford]

Bullitt County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Bumpus, Earl

Bundy, Sarah S.

Burdett, Gabriel

Burdett, Samuel "Sam" and Belle

Burdette, John McKinley

Burks, Ishmon, F. Jr.

Burks, Juanita P.

Burks, Kathryn L. Wright

Burleigh, Angus A.

Burley, Daniel Gardner

Burley, James M.

Burnam, Cedric C.

Burnette, Atlas Crawford

Burns, Tommie L., Jr.

Burnside, Carl Meredith

Burnt Cork in Kentucky Derby, 1943

Burroughs, Nannie H.

Burroughs, Olive Marie James

Burse, Luther, Sr.

Burse, Raymond M.

Burton, Evans, Jr. [W. E. "Buddy" Burton]

Burton, James A.

Burton, Rahn

Burton, Thomas W.

Bush v. Kentucky (John Bush vs The Commonwealth of Kentucky)

Butler County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Butler, Darraugh Clay

Butler, William F.

Butts, William A.


Cabell Brothers (Pharmacists)

Cabell, Aaron H.

Cabell, George C.


Cage, Athena

Caldwell County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Caldwell, Charles

Caldwell, John Martin, Jr.

Calhoun, William C., Sr.

Calloway County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Calloway, Ernest Abner

Calvin and Porter Townships (Cass County), Michigan

Calvin Ruff and Libby Lightburn

Calvin, Mandy

Camp Knox Team [Colored Football]

Campbell County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Campbell, Alexander, Sr. (former slave)

Campbell, Charles

Campbell, Madison

Campbell, Robert E., aka "Bob" Allen

Campbell, William Joseph

Campbellsville - Taylor County, Kentucky Oral History Project (FA 202)

Cannon, Frank Robert, Sr.

Capers, Eugenia "Jean" Marie Murrell Strode

Carlisle County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1900-1920

Carlisle's 1955 Integrated Football Team

Caroline (escaped slave) [Donnell v. State]

Carpenter, Charles William

Carpenter, Eliza

Carpenter, Olie Atkins

Carpenter, Rose L.

Carpenters (Louisville, KY)

Carr, Fletcher

Carr, George W.

Carr, Kipley D.

Carr, Maria Powell

Carroll County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Carroll, Robert Newbold "Bob"

Carson, Julia M. P.

Carson, Julius McClure "Kid Carson"

Carson, Letitia

Carson, Sam

Carter County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Carter, Lee "Bearcat"

Carter, Leon J., III

Carter, Lillie Mae Bland

Carter, Maria F. [Trimble County Common Colored Schools]

Casey County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Casey, Albert A., Sr. "Al"

Casey, Dwane

Castleman, William Saffell Jr. "Will"

Caterers, Butchers, Confectioners, Ice Cream (Louisville, KY)

Cato (former slave/then again slave)

Cato (slave jockey) [Grey Eagle v Wagner]

Caufield and Shook Studio Photographs

Caulder, William Francis "Jelly"

Cayce, James B.

Cedar Creek and Mill Creek, KY

Cement and Concrete Workers: African Americans in Kentucky and The Women Workers, 1910-1930

Cemeteries in Kentucky Database

Centenarian Librarians (Kentucky)

Center of Excellence for the Study of Kentucky African Americans (CESKAA)

Center Street Colored Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church

Central and South American Immigration Association and Equal Rights League of the Western Continent

Central Law School (Louisville, KY)

Chambers, Greenberry and Charlotte

Chambers, William A.

Chappell, Roy M.

Chappell, Willa B.

Charity (Negro Woman)

Charlotte Court(s) in Lexington, KY

Cheaney, Henry E.

Chenault, Hortenius

Chenault, John

Chenault, Lawrence E.

Cherokee State Park (Kentucky Lake, KY)

Chicago Police Officers from Kentucky, 1900-1930s

Childers, Lulu Vere

Childress, Joanna Kimble Offutt

Childress, William Haydon, Jr.

Chiles, James Alexander [Chiles v. Chesapeake & O R CO]

Chittison, Herman

Chivis, John C.

Christian County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Christian County's First Elected Negro Officials

Christian Woman's Board of Missions (CWBM), Kentucky

Christian, Chauncey Lewis

Churchill, Edward A.

Churchill, Leroy O.

Cincinnati Human Radiation Experiments, 1960-1972: The Deceased from Kentucky

Citizen's Auxiliary Hospital (Louisville, KY)

Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky Oral History Project

Civil War Colored Troops, Columbus, KY

Civil War Fort at Boonesboro

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp 510 at Mammoth Cave, KY

Clark County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Clark Stonewall's Children [Monticello, KY]

Clark, Charles H.

Clark, Elmer S., Jr.

Clark, John T.

Clark, John W.

Clark, Yvonne Young

Clark-Heard, Michelle

Clarke, Anna Mac

Clarke, Daniel

Clarke, John Milton and Lewis Garrard (brothers)

Clay County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Clay, Henry (formerly enslaved)

Clay, John Brutus "The Blue Grass Cyclone"

Clay, John T.

Clay, Kenneth H.

Clay, Theodore H., Sr.

Claybourne, Jack

Claybrook v Owensboro

Claysville and Other Neighborhoods (Paris, KY)

Clayter, Henry

Clayton, Alonzo

Clayton, Denise

Clayton, Edward Taylor

Clayton, Eugene Scott, Sr.

Clayton, Theodore

Clement, Emma C. Williams

Clement, Rufus E.

Clemons, Dorothy C.

Cleveland - Kentucky State College Club

Clinton County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

CME Publishing House in Kentucky

Cobb, Lewis Arthur Gill "Shoe Shine"

Cocaine and Negroes in Kentucky, 1898-1914

Coe Colony (Cumberland County, KY)

Coe, James R. "Jimmy" [Jimmy Cole]

Coffey, Alvin A.

Cofield, William E., Sr.

Coggs, Pauline Redmond

Colbert, Jesse B.

Cole, I. Willis

Cole, James H. and Mary D.

Cole, Morris Edward

Coleman, Fielding "Toke"

Coleman, Frederick Douglass, Jr.

Coleman, George

Coleman, Gertrude W., Dr.

Coleman, John A., Sr.

Coleman, Louis, Jr.

Coleman, Robert Alfonzo

Coleman, Ruth A.

Coleman, William David (Liberia)

Coleman, William Johnson "Bill" (musician)

Colerane, Horace Donia, Sr.

Coles County, Illinois [Anthony and Jane Bryant]

Coletown (Lexington, KY)

College of the Scriptures, Louisville, KY

Collins, Alfred "Sonny"

Collins, Iona Wood

Cologne, Texas

Colonization Conspiracy Claim (East St. Louis, IL)

Colored A. & M. Fair Association

Colored Benevolent Society of Hopkinsville

Colored Bureau of Education, Frankfort, KY

Colored Christian Church (Midway, KY)

Colored Circles, Colored News Notes, Colored News, General Colored News, and Colored Notes (Lexington Newspapers)

Colored Clinics (Bowling Green, KY)

Colored Column (Winchester, KY, Newspaper)

Colored Department (Paducah Newspaper)

Colored Department and Among the Colored Citizens (Frankfort Newspaper)

Colored Emigration Movement

Colored Fair at Stamping Ground, KY

Colored Ladies' Soldiers Aid Society (Louisville, KY)

Colored Libraries in the Charlotte Court and Aspendale Housing Projects, Lexington, KY (Fayette County)

Colored Lodges - Ashland, KY

Colored Lodges - Bowling Green, KY

Colored Lodges - Covington and Newport, KY

Colored Lodges - Frankfort, KY

Colored Lodges - Henderson, KY

Colored Lodges - Hopkinsville, KY

Colored Lodges - Louisville, KY

Colored Lodges - Madisonville, KY

Colored Lodges - Owensboro, KY

Colored Lodges - Paducah, KY

Colored Lodges - Paris, KY

Colored Lodges - Winchester, KY

Colored Marriage Books, Trimble County, KY

Colored Men's Reading Room, Frankfort, KY

Colored News (Middlesboro Newspaper)

Colored News (Richmond Newspaper)

Colored News and Colored News Notes (Georgetown Newspaper)

Colored News and Colored News of Interest (Russellville Newspaper)

Colored News and Colored Notes (Berea Newspaper)

Colored News and News of Inerest to Colored People (Bowling Green Newspaper)

Colored News Items and Colored News (Franklin Newspaper)

Colored Notes (Danville Newspapers)

Colored Notes (Mt. Stering Newspaper)

Colored Notes and Colored Folks News (Cloverport Newspaper)

Colored Passenger Excursion Train Wreck, South Carrollton, KY

Colored People's Column and Colored News (Earlington and Madisonville Newspapers)

Colored People’s Column (Georgetown Newspaper)

Colored Reading Room, Lexington Carnegie Public Library (Fayette County, KY)

Colored Scholarship - University of Kentucky, Senior Class of 1908

Colored School Notes (Stanford Newspaper)

Colored Skating Rink (Earlington, KY)

Colored Skating Rink (Paducah, KY)

Colored Skating Rink (Paris, KY)

Colored Skating Rink (Winchester, KY)

Colored Skating Rink and Summer Palm Garden (Lexington, KY)

Colored Soldiers Monument

Colored Statue Performer

Colored Swimming Pool (Louisville, KY)

Colored Troop Regiments from Kentucky, U.S. Civil War

Colored Voters' Leagues

Colored/Negro Baseball Teams in Kentucky

Colston, Lugusta Tyler

Columbia (KY) Temperance Society

Columbia Colored Library (Adair County, KY)

Combs, George Robert

Combs, Richard "Tallow Dick"

Committee on Negro Housing [Robert H. Hogan]

Commonwealth v. Poindexter, &c.

Community Memories: A Glimpse of African American Life in Frankfort, KY Project [Kentucky Historical Society - oral histories]

Community Voice (newspaper) [Donald Cordray]

Compton, John Glover

Confederate Reunion, 1900 (Louisville, KY)

Conference of the Presidents of Negro Land Grant Colleges

Conley, Jess

Conley, Nellie [Madame Sul-Te-Wan]

Connections with Renee Shaw (KET)

Connors, Charles Raymond "Chuck"

Consumers: Slavery Era Insurance Registry

Convention of Colored Men of Kentucky

Convention of Colored Newspaper Men

Convention of Colored Republicans (or Colored Border State Convention)

Convention of Free Negroes of Kentucky

Conventions of the Colored Christian Churches in Kentucky

Conwill, Houston Eugene

Cook, George

Cook, Isabel and John Hartwell

Cook-Parrish, Mary Virginia

Cooke, Charles L. "Doc"

Cooper, Camille

Cooper, Opal D.

Cooper, Priscilla Hancock

Cooper, Ron

Copeland, Ivanora B.

Copeland, Mayme Leonettza Brooks

Corbin v Marsh (Nicholas County, KY)

Corbin, KY (1919)

Cornett, Valerie C.

Cosby, Kevin Wayne

Cosby, Laken, Jr.

Cotter, Joseph S., Jr.

Cotter, Joseph S., Sr.

Cotton, John A.

Covell, Henry

Covington Desegregated Library and Services (Kenton County, KY)

Covington Tigers Baseball Team (Covington, KY)

Covington, Glen E.

Covington, Virgil

Cowan, Alfred C.

Cowan, Brenda D.

Cowan, Fred

Cox, Fannie M.

Cox, Johnson Duncan

Cox, Wesley

Coxe, Gloucester Caliman

Coxton Black Sox (baseball)

Craft, Rebecca

Craft, Thomas, J. Sr.

Craig, Charles Wesley, Sr. "Chuck"

Craig, Susan Mary

Craine,W. C. [William C.]

Crawford, Don L.

Crawford, James Columbus and Henrietta Arnold

Crawley, Elizabeth Gore Curtis "Lizzie Jane"

Crenshaw, Jesse

Crenshaw, Walter Clarence, Jr.

Crews, Cookie

Crittenden County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Crittenden, Breckenridge

Crocker, Cynthia

Crosby, Steve

Cross, Alexander and Martha A.

Cross, Clarence

Cross, Dorothy Mae

Cross, Oscar Mansfield

Cross, William R.

Crosswhite, Adam and Sarah

Crouch, Hubert Branch

Crowders, Reuben [Ernest Hogan]

Crumlin, James A., Sr.

Crump, Steven

Cruse, Charles Plummer "C. P."

Crutcher, Jeffrey Wayne

Cullen, Countee LeRoy

Cumberland County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Cummings, James L.

Cunningham, James C.

Cunningham, James R.

Cunningham, Raoul

Cunningham, Terry R.

Cunningham, Thomas L.

Curd, Kirksey Louis

Curry, Paul H.

Cyrus, Mary Clark


Dance, Robert Lawrence "Dencio"

Daniel, Wilbur N.

Daniel, Wiley Young

Danner, Margaret E.

Danville Colored Branch Library (Boyle County, KY)

Darby, (Blind) Teddy

Darden, George Harry

Darling Nellie Gray (song)

Darnes, Rebecca and William

Darrell, Betty L.

Davids, Tice

Davidson, Shelby J.

Daviess [Daveiss] County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Davis, Benjamin O, Jr.

Davis, DeWayne Frank

Davis, Edward Benjamin and Bettie Webb

Davis, Ellen

Davis, Samuel

Davis, Van, Jr.

Davis, William Emory "Bunny"

Davis, William Henry

Davis, William L.

Davistown (Garrard County, KY)

Dawson, Carlos

Dawson, Dermontti

Dawson, Howard Preston, Jr.

Dawson, Osceola Aleece

DB Bourbon Candy, LLC [Robyn C. Stuart and Johnnye Smallwood Cunningham]

Dean, Dora [Dora Dean Babbige Johnson]

Deane, Robert

Dearing, Joseph Earl

Decker, Charles Edward

Deer Lodge and Chouteau Counties, Montana

Dehaven, Burrell B.

Denning, Joe W.

Deppe, Louis B.

Devine, Jerry Knox

Dickerson, Arnold "Dobie"

Dickerson, Bernice Clark

Dickerson, Roger Quincey "R. Q."

Dickerson, William H.

Dickinson, Blanch T.

Diggs, Elder Watson

Dill, Augustus Granville

Dillard, William O., Sr.

Dillon, Celita L.

Dils Cemetery

Dinning, George

Dinwiddie, William Thomas

Directory of African Americans in Lexington, Kentucky: 1893

Dishman, Garland S.

Dishman, Oscar, Jr.

Division of Negro Education (Kentucky)

Dixieland Gardens (Lexington, KY)

Dixon, LaVerne Fellows

Dixville and Other Communities in North Middletown, KY

Dock, Pong [Chinese in Covington, KY]

Donaldson, Dhana Bradley Morton

Donan, Russell

Doneghy, Dudley

Doneghy, Edward "Ed"

Doneghy, Joseph E.

Doram, Dennis and Diademia

Dorsey, Charles Ford Jr. "Bud"

Dorsey, William Henry "Billy"

Dotson, William S.

Dougherty, Charles "Pat"

Douglass Deamons (high school basketball), Lexington, KY, 1957

Douglass, William J.

Dowe, Jessica

Dowery, Robert L., Sr.

Drake, John B., Jr.

Drewes, Lula B.Morton

Drury, Theodore

DuBois School (Mt. Sterling, KY)

Duff, Washington

Duffy, William M., Jr.

Dulin, James W.

Dunbar, Joshua

Dunbar, Matilda Jane Burton Murphy

Duncan, Alzona John

Duncan, Clark and Julia

Duncan, Cruz [Cruz McClusky]

Duncan, George

Duncan, Henry J. "Hank"

Duncan, John Bonner

Duncan, Laval T.

Duncan, Lillian W.

Duncan, R. Todd

Dunham, Norman Earle

Dunlap, Cecelia Halston

Dunlap, Mollie E.

Dunnigan, Alice A.

Dupee, George W.

Dupuy, Charlotte Stanley "Lottie"

Durham, John Granvail

Durham, John Stephens

Duval, Edward

DuValle, Lucie N.

Dyer, Deborah L. and Jacqueline Yvonne Miller Smith (1956-2005)


Earliest Anti-Slavery Efforts in Kentucky [David Rice]

Earlington Colored Library (Hopkins County, KY)

Early African American Political Candidates, Bourbon County, KY

Early African American Theaters in Lexington, KY

Early African American Theaters in Louisville, KY

Early African American Veterinarians, Kentucky, 1900-1955

Early Bowling Associations & Louisville, KY

Early School in Louisville, KY

Early Schools for Negro Deaf and Blind Children

Early Shelby County School for Free Persons and the Enslaved

East 6th Street / Scott's Rollarena / Foster's Roller Skating (Lexington, KY)

Eastern Colored Branch Library, Louisville, KY (Jefferson County)

Eaves, Jerry Lee

Eckstein-Norton Institute Musical Company

Ecton, George French

Ecton, Virgil E.

Ector, Patricia E.

Edelen, John P.

Edgerton, Walter "Kentucky Rosebud"

Edison, Harry "Sweets"

Edmonds, John Buell

Edmonson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Edrington, Gustavus V.

Edson, Edward Frank and Mary M.

Edwards, Augustus Wilson

Edwards, Brian C.

Edwards, Sallie Nuby

Eilers v Eilers [Anna F. Anderson]

Election Day Riot (Frankfort, KY)

Elizabethtown (KY) Emancipation Day

Elkins, James Lewis

Elliott County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1870-1900

Elliott, Cynthia Elaine

Elliott, Noah

Ellis, Betty Marie

Ellis, Cassius Marcellus Clay, III

Ellis, James A. "Jimmy"

Ellison, Fanny McConnell

Elm Tree Lane and Kinkeadtown (Lexington, KY)

Elmore, Ronn

Elster, Jesse James

Elzy, Robert James

Emancipation: Three Individual Cases by Donald A. Clark

Embry, Jordan A.

Emery, Andrew J.

Engine Co. #8 (Louisville, KY)

English, Samuel Owens, Jr.

Enslavement in Kentucky (single volumes and collections)

Estill County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Estill, Monk

Eubanks, Charles Lamont [Eubanks v University of Kentucky]

Eubanks, Henry T.

Evans, James

Evans, W. Leonard, Jr.

Evans, William D., II

Evans, William Leonard, Sr.

Ewing, Thomas H.

Exum, William


Fann, Patricia Humphries

Farris, Elaine

Farris, Samuel

Faulkner, Broadus [Bonus Army Riot]

Fayette County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Fayette County Rural Library Service, Negro Efforts

Fee, John Gregg

Fergus Falls (Otter Tail County, Minnesota)

Ferguson, Andrew

Ferguson, Denver and Sea (brothers)

Ferguson, Thelma B.

Ferrill, London [First African Baptist Church]

Fields, Holloway, Jr.

Fields, Sharon B.

Fifth Street Baptist Church (Louisville, KY)

Figgs, Ukari O.

Filipino Students Denied Admittance to School [Louisville, KY]

Finn, Henry

Finn, Marvin

Finn, Thilbert L.

Finney, Nikky

Firmatown (Woodford County, KY)

First African American Police Women in Lexington, KY

First African American Postmasters in Kentucky

First African Baptist Church (Lexington, KY)

First Name "Kentucky"

First Open Housing Ordinances in Kentucky

First Sabbath School of the West

First Standard Bank (Louisville, KY)

Fisher, Lester C.

Fisher, Mary Ann

Fite, Samuel "Sam"

Fitzbutler, Sarah Helen McCurdy

Fitzbutler, William Henry

Fitzpatrick, Jackie Marcellus "Jack"

Fleming County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Fletcher, Theodore Thomas Fortune, Sr.

Fletcher, Zachariah T.

Flippin, J. C.

Floyd County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Floyd, Martha

Foley, Alethea "Mattie"

Foley, Shirley, Jr.

Ford, Raymond Sylvester

Foree, George Wilson

Foree, Jack C.

Forehand, Ruby L. "Winters"

Foreign Labor

Foreign-born Negroes and Kentucky

Forest Hill School (Lexington, KY)

Forestry Education, Kentucky, African Americans

Former Kentucky Slaves who lived in a town near Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada

Fort Knox Officers Training

Fort Spring (Fayette County, KY)

Fortson, Bettiola Heloise

Fortune Tellers in Kentucky, Early 1900s

Foster, James A.

Foster, Leonard N. "Leo"

Fountain, Pierson

Fouse, Elizabeth Beatrice Cook

Fouse, William Henry

Fowler, Robert A. [Colored Railway Employees' Beneficial Association of America]

Fowler, Sharon

Fox, Robert and Samuel

Francis, Delma J.

Francis, Edward and Eliza

Francis, Lelia Iles

Frankfort Colored Library (Franklin County, KY)

Frankfort, KY, Klan Violence

Franklin Colored Benevolent Society No. 1 (Franklin, KY)

Franklin County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Franklin, Benjamin

Frazer, Patterson Tilford, Jr.

Frederick Douglass, Convention Presidential Nominations, and Kentucky

Fredric, Francis Parker

Free Blacks, Negroes, and Mulattoes in the 1800 Kentucky Tax Lists

Free Negro Farm (Meade County, KY)

Free Persons of Color in Fayette County, Kentucky, 1838

Free Persons of Color in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1859

Free Station (Owen County, KY)

Free, Lee

Freedmen's Bureau Medical Care and Hospital in Kentucky

Freeman, Maggie L.

Freemen Community on Samaná Bay (Dominican Republic)

Freetown, Kentucky

French, John B.

Friday, Rufus M.

Frison, King David

From Kentucky to France and Back, 1870-1920

From Kentucky to Linn County, Kansas [Henderson Graham, Sr.]

Frye, Helen Fisher

Fryson, Sim E.

Fulton County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Fulton, KY's Historic African American Railroaders Oral Histories & More

Fuqua, Harvey, Jr.

Furbush, William H.

Furman, James B.


Gaddie, Daniel Abraham, Sr.

Gaines, Clarence E., Sr. "BigHouse"

Gaines, Emma

Gaines, Harris Barrett, Sr.

Gaines, Wallace Arkansas

Gaither, William Arthur "Bill"

Galbreath, Haywood

Gallatin County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Gamble, Joseph Dunbar

Gambling Houses (Newport, KY)

Garden of Eden in Fort Worth, TX

Gardner, Carwell

Gardner, Redondo Lee "Donnie"

Garner, Margaret

Garner, Robert Tinsley "Bob"

Garrard County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Garrett, Matt

Garrison-Corbin, Patricia

Garvin, Ananias Lorenzo

Gaunt, Wheeling [or Whelan Gant]

Gavlin, Chrystel L. C.

Gay, Marvin P., Sr.

Gay, Tyson

Gaylord, Harry A.

Gaylord, Ruth A. Burton

Gee, Charlotte "Lottie"

General Hospital School of Nursing, Integrated (Louisville, KY)

George [Speedy], Nettie

George, Frank Pendleton

George, S. H.

Georgetown (KY) Negro Chautauqua

Georgetown Colored Branch Library (Scott County, KY)

Gibbons, Harriet Evelyn Newhouse

Gibbs, Clinton

Gibson, Clifford

Gibson, William H., Sr.

Giles, Yvonne Y.

Gillard, Howard Harvey

Gillet, Charisse L.

Gilliam, Joe W., Sr.

Gilmore, Artis

Givens, Jack L. "Goose"

Givens, Lewis Obed

Givens, Mrs. Fanny Rosalind Hicks and James Edward Givens

Givens, Reuben W., and Ruth Newby Givens Roper

Glass, Carl Lee "Butch"

Glass, James G.

Glass, Ora H. Kennedy

Gleason, Eliza Atkins

Glenn, James H., III, "Jimmy"

Gloucester, John

Glover, Clarence E.

Glover, James M. "Juicy"

Godfrey, Linda R.

Golden Jubilee (Georgetown, KY)

Golden Jubilees (Louisville, KY)

Gomez, Hazel E. J. Thompson

Gomez, Wanti W. [Louis Jones]

Goode, John Henry

Goodloe, Frank William, Sr.

Goodlowtown, Goodloetown, or Goodloe (Lexington, KY)

Goodwin, Leoda E. Lynn

Goodwine, Pamela R.

Gordon, James and Teresa (siblings)

Gordon, Mary Ann Goodlow

Gordon, Robert L.

Gordon, Sheryl E.

Gore, Jerry

Goshen, Colonel Ruth

Gospel Troupers (Lexington, KY)

Goss, William Thompson

Gough, John

Gough, Louisa Smith

Gowens, Henry Lytle, Jr.

Grace, Leonard [and Ridgewood at Louisville and Jefferson County Children's Home]

Gragston, Arnold

Graham, Derrick W.

Grainger, Porter Parrish

Granson, Milla [Lilly Ann Granderson]

Grant County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Grant, Thomas and Amanda

Grant, Travis "The Machine"

Grant, Ulysses, Sr.

Graves County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Graves, George L.

Gray, Anthony, Jr., "Tony"

Gray, James Franklin

Gray, Leonard Wilson, Sr.

Grayson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Grear, William A. "Bill"

Green County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Green Street Baptist Church [George Wells]

Green, Elisha W. [Green v. Gould]

Green, Emma Cason

Green, Jacob

Green, Jim

Green, Larry William, Sr.

Green, Nancy

Green, Pearl, and Samuel E. Jackson (policemen)

Greene, Bryan

Greene, Harold S., Jr.

Greene, Horace Henry

Greenstead, Elizabeth Kay

Greenup County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Greenwood Cemetery (Owensboro, KY)

Greenwood Cemetery / Cove Haven Cemetery (Lexington, KY)

Gregg, Alexander, Sr.

Grevious, Audrey Louise

Greyhound Bus Station Waiting Area, Desegregated, Louisville, KY

Grider, Katie

Griffey, Wolford

Griffin, Edna M. Williams

Griffin, Emma K.

Griffin, James Crafton, Jr.

Griffin, Lorena W.

Griffin, Mabel and Emma [The Griffin Sisters]

Griffin, William, Sr.

Griffith, Darrell A.

Griffith, George A.

Grooms, Leonard S.

Gross, Tabbs

Groves, Junius George

Grubbs, Albert, Sr.

Grundy, Anthony

Grundy, Chester

Gudgell, Henry

Gulley, Rosemarie C.

Gunner, Byron

Gunner, Cicely S.

Guthrie, Robert V.


Hackett, Wilbur, Jr.

Haggins, George Washington

Hale v. Commonwealth of Kentucky (case)

Hall, Alfred Lawrence

Hall, Daniel

Hall, George Edgar

Hall, Henry E. [Mammoth Life and Accident Insurance Company]

Hall, Leula Wallace

Hall, Lillian Childress

Hall, William Henry, Sr. "Bubber"

Halliburton, Cecil D.

Halliday, Thelma Dorothy Yancey

Hamilton, Ed

Hamilton, James, Jr. "Joe"

Hamilton, Jeff

Hamilton, Richard Bertram

Hamilton, Robin and Ramey Hensley (siblings)

Hammond, Lucy Taylor

Hammons, James W.

Hamner, Margaret C. "Maggie"

Hampton v. O'Rear (Montgomery County, KY)

Hampton, A. S. ~ alias Alex S. Jackson [court case]

Hampton, Kym

Hampton, Lionel L.

Hampton, Pete George

Hancock County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Handy, Elizabeth P.

Hanley, Alvin Creighton, Sr.

Happy, Jesse

Harden, Katie V.

Hardin County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Hardin, Boniface

Hardin, John A.

Hardin, Walker

Hardin, William Jefferson

Harding, Robert E., Jr.

Harding, Roberta M.

Harlan County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Harlan, Robert J.

Harlem Race Track Employees from Kentucky

Harmon, Martha

Harper, Nathaniel R.

Harriford, Robert L., Sr.

Harris, Albert and Maria

Harris, Albert B.

Harris, Benjamin (Gunsmith in Canada)

Harris, Deanie Simms

Harris, Emma E. "The Mammy of Moscow"

Harris, Everett G

Harris, Henry "H. C."

Harris, Jesse

Harris, Kevin L.

Harris, Larnelle

Harris, Lauretta

Harris, Rachel Jewell Davis

Harris, Silas

Harris, William Henry, Jr.

Harrison County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Harrison, James Henry "Jimmy"

Harrison, Lisa

Harrison, Nathaniel "Nate"

Harrison, Tom

Harrison-Pace, Yolantha V.

Hart County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Hart v. Fanny Ann

Hart, Henry

Hart, Jack

Harvey, Henry

Harvey, Wardelle G., Sr.

Haskin, Vera Anne Harrison

Haskins, Clem S.

Haskins, Harriet Yevette Penick

Haskins, Merion

Haskins, Ovan

Hatcher, Elijah Porter, Jr.

Hatchett, Hilary Rice, Jr.

Hathaway, Isaac Scott

Hathaway, James Shelton

Hathaway, John [Hathaway v Commonwealth]

Hathaway, Quinella Berniece Watson

Hathaway, Robert Elijah

Hattie Winston African American Scripts and Screenplays Collection

Hawkins, Francine A. Taylor Coulter

Hawkins, Horace H.

Hawkins, Sarah Spiepp Shorter [Family of Alain L. Locke]

Hawkins, William Lawrence

Hayden, Anderson "Andrew" and Anna David Hayden

Hayden, John Carleton

Hayden, Lewis [Grant]

Hayden, Rosa Belle

Hayden, Shirley M.

Hayes, Charles Marion, Sr.

Hayes, Clifford

Hayes, Edgar J.

Hayes, Edythe J.

Headspeth, Woody

Heath, Andrew

Helen Morrison Photographs of Kentucky African Americans (Newberry Library)

Helm, Carl "Kingfish"

Helm, Marlene

Hemphill, Beatrice

Henderson Colored Branch Library (Henderson County, KY)

Henderson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Henderson, Angelo B.

Henderson, Dennis Irwin

Henderson, Edmonia

Henderson, Erskine

Henderson, Evelyn Mildred Tyler

Henderson, Louis B.

Henderson, Rosa "Rose"

Henry County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Henry, Ragan A.

Henryville (Nicholas County, KY)

Hensley, Peter Lee

Henson, Josiah

Herndon, James "Sweet Evening Breeze"

Herod, Henry Louis and Elizabeth Frances

Hester, Billy

Heth, Joice

Hickman County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Hickman, Carol

Hickman, Willianna Lewis and Daniel

Hicks, Lucy L. [Tobias Lawson]

Hicks, Madeline Maupin

Higgins, Chester A., Jr.

Higgins, Chester A., Sr.

Higgins, Katheryn D.

Higgins, Norman

Higgs, Kenny Lee

Higgs, Lucy A., and John H. Nichols

Higgs, Mark

Hightower, Stephanie A.

Hill, Carl McClellan

Hillman, Alice Louise

Hillman, John W.

Hind, Richard

Hines, Carl R., Sr.

Hines-Martin, Vicki

Hinnant, Ollen B., II

Hinton, Clarence David

Hippodrome Theater, Frankfort, KY

Historic Pleasant Green Missionary Baptist Church (Lexington, KY)

Hoard, John Henry [Hoardsville, Oklahoma]

Hocker, George Melwood

Hodge, Willie James "W. J."

Hokins [Hawkins], Fred

Holland, George W.

Holland, Gertrude I.

Holland, Helen Shelby

Holland, James Phillip

Holland, Mary Ford

Holland, Tommie Beatrice Laine

Holmes, David Sanford, Jr.

Holmes, John Henry Sr.

Honrodez, Ogarita (Emma Hatcher) (Emma Slaughter)

Hood, Robert Earl

hooks, bell [Gloria Jean Watkins]

Hooks, Julia Britton

Hooper, Ernest Jackson [Oliver School (Winchester, KY)]

Hope, Dennis D.

Hopkins County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Hopkins, Nadine

Hopkins, Telma

Hopkinsville Black Hoppers (baseball)

Hopkinsville College of the Bible (Hopkinsville, KY)

Hopkinsville Colored Libraries (Christian County, KY)

Hopkinsville Male and Female College

Horn, Bobby Joe (Bob 'Nighthawk' Terry)

Horsemen Who Lived in Pralltown (Lexington, KY)

Horton, John Benjamin

Hospitals and Nurse Training Schools for Negroes in KY, 1921-22

House, Sandra Jean

House, Tracy Jetton

Houston, Allan W., Jr.

Houston, Allan W., Sr.

Houston, Walter Scott, Sr.

Howard School / Normal Institute / Chandler Normal School / Webster Hall (Lexington, KY)

Howard University Club of Kentucky (Louisville)

Howard, James L.

Howard, John Dalphin

Howard, Theodore R. M.

Howe, Charles H.

Howell-Young, Joyce

Hubbard, Philip A.

Hubbard, Theodore C.

Huddleston, Anna M. Lauderdale

Hudson, J. Blaine, III

Hudson, James E.

Hueston, William C., Sr.

Hughes, Brenda Lee Garner

Hughes, Green Percy

Hughes, Harriet

Hughes, James Nathaniel

Hughes, Robert Henry

Hughes, Roy William

Hughes, Sammy T.

Humes, Helen

Hummons, Henry L., Sr.

Hunn, Vanessa L.

Hunter, Bush A. [Hunter Foundation in Lexington, KY]

Hunter, Charles "Charlie"

Hunter, John E. [Hunter Foundation (Lexington, KY)]

Hunter, Lawrence Vester [Noxubee Industrial School, MS]

Hunter, Leo Simon

Hunter, William H.

Hunter, Zella M.

Hurd, Babe

Hurley, James Leroy "Jim"

Husbands, Harvey

Hutchinson, Jerome, Sr.

Hutton, Henry T. "Hut"


Ice Cream, Sugar and Slavery Up to the 1900s

Importing Negro Miners/Strikebreakers from Kentucky

Improvement Benevolent Protective Order of Elks of the World

In Old Kentucky

Independent Colored Clubs Movement

Industrial Union Mission School for Colored Orphans in Harrodsburg, KY

Influenza/Pneumonia 1918-1919 Pandemic ; Kentucky, African Americans

Integration at Gainesville Elementary (Hopkinsville, KY)

Interracial College Basketball Game, Grayson, KY, 1956

Irons, Sandra Jean Carr

Iroquois Park (Louisville, KY)

Irvin, Theophilus, Jr.

Irvin, Theophilus, Sr.

Irvine, Bobby Lee

Isaac and the First Newspaper Escaped Slave Reward Ad in Kentucky

Isaac Scott Hathaway Museum

Isbell, Louis [Pompey]

Ishmaelites of Kentucky

Isom, Bob and Albert


Jackman, Catherine

Jackman, Parker Hiram

Jackson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

Jackson, Alfred M.

Jackson, Andrew

Jackson, Blyden E.

Jackson, Brenda

Jackson, Dennis M.

Jackson, Earl, Jr.

Jackson, Edward C.

Jackson, Eliza or Isabelle (Belle) Mitchell

Jackson, Horace "Stonewall"

Jackson, James (horse trainer)

Jackson, James W.: Migration to Colorado

Jackson, James Warren (police)

Jackson, John Henry

Jackson, John J., Jr.

Jackson, Jordan C., Jr.

Jackson, Keith L.

Jackson, Lee Arthur

Jackson, Luther Porter

Jackson, Pierre W. "Red"

Jackson, Reid E., Sr.

Jackson, Robert G. [Jackson Jubilee Singers]

Jackson, Thompson

Jackson, Thompson, Jr.

Jackson, William Montgomery

Jackson-Sears, Pandora

Jacobson, Harriet P.

James, Andrea M.

James, Cheryl E.

James, Grace Marilynn

James, Wilbert W, "Wil"

James, William "Bill"

Jameson, Max W.

Jameson, Scott M., III

Jamison, Harold P. "Candy"

Jasmin, Ernest Augustus, Sr. "Ernie"

Jefferson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Jenkins Sluggers (Jenkins, KY, baseball team)

Jennings, G. W.

Jennings, Sam

Jernagin, Cordelia J. Woolfolk

Jessamine County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Jessup, Charles

Jett, Alta M. and Richard E. Jett

Jewell, Terri Lynn

Jewett, John W.

Jewish Hospital (Louisville, KY)

Jim Crow (term)

Jim's Orbit (horse), [Jim Cottrell]

Jo (slave)

Jockeys/Trainers in Kentucky

Joe Louis Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, and Joe Louis Bottling Company

John (Boxer)

John Brown Hanged with Kentucky Rope

John C. Wyatt Lexington Herald-Leader Collection

John Little Mission (Louisville, KY)

Johnson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Johnson, "Big Winnie"

Johnson, "Sweet" Lou

Johnson, Albert

Johnson, Anita L.

Johnson, Arthur Lloyd, Jr.

Johnson, Arthur T.

Johnson, Barbara

Johnson, Benjamin, Jr. "Ben"

Johnson, Beverly [James Williams, Sr.]

Johnson, Bobby Lane, Sr.

Johnson, Don

Johnson, Emma White Jaja

Johnson, Freddie / James Johnson, Sr. / James Johnson, Jr.

Johnson, George "GG"

Johnson, George A.

Johnson, Gregory A.

Johnson, Harlan C.

Johnson, James Bartlett

Johnson, Jessica Grimm "Judy"

Johnson, John J.

Johnson, Kissiah "Kizzy"

Johnson, Larry

Johnson, Laura "Dolly"

Johnson, Lawrence E.

Johnson, Lillian E. Russell Bakeman

Johnson, Lyman T. [Johnson v. Board of Trustees]

Johnson, Marianna

Johnson, Mark Anthony "Tony"

Johnson, Mary Christine Claybourne

Johnson, Mildred Bell

Johnson, Perry

Johnson, Robert Maxwell

Johnson, Robert: Family and Relatives

Johnson, Samuel Harrison

Johnson, Thelma Banks

Johnson, Wendell Lucian, Sr.

Johnson, William D.

Johnson, William H.

Joice, James and Jemima

Jones v Van Zandt (1847)

Jones, Abel Bedford and Albert Thomas

Jones, Alberta O.

Jones, Benjamin Franklin, Sr.

Jones, Bobby "Toothpick"

Jones, Carridder "Rita"

Jones, Charles B., Sr. "Ben"

Jones, Charles Edward

Jones, Charles Wesley

Jones, Cornell

Jones, Daisy

Jones, Della M. Lewis

Jones, Edward "Ned"

Jones, Eugene K.

Jones, Frederick McKinley

Jones, Gayl A.

Jones, Henry Wise, Sr.

Jones, Ida "Black Ida"

Jones, James Henry "Jim"

Jones, Kittie Phelps

Jones, LeTonia A.

Jones, Louis A.

Jones, Louis Clayton

Jones, Lydia

Jones, Margaret Ellen Barnes

Jones, Margaret Grady

Jones, Nancy "Nannie" and The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Jones, Robert E. "Jonah"

Jones, Ruth Hill

Jones, Samuel

Jones, Silas Apostle

Jones, Susie W.

Jones, Virginia L.

Jones, William (Bill) Augustus, Jr.

Jones, William Augustus, Sr.

Jones, William Lawless

Jonesville (Bowling Green, KY)

Joplin, Florence G.

Joplin, Giles

Jordan, Artishia Garcia Wilkerson

Jordan, Eddie J., Jr.

Jordan, Eleanor

Jordan, George

Jordan, Larry R.

Jordon, W. Clarence

Juneteenth Legacy Theatre

Juneteenth National Freedom Day in Kentucky


Kaufman-Pearson, Monica

Kavanaugh, Nelson

Kean, Henry Arthur, Sr.

Kean, William L. "Bill"

Keas, Samuel G.

Keene Industrial Institute (Keene, KY)Beattyville Industrial Institute (Beattyville, KY)William H. Parker

Kellar, Frank, Sr.

Kelley, Brent P.

Kelly, Beverly

Kelly, Elbert Muncie, Sr.

Kelly, James M. "Jim"

Kendall, Joseph Nathaniel "Tarzan"

Kennedy, John W. "Jay"

Kennedy, Paul Horace

Kennedy, Raymond "Ray"

Kenton County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Kentucky 1836 Gambling Law, Negroes

Kentucky African American Girl Scouts

Kentucky African American Golf Tour [Kentuckiana Amateur American Golf Tour]

Kentucky African American Heritage Commission

Kentucky African American Museums, Cultural Centers, Trails & Tours, Heritage Sites, and Annual Events

Kentucky African American Musiciansin Illinois (Chicago)

Kentucky African American Newspapers

Kentucky African American Servicemen in Skagway, Alaska

Kentucky African Americans in the Civil War: a defining moment in the quest for freedom

Kentucky and Insurance Policies on Slaves

Kentucky Association of Blacks in Higher Education (KABHE)

Kentucky Association of Colored Women's Clubs

Kentucky Bakers, African Americans

Kentucky Black Caucus of Elected Officials

Kentucky Black Deaf Advocates (KYBDA)

Kentucky Black Devils (Fulton, KY, baseball team)

Kentucky Carnegie Colored Libraries International Influence

Kentucky Choir

Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame Oral History Project

Kentucky Classical and Business College (North Middletown, KY)

Kentucky Club (New York)

Kentucky Club Café (Los Angeles, CA)

Kentucky Colonization Society

Kentucky Colony in Washington D.C.

Kentucky Colored Conference (Methodist Episcopal Church, South)

Kentucky Colored Fairs

Kentucky Colored Peoples Convention

Kentucky Conference (African Methodist Episcopal Church)

Kentucky Conference Branch (African Methodist Episcopal Church)

Kentucky Conference, AMEZ (African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church)

Kentucky Congress of Barbers and Beauticians

Kentucky Darkies Amateur Minstrel Society

Kentucky Deputies, 1897

Kentucky Directory of Black Elected Officials

Kentucky Divisions of the Universal Negro Improvement Association

Kentucky Enslaved Servants, War of 1812

Kentucky Harmony Singers of the Housewife Training School in Fulton, KY

Kentucky High School Athletic Association Tournament, After Integration, 1957-1963

Kentucky Home Society for Colored Children (Louisville, KY)

Kentucky Jubilee Singers

Kentucky Land Grants, African Americans

Kentucky Members of the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB)

Kentucky Minority Artists Directory 1982

Kentucky Negro Bar Association, 1909

Kentucky Negro Educational Association (KNEA)

Kentucky Negro Educational Association Journal

Kentucky Negro Officers Commissioned at Fort Des Moines, Iowa

Kentucky Negro Press Association

Kentucky Press Association (Integration)

Kentucky Racial Justice Act of 1998

Kentucky Ridge, Nevada County, California

Kentucky Sickle Cell Disease Detection Act of 1972 - KRS 402.310-340

Kentucky Slave Narratives

Kentucky Slaves and Free Blacks, 1800

Kentucky Slaves and Free Persons Not White, 1790

Kentucky Speedway Incident

Kentucky State College Players

Kentucky State College, Integration of Football [Barry Coleman Moore]

Kentucky State College, NCAA Membership

Kentucky State Collegians

Kentucky State Colored Beauticians Association [Sarah E. Thomas]

Kentucky State Colored Educational Convention

Kentucky State Fair

Kentucky State University (K-State)

Kentucky State University Homecoming, 1952

Kentucky State University Presidents, 1886-present

Kentucky State University Yearbooks [online .pdf]

Kentucky State University, Women's Basketball, 1981 NAIA Champion

Kentucky Superintendent of Public Instruction Day Books - Colored

Kentucky v Dennison (1861)

Kentucky Vagrancy Law [Ben Burton]

Kentucky WACs of the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion

Kentucky Wesleyan University, 1957

Kentucky, Canada [D. Washington]

Kentucky, Freedmen's Bureau Field Office Records, 1865-1872 @

Kentucky: Inequities in Graduation Rates for Black Males [data portal]

Kersands, William "Billy"

Key Newsjournal (newspaper)

Keys, Martha Jayne

Kidd, Mae Street

Kimbley, George P.

King, Alfred Daniel Williams

King, Henry

King, John

King, Norris Curtis

King, Ron

Kirk, Andrew D. "Andy"

Kirtley, Edward

Kisner, Robert Garland

Kleizer, Louisa and Mary (sisters)

Knight, David Lawson

Knight, Etheridge

Knight, Mattye Breckinridge Guy

Knights of Pythias Temple (Louisville, KY)

Knott County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1900-1920

Knox County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Kohler, Maximilian Philip "Maxie"


LaForce Family Enslaved

LaFrance Orr, Helen

Laine, Henry Allen

Laine, Joseph Fields, Sr.

Lake Barkley African American Heritage Weekend (Cadiz, KY)

Lakeview Point (Harrodsburg, KY)

Lamb, Elisha G. "E. G."

Lampton Street Baptist Church in Louisville [Spencer Taylor]

Lampton, Edward Wilkinson

Lane, Allie Sylvester

Lange, Laura J. Vance

Langley, Shelton H. Jr.

Lanier, Shelby J., Jr.

Larue County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Lasley, William H. "Bill"

Lattimore, Kirk

Laura Carroll Colored Branch Library, Lexington, KY (Fayette County)

Laurel County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Laurel County African American Heritage Oral History Project

Laurey, Albert "Kid Ashe"

Lavelle, Louis A.

Lawrence County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Lawrence, Jesse H.

Lawrence, Thomas A.

Lawrenceburg (KY) Colored Fair

Lawrenceburg Colored Base Ball Team

Lawson, Daniel C.

Lawson, James Raymond

Lawson, Raymond A.

Lawson, William H.

Lee County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1870-1900

Lee's Row and Davis Bottom (Lexington, KY)

Lee, Amanda

Lee, Everett Astor, Jr. and Sylvia Olden

Lee, George

Lee, James (basketball)

Lee, James (jockey)

Lee, James Henry

Lee, Johnson Camden

Lee, Mary S. B.

Legal Status of Slaves in Early Kentucky (court cases)

Leslie County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1880-1910

Lester, Bobby [nee Robert L. Dallas]

Letcher County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Letcher, Sukey

Letton, James Carey

Lewis (slave)

Lewis County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Lewis, Cary Blackburn, Sr.

Lewis, Ernestine

Lewis, Fountain C., Sr.

Lewis, Garrett Davis

Lewis, Gary B., Jr.

Lewis, Isaac E.

Lewis, Jane Serena, and William Isaac Rhue

Lewis, Julia Etta

Lewis, Lyda F.

Lewis, Meade Lux

Lewis, Oliver

Lewis, Sherman

Lexington (KY) City Directory - African Americans, 1818

Lexington Bluejackets, Semi-Professional, Integrated, Football Team

Lexington Colored Orphan Industrial Home

Lexington Conference (Methodist Episcopal Church)

Lexington Emigration Association

Lexington Fraternal Order of Black Firefighters

Lexington Hustlers Baseball Team

Lexington, KY ~ All NKAA Entries for African American Shoe Makers, Repairers, and Shiners

Liberia as I found it in 1858 (book)

Liberty Association - African American Baptists in Kentucky

Librarians' Conference of the Kentucky Negro Educational Association

Library of Congress Collections

Liggin, Jennie B.

Lightfoot, Carter

Lincoln County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Lincoln Independent Party (LIP)

Lincoln Institute (Lincoln Ridge, KY)

Lincoln Institute Oral History Collection

Linguistic Profiling [Charles Clifford v Commonwealth of Kentucky]

Lion Tamers (Newport, KY, baseball team)

Little Africa (Louisville, KY)

Little Georgetown (Fayette County, KY)

Little, Charles F., Jr.

Little, Chester H.

Living the Story, the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky (video documentary)

Livingston County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Livingston, Valinda E. Lewis

Livisay, Charles H., Sr.

Livisay, Stacy A.

Lizzie's Story (Lizzie Cannon)

Locating the Names of Slaves and Slave Owners in Kentucky

Locke, Bernadette

Lockett Lynch Mob (Lexington, KY)

Logan County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Logan, George L.

Logan, Greenbury

Logan, Molly

Logging and Lumber, African Americans inKentucky - Doing the Research

London (slave)

Lone Star Masonic Lodge #19 (Versailles and Midway, KY)

Louisville (KY) African American Film and Video Festival

Louisville (KY) Cemetery

Louisville Auto Derby, 1925

Louisville Baseball Teams (African American)

Louisville Black Expo

Louisville Central High School/Central High School Magnet Career Academy

Louisville Defender Photographs

Louisville Free Kindergarten Association, Colored Normal Department

Louisville Free Public Library Photograph Collection

Louisville Municipal College for Negroes

Louisville Municipal College Photographs and Records

Louisville National Medical College

Louisville Weekly Planet (newspaper)

Louisville's Colored Orphan's Home

Louisville, Kentucky, City Directories

Love, Eleanor Young

Lovett, Wilson Stephen

Lower Street (Lexington, KY)

Lowery, Perry G.

Lucas, Dave

Luckett, William Benjamin, Sr.

Lunderman, Charles J., Jr.

Lyles, Lenny E.

Lyles, Ruth Elizabeth

Lynch Demons (Lynch, KY, baseball team)

Lynching in Wickliffe, KY

Lynching of the Hawkins Family

Lynem, Carl Irving

Lyon County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

Lyons, Charles

Lyons, Donald W., Sr.

Lyons, Joseph B., Jr.

Lytle, Mary Elizabeth Ecton


Mack, Essie Dortch

Mack, Henry

Mack, Lee Nor

Mack, Mary Bell

Macklin, Durand "Rudy"

Macon, Theresa Gray

Maddoxtown (Fayette County, KY)

Madison (Chinn Slave)

Madison County (KY) Colored Chautauqua

Madison County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Madison County African American Oral History Project and Indexes

Madison, Cecil R., Sr.

Madison, Clarence "Duke"

Madisonville Black Expo

Magee, Lazarus and Susan and their son Rev. James H. Magee

Magistrates in Hopkinsville, KY

Magoffin County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

Magowan Brothers and the Reporter (Mt. Sterling, KY)

Magowan, James E.

Magowan, John Wesley [Brooks]

Mahone, Willie Pearl

Mahriah (mother)and Henry Stone (son)

Majozo, Estella Conwill

Mallard, Joseph "Sunshine"

Mallory, Toreada D. Gardner

Malone, Alonzo Pratt

Malone, Beverley L.

Malone, Claudine Berkeley

Malone, Robert E.

Mammoth Life and Accident Insurance Company

Marable, Fate C.

Marble, Harriett Beecher Stowe

Marion County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Marlatt, Abby

Marrs, Elijah P.

Marshall County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Marshall, George

Marshall, Harriet (Hattie) A. Gibbs

Marshall, Jim

Martell, Loida I.

Martin Brothers

Martin County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1880-1910

Martin, Clarence B.

Martin, Cornelius

Martin, Janice R.

Martin, Marion A.

Martin, Sara [Dunn]

Martin, William Henry, III

Mason County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Mason, Jesse Edward

Mason, Jim and Em

Mason, John

Mason, Luther Roscoe

Mason, Melvin T. "Mel"

Mason, William

Masonic and Odd Fellows' Journal, Lexington, KY

Masonic Lodge Rubicon #27 (Warsaw, KY)

Masonic Lodges in Louisville, KY

Massie, John Daniel Frank

Masterson, E. I.

Mathis, Howitt C., Sr.

Matilda Taylor and Charles L. "Jack" Howerton

Matthews, Mark, Sr.

Matthews, Mildred Marks Carr

Matthews, Steve

Maull, Teresa

Maupin, Milburn T.

May, James Shelby, Sr.

May-Miller, Zephra

Maysville Colored Library (Mason County, KY)

Maysville Tigers (Maysville, KY, baseball team) [Wilson Green]

McAfee, Andrew

McAfee, Joseph

McAfee, Tina

McAlpin, Harry Sylvester

McAnulty, William E., Jr.

McCann, Leslie Coleman

McClain, Paula Denice

McClain, Richard Pollard

McClain, William C. "Billy"

McClellan, Daryl Spencer

McClellan, Hassell H.

McColley, William

McCoo, Edward Jordan (the first)

McCoy v Commonwealth [Frazier White, William McCoy]

McCoy, Alexander Francis

McCoy, Elijah J.

McCoy, George and Mildred

McCoy, Wayne Anthony

McCracken County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

McCray, Mary F.

McCreary County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1920-1930

McCurine, James "Big Stick" or "Big Jim"

McDaniels, James Ronald "Jim"

McDonald, Earl

McDowell, Cyrus R.

McElroy, Hugh

McFarland, Richard L., Sr. "R.L."

McFatridge, James M.

McGill, Charlotte Edna Smith

McGill, Hughes Eugene

McGruder, Robert G. "Bob"

McIntosh, Thomas "Tom"

McKay, Barney M. [McDougal]

McKenney, Warren

McKinley, John J. C.

McKinney Polytechnic Institute (Lincoln County, KY)

McKinney, James O.

McKinney, William "Bill"

McKnight, Sammy

McLawler, Sarah

McLean County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

McLeod, J. D.

McLeod, John C.

McPheeters, Alphonso A.

McRidley, Wendell H. [Cadiz Normal and Theological College]

McWorter, Free Frank

Meachum, John Berry "J. B."

Meade County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Meaux Settlement (Anderson County, KY)

Meaux, Fredrick C. and Bertha [Edythe Meaux Smith]

Meaux, Leora

Media myths and stereotypes: a historical content analysis of the Courier-Journal and its portrayal of African Americans, by Troy W. Miles

Meeks, Florian, Jr.

Meeks, Kenneth

Meeks, Michael L.

Meeks, Reginald K.

Meeks, Willis Gene

Melton, Manson Arthur, Sr.

Menifee County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1870-1900

Mercer County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Mercer County African AmericanOral History Project [oral histories]

Merchant, Henry Alpheus

Merchant, Jesse, Sr.

Merrifield, Norman L.

Merritt, Barbara Mae Croney

Merritt, Mary Eliza

Merriweather, Claybron W.

Merriwether, Jesse [Mount Moriah Lodge No. 1]

Merry, Nelson G.

Metcalfe County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

Meyzeek, Albert Ernest

Micheaux, David

Micheaux, Melvina

Middlesboro Blue Sox (Middlesboro, KY, baseball team)

Middlesboro Colored Library (Bell County, KY)

Middletown Consolidated School, Berea, KY

Midnight Star (musical group)

Migration from Canada to Kentucky by 1870

Migration from Kentucky to Florida

Migration from Kentucky to Iowa

Migration from Kentucky to Kansas

Migration From Kentucky to Maine

Migration of Black Women from Kentucky to Cincinnati, OH

Migration to Deadwood, Dakota Territory

Migration to Ethiopia [Fannie B. Eversole, 1865-1951]

Migration to Kentucky District of Detroit, MI

Migration to Rough and Ready, Yuba County, California

Miles, Andrea C.

Miles, Henry

Miles, William Henry

Militant Church Movement (Louisville, KY)

Milldale Colored School (Covington, KY)

Miller, Andrew

Miller, Barbara Simmons

Miller, Bennie S.

Miller, Davie Della Bridges

Miller, Emma Jean Guyn

Miller, Hallie Gates

Miller, Hazel

Miller, Herbert Tise

Miller, Lizzie Gilliam

Miller, Martha

Miller, Raymond "Junior"

Miller, William M., Sr. and Anna Mae Stuart

Milligan, Robert E. (Bob)

Mills, Glen F.

Minnifield, Frank

Minority Voices Magazine

Mitchell, Charley

Mitchell, Fred D.

Mitchell, George

Mitchell, Janet Louise

Mitchell, Jim "The Black Panther"

Mitchell, Lewis

Mitchell, Lucias T.

Mitchell, Robert

Mitchell, Stanley P. [National Civil Liberty Party]

MMA, South African Architectural Firm

Mobley, Melody S.

Modrell, Ned

Mollie McCarty vs Ten Broeck (horse race)

Monjoy, Milton S.

Monroe County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Montgomery County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Montgomery County Colored Fair Association (Kentucky)

Moonglows (musical group)

Moore, Alphonso

Moore, David Schultz, "Davey"

Moore, Henry

Moore, J. W.

Moore, Mary A.

Moorer, Oliver D.

Moorish Science Temple of America in Kentucky [Mary Clift Bey]

Moorman, George

Moorman, Marnel C.

Morbley, Gertrude Mae Nero

Mordecai, Harry

Mordecai, Samuel

Morgan County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Morgan, Benjamin J.

Morgan, Garrett A., Sr.

Morgan, Lavelle

Morrell, Benjamin F.

Morris, Charles Satchell, Sr.

Morris, Edward H.

Morris, Horace

Morris, Lois Vivian Walker Simpson

Morris, William R., Sr.

Morrison, E. D.

Morrow, Dorothy L.

Morton, Andrew W.

Morton, Donna Jean Hughes

Morton, Lena B.

Morton-Finney, John

Moseby, Solomon

Motley, Nora C.

Moulton, Elvina

Mountain Island (Owen County, KY)

Moxley, Frank O.

Moxley, George L.

Moxley, Shelby Lee

Mozart Society (Louisville, KY)

Mrs. Stokes's Negro Ball

Mt. Sterling Colored Library (Montgomery County, KY)

Mt. Sterling Station (Church) [Colored Members]

Mudd, Celia

Mudd, Kent D.

Muhlenberg County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Muir, Florence G. Anderson

Mullins, By, et al. v. Belcher

Mullins, Pamela

Mullins, Robert

Mumphrey, William

Mundy, James A.

Murphy, Donna L.

Murphy, Isaac [Burns]

Murphy, Walter

Murrell, Edward Estill, and Howard Enos Murrell

Murrell, Peter

Murry, Philip H. [The Colored Kentuckian]

My Friend from Kentucky (Darktown Follies)


Narratives of Fugitive Slaves (literature influence)

National Afro-American Council

National Archives

National Association of Colored Fairs

National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses (NACGN)

National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools, and Kentucky

National Colored Press Convention, 1880American Press Association, 1881-1909National Negro Press Association, 1909-1939National Negro Publishers Association, 1940-1956National Newspaper Publishers Association, 1956-

National Colored Teachers' Agency, Louisville, KY

National Convention of Colored Men of America

National Underground Railroad Museum (Maysville, KY)

National Youth Administration (Negro Activities in Kentucky)

NCAAMen's BasketballChampionship Game,Coming South

Neal, Gerald Anthony

Neal, Homer Alfred, Sr.

Neal, Sterling Orlando, Sr.

Neblett, Charles D.

Negrito (in Kentucky)

Negro Boy Scouts

Negro business directory and fair souvenir: a miniature list of trades, businesses and professions among the Negroes of Lexington, Kentucky

Negro Business League (Kentucky)

Negro Businesses (Lexington, KY)

Negro Churches in Georgetown, KY

Negro Construction Camp, Wilmore, KY

Negro Exodus (Hopkinsville, KY)

Negro Gig: Four, Eleven, Forty-four

Negro Hamlets (photography)

Negro Hotels in Kentucky

Negro Jurors in Lexington, KY

Negro Jury in Danville, KY

Negro Jury in Louisville, KY

Negro League Museum

Negro Library Conference

Negro Motorist Green Book (serial) and Kentucky

Negro Press Association, Kentucky

Negro Traveling Library (Fulton County, KY)

Negro Uprising Scare, Lancester, KY

Negro Village Site (Marshall County, KY)

Negro wit and humor: also containing folk lore, folk songs, race peculiarities, race history

Negro Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Kentucky [Sojourner Truth WCTU]

Neighbors, George and Bertha, and Jesse [Blue Grass Female Orchestra]

Nelson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Nelson, James

Nelson, William Stuart

Nelson-Johnson, Esther Byrd

Nero, Benjamin W.

Nero, Elijah

Nero, Ruford

New Homemakers of America, Kentucky

New Kentucky, Chatham Township, Canada

New Zion, Kentucky

Newboy, Mrs. Henry

Newhouse, Richard Homer, Jr.

Newhouse, Richard Homer, Sr.

Nicholas County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Nichols, George, III

Nichols, M. Celeste

Nichols, Paul

Nichols, Pleasant A.

Nicodemus Company

Nicodemus, Kansas

Norman, Florence K. Morton

Northington, Nathaniel "Nate"

Nurse, John Robert

Nutter, Homer E.

Nwangwa, Shirley A. Bacon


O'Banyoun, Simon Peter

O'Neal, Arnetta Black

O'Rourke, James Ralph , Sr.

Ogden, Geraldine Cox

Ohio County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Old Anderson County: Black & White Oral History Project

Old Danville Road Cemetery

Olden, Clarence E.

Olden, James Clarence "J. C."

Older African American Soldiers from Kentucky during the Civil War

Oldham County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Oldham County Colored Fair Company

Olive, Lewis Cortez, Jr.

Oliver Scott's Refined Negro Minstrels

Oliver, Joel Peter, Jr., and Wilma

Oliver, Samuel

Orphan Homes for Free Colored Children Prior to Emancipation (Not Kentucky)

Our Colored Citizens, Colored Notes, and Colored News (Maysville Newspaper)

Our Colored Department and Colored Notes (Owensboro Newspaper)

Our Women and Children

Owen County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes,1850-1870

Owens, Darryl T.

Owens, Edward, III

Owensboro (KY) Negro Chautauqua

Owensboro Area Obituary Index

Owensboro Black Expo

Owensboro Trojans [Independent] Basketball Team

Owsley County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870


Packer, Zuwena "ZZ"

Paducah (KY) Emancipation Day Reunion

Page, Gregory D. "Greg" (football)

Page, Gregory E. "Greg" (boxing)

Page, Lucy and Edward (Ned)

Page, Theodore R.

Pallbearers (Versailles, KY)

Palmer, Zirl A.

Panic in Hopkinsville, KY

Panic in Owen County, KY

Par Makers Golf Club (Bowling Green, KY)

Paris High School Homecoming Queen, Class of 1975

Paris, Malinda Robinson

Paris, William H., Jr. "Bubba"

Park Club No. 1 [Tyrone Park and Picnic Grounds]

Parker, Frank

Parker, John P.

Parker, Johne M.

Parker, Noah

Parker, Perry

Parker, Titus

Parker, WalterElwood, Sr.

Parker, William C.

Parks, Suzan-Lori

Parrish, Charles H., Jr.

Parrish, Charles H., Sr.

Pasquall, Jerome Don, Sr.

Passmore, Norman L., Sr.

Patton, Humphrey Cornelius, Sr.

Paul L. Dunbar's Mother's Family

Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (Lexington, KY)

Payne, Clarence H., Sr.

Payne, Gary D.

Payne, George W.

Payne, Thomas R., Jr. "Tom"

Paynewhite, Brenda Phillips

Pearce, Alexander G.

Pearsall, James

Peeples, Porter G., Sr.

Pegram, Amelia Blossom

Pendleton County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Pendleton, Clarence McClane, Jr.

Penman, Elizabeth "Mrs. C. C. Stumm"

Penn, Anna Belle Rhodes

Penny, Joe [Pennytown, MO]

Perkins Family [Jockeys and Horse Trainers]

Perkins, James "Soup" (jockey)

Perkins, James (policeman)

Perkins, William "Will"

Perpetual Motion Machine (Franklin, KY)

Perry County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Perry, Julia A.

Perry, William H., Sr.

Peter (Vigo)

Peters, Percy R., "P. R."

Petersburg (Jefferson County, KY)

Petersburg (Mercer County, KY)

Peterson, Roy Phillip

Pettigrew, L. [Luella] Eudora Williams

Peyton, Atholene Mary

Phillips, Joseph "Joker"

Phillips, Thomas [Antioch Colored Christian Church, Lexington, KY]

Phoebe (Rainey)

Pickard, Joseph

Pickett, Wilson, Jr.

Pike County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Pikeville Colored Branch Library (Pike County, KY)

Pillow, Faith

Pilot Knob, Voting District #3, Simpson County, Kentucky

Pine Grove College (Jackson County, KY)

Pineville Colored Branch Library (Bell County, KY)

Pitman [or Pittman], Henry

Pittman, William Sidney

Plato, Samuel M.

Pleasant, Emma Rose

Pleasant, Mae Barbee Boone

Pluck! The Journal of Affrilachian Arts & Culture

Plymouth Congregational Church (Louisville, KY)

Plymouth Settlement House (Louisville, KY)

Poetry Broadside Collection

Poindexter, Henry, Sr. [Anderson v Poindexter]

Polin, Edward, Jr.

Polk, James Knox (former enslaved man)

Polk, John Knox

Polk, Syree Luther


Ponder, Flora B.

Ponder, Raymond

Pool Halls and Employees, Kentucky

Poole, Harold

Pope, Gene

Porter, Arthur D., Sr.

Porter, Benjamin F.

Porter, Jacob M.

Porter, Jefferson

Porter, Jefferson (2nd entry)

Porter, Jefferson (Chain of Title for 317 West Seventh Street, Paris, KY)

Porter, Ora F.

Porter, Otho Dandrith

Porter, Troy, Sr.

Porter, William Edward "Bill"

Porter, William M.

Porter, Woodford Roy, Sr.

Porterfield, Rosella F.

Postell, Peter, Sr. [Peter Glass]

Poston, Ephraim

Poston, Ersa Elizabeth Hines

Poston, Mollie Cox

Poston, Theodore R. A. M.

Poston, Ulysses and Robert

Potter, Mary E.

Potter, R. G. (1901-1987) Collection

Powell County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

Powell, Ruth Marie Davidson

Powell, William Jennifer, Sr.

Powers, Georgia D.

Powers, Oliver "Ollie"

Pralltown (Lexington, KY)

Presbyterian Cemetery (Lexington, KY)

Presbyterian Community Center Records

Prescott Pike Cemetery (North Middletown, KY)

Prewitt, Clifton B.

Price, Geneva Stark

Price, John

Price, Julius Elliott, Sr.

Price-Cordery, Barbara

Pricetown, Nihizertown, and Centerville (Fayette County, KY)

Priest, James M.

Primo Carnera v Ed "Bearcat" Wright (boxing)

Princeton Colored Branch Library (Caldwell County, KY)

Proposed American Negro Colony in New Granada

Pruitt, Earle E.

Pryor, Albert Conklin, Jr.

Pryor, Margaret

Public Health Reports, Kentucky Colored Persons

Pulaski County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Purce, Charles L.

Pyles, Charlotta G. M.


Quarles, Alfred Nelson

Quisenberry, Rosetta Lucas


R. E. Hathway Post No. 3593 (Lexington, KY)

Rabb, Maurice F., Jr.

Rabb, Maurice F., Sr.

Race Riot (Paducah, KY)

Race Riot of 1917 (Lexington, KY)

Race War in Mayfield, KY

Racial Conflict (Berea, KY)

Radio Broadcasts Negro High School Sports, Lexington, KY

Raglin Brothers

Railroad Strike and Riot (Somerset, KY)

Rainer, Georgia B. Gomez [Madam Gomez]

Rainey, Janice E.

Ralls, James Edward

Ralph Bunche National Historic District - Oral History Project (FA 457)

Ramond, William

Ramsey, Arthur, Sr.

Randolph, Alma L.

Randolph, Amanda E.

Randolph, Benjamin Franklin

Randolph, James E.

Randolph, Loretta Corryne Bacon Lunderman Spencer

Ransom, Riley Andrew

Ratification of the 13th, 14th, and 15thAmendments (Kentucky)

Ratliff, William Marvin, & Ratliff Institute

Rawlings, Simon Peter

Ray, Albert Burton, Jr.

Ray, Harry

Ray, Joseph R., Jr. "Joie"

Ray, Joseph R., Sr.

Ray, William Benjamin, Sr.

Rayburn, Wendell G., Sr.

Raynor, Sarah Harper

Records of Births for the Enslaved in Kentucky

Records: Race=African

Records: Race=Brown

Records: Race=Negro

Red Cross Hospital and Nurse Training Department (Louisville, KY)

Redd, Michael R.

Redd, Thomas D.

Reed, Steven S.

Reed, William B. "Chief"

Reid Slave Cemetery (Hawesville, KY)

Reid, Barney Ford, Jr.

Reid, Daniel Isaiah

Reid, George Willis

Reider, Carrie Nelson

Report: Negro School Districts and Their Needs by L. N. Taylor

Reynolds, Edgar T.

Reynolds, Louise E.

Reynolds, Sadiqa N.

Rhea, Jewel K. McNari

Rhea, La Julia Ray

Rheubin [Murrell]

Rhodes, Bessie M.

Rhodes, Todd Washington

Rice, Richard Anderson

Rich, Geneva Cooper

Richards, Ralph Harrison

Richards, Rosalind H.

Richardson, Henry Reedie

Richardson, Lawrence

Richardson, Lewis

Richardson, Saunders, Jr. ("Smoke") and Family

Richmond Colored Branch Library (Madison County, KY)

Ricketts, Matthew Oliver

Riggs, Arthur J.

Riley, Clay

Ringo, William

Rioting at the Dix River Dam Project Site

Rioting in Louisville, KY (1968)

Roach, Sanford Thomas

Robb, Jackson

Robb, Thomas K.

Robert H. Williams Children's Home and Cultural Center

Robert J. Doherty Photographs

Robert Penn Warren Civil Rights Oral History Project

Roberts Settlement (Indiana)

Roberts, Erwin

Roberts, Turner W. [Turner Roberts v. Commonwealth]

Robertson County (KY) Free Blacks and Free Mulattoes, 1870-1900

Robinson, Adam M., Jr.

Robinson, Jackie

Robinson, James H., Sr.

Robinson, Jimmy (boxer)

Robinson, John Wallace

Robinson, Kathy Elise Conway

Robinson, Keith

Robinson, Melford J. "M.J."

Robinson, Sharon Porter

Robinson, Thomas Harry

Robinson, William H.

Robinson, William Henry

Rockcastle County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Rogers, Lydia Jetton

Roll of Honor, Colored Soldiers, Kentucky

Rose, Edward

Rosenwald Schools in Kentucky

Ross, Cornelia Wright Hall

Ross, Gerald David

Ross, Jacob Allen (aka J. Allen Ross)

Ross, James Alexander

Ross, Merrill Ray

Ross, Ray

Ross, Travus

Ross, William H.

Rounds, Ned and Ellen [Honey Island, Mississippi]

Rout, Richard

Routt, Thalethia B.

Rowan County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

Rowe, John William

Royal Photo Company Collection

Royal, Wesley

Roye, John Edward and Nancy, and son Edward James Roye

Rudd, Daniel A.

Rudd, Robert R.

Rudder, John Earl, Jr.[John Rudder and Doris Rudder v United States of America]

Rufus Ballard Atwood Oral History Project

Rules and regulations of the annual fair of the Colored A. & M. Association Incorporated: to be held on the grounds of the white fair association, Lexington, Ky., September 8, 9, 10, 11

Russell County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Russell, Alfred Francis

Russell, Green Pinckney

Russell, Harvey C., Jr.

Russell, Harvey Clarence, Sr.

Russell, Randa Davenport

Russell, Ray Frederick

Russell, Samuel and Harriet

Russell, Willis

Russellville [KY] Colored Fire Company, 1873-1891


Saffell Funeral Business in Shelbyville, KY: Daisy M., George W., and Mildred S. Saffell

Sales, Mary E. A.

Saloon and Bar Employees in Kentucky, 1870-1920

Salsbury Free Negro Settlement (Muhlenberg County, KY)

Sam (slave)

Sample, Prince Albert, Jr.

Samples, John

Samuels, Evelyn Marie

Sanctified Hill (Cumberland, KY)

Sanders, Henry L.

Sandusky, Annie L.

Sanford, Perry

Sansbury, Louis

Sargent, Nathaniel

Saulsberry, Guy Otha

Scearce, Simon

School Libraries in Christian County, KY

Schooler, James W.

Schools for the Colored Race

Schultz, William Robert, Jr.

Scott County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Scott County [Kentucky] African American Villages

Scott, Anna Marie Porter Wall

Scott, Attica

Scott, George

Scott, Isaiah Benjamin

Scott, Joseph Walter

Scott, Tom

Scott, William

Seales, Daniel, Sr.

Seals, Catherine

Seals, Rupert Grant

Sears, George

Sebree, Charles E.

Segregated Public Housing Projects in Kentucky

Semmes, LaVaughn "Bonnie" Taylor

Settles, Joseph

Seymour, William

Shadows of the Past by Louis Stout

Shake Rag (Bowling Green, KY)

Shankle, James and Winnie [Shankleville, Texas]

Shanklin, Barbara

Shanks, Irvine Lee

Shanks, Sharon

Shannon, John W.

Shaw, Edward

Shaw, Renee

Shaw, Thomas

Shawler, John

Sheckles, William "Bill"

Sheffield, Arthur A., Jr.

Shelbourne, Lisa C.

Shelby County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Shelby, John T., Jr. "T-Bone"

Shelton, Dorothy Jean Rice Crutcher

Sheppard, William Henry

Shipley, Reuben

Shipman, V. Joseph [Continental National Bank]

Shipp, Ellen

Shobe, Benjamin Franklin

Shockley, Ann A.

Short, Rodman J. and Myrtle Render

Shultz, Arnold

Shumake, William Thomas [W. T.]

Simmons Bible College Records and Historical Materials

Simmons College (Louisville, KY)

Simmons, George W., Jr.

Simmons, Lawrence "Bumpy"

Simmons, William J.

Simms, James N.

Simms, Willie

Simpson County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Simpson, Abram Lyon

Simpson, Arnold R.

Simpson, Frank Burnett

Simpson, James E., Jr.

Simpson, James Edward

Simpson, Marguerite E.

Simpson, Melissa

Simpson, Ophelia

Simpson, Peter

Simpsonville Slaughter (Simpsonville, KY)

Singleton, Rev. Octavius S., and the National Home Finding Society for Colored Children

Sisney, Ricardo

Sissle, George A. and Martha A.

Skanks, Eva B. Allensworth

Skillman, Charles

Skinner, Fred Isaac "Freddie"

Slaughter, Henry P.

Slave Deaths due to Cholera, 1850 U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedule

Slave Execution Reimbursement

Slave Jail (Woodford County, KY)

Slave Record Book

Slave Revolt Scare (Lexington, KY)

Slave Riot Scare (Harlan County, KY)

Slave School in Greensburg, KY

Slave Trade Between Kentucky and Southern States

Slave Voyages Database 2.0

Slave-Built Building (Lexington,KY)

Slavery and Medical Care in Kentucky

Slavery Era Insurance Policies Registry

Slaves of William "Billy" Stafford

Sleet, Anne

Sleet, Moneta J., Jr.

Sleettown (Perryville, KY)

Sloan, John Steward

Small, George

Smith, Albert Emanuel "Al"

Smith, Andrew Jackson

Smith, Andrew William

Smith, Benjamin

Smith, Carl H.

Smith, Carl Lee "Cal"

Smith, Charles Herbert

Smith, Dwight

Smith, Edwin M.

Smith, Effie Waller

Smith, Elijah Strong

Smith, Ella Cowan and Josephus [Joseph] William

Smith, Elmore "The Big E"

Smith, Garfield

Smith, Gerald L.

Smith, Gregory D.

Smith, Henderson

Smith, Henry Clay

Smith, Hiram S.

Smith, Holloway

Smith, James E. "J.E."

Smith, James T. "Jimmy"

Smith, John Robert [Johnny Hammond]

Smith, John T.

Smith, John W., Jr.

Smith, Joshua I.

Smith, Kevin L.

Smith, Kirke

Smith, Leslie S.

Smith, Lucy Harth

Smith, Lucy Wilmot

Smith, Mary L.

Smith, Morgan and Marvin

Smith, Orlando "Tubby"

Smith, Robert Willis, Jr.

Smith, Sam

Smith, Samuel E.

Smith, Thomas J.

Smith, Verna McDonald

Smith, Vincent Augustine

Smith, Walton Norwood

Smith, William Russell

Smith-Hyatt, Mary E.

Smith-Jackson, Myka

Smith-Wright, Pamela L.

Smithtown (Lexington, KY)

Smythe, Carrie F.

Sneed, Burrell

Sneed, Josephine B. Chenault

Sneed, Stephen Taylor, "S. T."

Snorton, Charles C.

Snorton, Hickman Matthew "Matt"

Snowden, Harris

Snowden, Leanna C. Holland and John B.

Solomon Temple and Daughters of Jerusalem (Trenton, KY)

South Before the War

South Union, KY - Shakers, Enslaved, and Freemen

Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF)

Southern Press Association [Negro newspapers]

Southgate Street School

Spann, Ann Roberta Peyton

Spaulding, Jane Morrow

Spears, Jewell A. King

Spears, Joshua, Sr.

Spencer County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Spencer, Felton L.

Spencer, Moses

Spencer, Onah Lee

Spicer, Jack, Sr.

Spradling, Mary E. Mace

Spradling, Washington, Sr.

Spradling, William Wallace

Spring Valley, Illinois

Spurgeon, James Robert

Spurgeon, Samuel J. W.

St Peter Claver Catholic Church, Lexington, KY

St. Augustine Church (Louisville, KY)

St. Clair, Irvin Webster Sr. "I. W."

St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church (Cynthiana, KY)

St. Joseph Hospital (Lexington, KY)

St. Julien, Marlon

St. Paul United Methodist Church (Paris, KY)

Stafford, Frank Douglas, Sr.

Standard Oil (New Jersey) Collection

Stanley, Frank L., Sr.

Stanley, Frank Leslie, Jr.

Steed, Maggie M.

Stephens, Fred E.

Stephens, H. A. and Kathryn S.

Stephens, Jeanette

Stepp, Alonzo Theodore “Lon”

Steppe, Cecil H.

Steve Crosby v Edmund "Kid" Rucker (boxing)

Stevens, George

Stevens, Oluwole A."Olu"

Stevenson, William H.

Stevenson, Willie B.

Steward, William H.

Stewart, Charles

Stewart, Fannie B. C.

Stewart, George N.

Stewart, Harry T., Jr.

Stewart, James W.

Stewart, Leslie Lee, Sr. "Les"

Stewart, Logan H.

Stewart, Loretta Reeves

Stewart, Robert William

Stewart, Traquelia T. Riley Wharton

Still, Sina Williams

Still, Valerie

Stitch, Rudell

Stokes, Thomas "Ty"

Stone, Bessie Tucker Russell

Stone, George E.

Stone, James "Colle"

Stone, James A., Sr.

Stone, Kara Lynn

Stone, Lee Owen

Stone-Campbell Movement in Kentucky

Stoner, Fred T., Sr.

Stonestreet, Frederick M., Sr.

Stoney Point (Warren County, KY)

Story, John W. "Jack"

Story, Nathaniel Edward "Nat"

Stout, Louis

Stoval, John

Stowers, Walter Haslip

Strader v. Graham

Stradford, John the Baptist "J. B."

Stradford, Julius Caesar "J. C."

Strange Fruit (radio program), Louisville, KY

Strauss, Mattye O.

Straws, David

Streetcar Demonstrations (Louisville, KY) [R. Fox v. The Central Passenger Railroad Company]

Strickland, Nathaniel

Strider, Benjamin F., Jr. [Colored Shoe Makers Union]

Strider, Maurice W.

Strong, Charlie R.

Stubblefield, Wilker H. T. "Mickey" "Mayfield Moundsman"

Student Library Assistants of Kentucky (SLAK)

Stumpy Harris and His Kentucky Cardinals (Uniontown, KY, baseball team)

Sublett, John William "Bubbles"

Sudduth, Horace

Summers III, William E.

Summers, Jane Roberta Whatley Fluker

Summers, William E., IV

Sumner, Thomas R.

Sunday School Unions (Louisville, KY)

Supreme Lodge Colored Brotherhood of Honor [Simpson County, KY]

Susan Eliza

Suter Brothers, Barbers

Sweeney, Pruitt Owsley, Sr.

Swope, William "Bill", Jr.

Sykes, Harry Nash


Taggart, Willie

Talbert, Horace

Talbott, Dannie

Talbott, Emma M.

Tandy, Charlton Hunt

Tandy, Henry A.

Tandy, Opal Less

Tandy, Vertner W., Sr.

Tate, Horace E.

Tate, Mary Lee

Taylor County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Taylor, Bartlett

Taylor, Charles Leon

Taylor, Gilbert; Saphronia Kelter; and son Marshall Walter "Major" Taylor

Taylor, Gustavus G.

Taylor, James H.

Taylor, James T. "Big Jim" [Harrods Creek, KY]

Taylor, Jesse B., Sr.

Taylor, Joe, Jr.

Taylor, Joseph H.

Taylor, Marshall W. (Boyd)

Taylor, Melvin Wayne, Sr.

Taylor, Preston

Taylor, Sallie Ann

Taylor, Steve L. "The Cowboy Steve Show"

Taylor, Vertner L.

Taylor, William A.

Taylortown (Lexington, KY)

Telephone Company Employees, Kentucky, African Americans, 1900-1960

Temple, Carter [Carr Hopkins]

Terrell, Alexander C.

Terrell, William H.

Terry, Woodford H.

Tevis, Elizabeth C. H.

Texas Western College Basketball Team

Thacker, Tom Porter

The African American Ball (Lexington, KY)

The African American Borah Family

The African American Herndons from Simpson County, KY

The African Repository and Colonial Journal (periodical)

The Afro-American Mission Herald (Louisville, KY newspaper)

The Barclays

The Bransfords

The Colored Home of the Friendless (Paducah, KY)

The Daily Aesthetic Projects (website and oral histories)

The Family of Jack and Sallie Foster [Blyew v. United States]

The Fight for the ROTC Program at Kentucky State College

The Gem Theater, and the Lincoln Theater (Lexington, KY)

The James Harvey Family (Woodford County, KY)

The Kentucky Four

The Kentucky Union for the Moral and Religious Improvement of the Colored Race

The Kidnapping of Daniel Prue and John Hite

The Ladies (of color)

The Liberian Connection

The McDonald and Elvira Porter Family [Moving North]

The Morris Family

The Other Library Employees : The Early Janitors

The Richard Hazelwood Family (Henderson, KY)

The Rowan Family

The Slave Rebellion Website [online]

The Spirituals: An Oral History Project

The State of African Americans in Kentucky

The Thomas Alexander & Laura Virginia Crawford Family (Canada)

The Tri-Weekly Informer

The Turnbo Family

The White Slave, by Bartley Theo Campbell

Theophanis v. Theophanis

Thomas, Clint

Thomas, India P.

Thomas, Jay V., Sr.

Thomas, John L.

Thomas, Newton Stone

Thomas, Regena Lynn

Thomas, Reginald "Reggie"

Thomas, Theopolus Lean

Thompson v City of Louisville [Shuffle Dancing]

Thompson v. Wilmot

Thompson, Eddie James

Thompson, Jackie

Thompson, Lucia E.

Thompson, Malachi Richard

Thompson, Marion

Thompson, Martha

Thompson, Mary

Thompson, Richard W.

Thompson, Robert L. "Bob"

Thompson, Rudolph

Thompson, W. John

Thornton, Dallas

Thornton, James and Adeline Joyner

Thornton, Jerry Sue Owens

Threlkeld, Buford aka "Whistler"

Thruston, Felix

Thruston, Jerry

Thurman, Alfonzo

Tilford, Louis

Timberlake, Clarence L.

Tinsley, George W., Sr.

Tinsley, Henry Clay

Tinsley, Lee O.

Tinsley, Seretha S.

Tipton, Manuel

Tipton, Nathan

Tisdale, Clarence

Tite, B. D.

Tobacco in Upper Canada

Todd County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Tolbert, Hardin

Tolley, Florence B. W.

Tools, Robert

Towles, Jeff Herman

Townsend, Bross Elvie, Jr.

Travis, Oneth M., Jr.

Travis, Oneth Morview, Sr.

Trent, Djuan

Tri-City Messengers

Tribble, Andrew A.

Trigg County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Trigg County, Kentucky African American Oral History Project (FA 196)

Trimble County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

True Reformers, Kentucky

Tubman, Sylvia A. E.

Tubman, William Shadrach

Tubman, William V. S.

Tucker, Amelia Audrey Moore

Tucker, Charles Ewbank

Tucker, Hagar

Turley, Alicestyne

Turley, Jack C.

Turner, Eat Campbell

Turner, Frank M. and Frosty [and Wyatt Burghardt Turner]

Turner, Hannah

Turner, Roxy

Turner, Samuel

Turpin, Melvin Harrison

Turpin, William Henderson "Ben"

Tuskegee Airmen (Kentucky)

Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Trail

Twine, William H.

Twyman, Luska Joseph

Twyman, William

Tyler, Charles Lacy

Tyler, Nancy Pe-ral


U. S. Congressional Hearings on Northern Emigration

U.S. Census: Slave Schedules, Black or Mulatto, Colored

Underground Railroad Research Institute (UGRRI) at Georgetown College (KY)

Underwood, Edward Ellsworth


Union Benevolent Society No.1 (Versailles, KY)

Union Benevolent Society of Colored People, No. 1 & No.2

Union County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

United Brothers of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten

United States v. Reese, et al, 92 U.S. 214

University of Kentucky, African American Teachers, Extension Courses

University of Louisville Basketball Team, 1979-1980

University of Louisville Libraries' Special Collections

University of Louisville Libraries: Documenting African American Life in Louisville

Unnatural Causes: is inequality making us sick?

Unseld, Westley S. "Wes"

Urquhart, Henry H.

Utterback, Everett Emory

Uttingertown-Columbus (Lexington, KY)


Valentine, Lee A.

Van Dunk, Mary F. Gunner

Van Horn, James

Van Leer, Darryl

Van Venison, Harold

Vance, Richard Thomas "Dick"

Vancleave, Joseph

Vaughn, George L.

Vaughn, Postelle A.

Vena, Cyrus, Jr.

Veney, Anderson

Vernon, George Kemp

Vertrees, Peter

Vick, McDonald

Vinegar, Alexander Campbell "Peter"

Vital Statistics: Emancipation, Medical Field, & Race Extinction

Voting Rights in Kentucky, 1792-1799 - Free Negro, Mulatto, Indian Males


WACs Beaten in Elizabethtown, KY

WACs' Protest at Camp Breckinridge, KY

Wade, Alice

Wade, Andrew

Wade, Helen Cary Caise

Waits, Ernest J., Sr. "Ernie"

Walden, John

Walker, Edward

Walker, Frank X

Walker, Maymie Baker

Walker, Prather

Walker, Ray

Walker, Renelda Meeks Higgins

Walker, Solly

Walker, Thomas Vaughn

Walker, William, Sr. "Billy"

Wallace, Bonnie Goddard and Theodore "Cal" Sr.

Wallace, Count X.

Wallace, Edgar A. [Bluegrass Chronicle newspaper]

Wallace, Richard Felix "Dick"

Wallace, Theodore "Ted"Calvin, Jr.

Wallace, Thomas Cicero "Little Bee"

Walls, John H.

Walls, Murray B. Atkins

Walters, Alexander

Walters, Arthur M.

Walters, Katie Knox

Walters, Lelia Coleman

Walton, KY

Ward, William H.

Warders, Jesse Puckett

Ware, William, Sr.

Warford, Reggie

Waring, Mary R. Fitzbutler

Warley, William [Buchanan v. Warley]

Warner, Andrew Jackson

Warren County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Warren, Mark Edward III

Warren, William

Washington County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Washington Terrace Miniture Golf Course (Lexington, KY)

Washington, Edith Stubblefield

Washington, Edward

Washington, Edward, Jr. "Eddie"

Washington, Ford Lee "Buck"

Washington, Isam

Washington, Isam McDaniel "Mack"

Washington, Rebecca Neal

Washington, Robert L."Bobby"

Washington, Roy L., Sr.

Waters, Stephen H.

Watkins, Alma Taylor

Watkins, Jerry

Watkins, Luevenia

Watson, Carl W.

Watson, Dudley Malone

Watson, Levina and William

Watson, William

Watts, Cato

Watts, James D. "J. D."

Watts, Richard, Sr.

Way, James Sherman

Wayman Institute

Wayne County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Weaver, Rufus Jack

Weaver, Sylvester

Webb, Christopher

Webster County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1860-1880

Webster, Benjamin Sweeney, Sr.

Weeden, Henry Clay

Wells, Billy T.

Wells, Jerry Lee

Wells, Johnny

Wells, William "Dicky"

Wendell, Thomas T.

Wesley, Charles Harris

Wesley, Edward

West Chestnut Street Baptist Church (Louisville, KY)

West Kentucky Conference and West Kentucky Conference Branch (African Methodist Episcopal Church)

West, James

West, Millard

Western Colored Branch Library, Louisville, KY (Jefferson County)

Weston, Alice Victoria Henry and William Julius, Sr.

Whedbee, Bertha P.

Wheeler, Albert

Wheeler, John Leonidas

Wheeler, John N.

Wheeler, John W.

Wheelwright, KY - Colored Section

Where did the money come from that was used to establish the A&M College of Kentucky?

White Sox Baseball Team (Richmond, KY)

White, Addison

White, Albert S., Sr. and Sally J. Seals

White, Allen Zack, Sr. [Whyte, Zack or Zach]

White, Churchill

White, David French

White, Elam A.

White, Fannie Fletcher Hathaway

White, James L.

White, Lillian Nareen

White, Paul Dunbar

White, Perry

White, Peter

White, Randolf Franklin

White, Robert C.

White, Robert M. "Bob"

White, Solomon E.

White, Thomas McKinley

White, William Henry, and Frozene Campbell White

Whiteside, Birdie Mary Lee

Whiting, Pierre, Sr.

Whitley County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Whitley, Kimberly

Whitman, Albery A.

Whitney, Davey L.

Whitney, Francis E.

Whittaker, Richard Salinthus

Whyte, Garrett

Wiggins, Alfred W., Sr.

Wiggins, Bobbie Reeves

Wiggins, William H., Jr.

Wigginton, Ellen O.

Wilkerson, Artishia Garcia Gilbert

Wilkes, Gracie Rice

Wilkinson, Crystal

Wilkinson, Doris Yvonne

Williams, Alexander "Alex", Jr.

Williams, Aubrey

Williams, Burnett Eddock, Jr.

Williams, Charles

Williams, Charles Holston

Williams, Charles W.

Williams, Charley H. "Banjo Dick"

Williams, Corinne Denny

Williams, Earl

Williams, Erica Lee

Williams, Frances Harriet

Williams, Frank Lunsford

Williams, George Thomas

Williams, Henry

Williams, Henry H.

Williams, Herbert S.

Williams, James Estel, Sr.

Williams, Jamye Coleman

Williams, Jane Simpson

Williams, John

Williams, John E.

Williams, Keith

Williams, Kermit E.

Williams, Lucille Brown

Williams, Margaret Yeager

Williams, Mary Sneed Robinson

Williams, Orena Vaught

Williams, Pauline E. Lewis

Williams, Samuel

Williams, Samuel Carl

Williams, Sheila J.

Williams, Stanley Rudolph "Fess"

Williams, Wallace D.

Williams, William "Colonel"

Williams, Worthy "Butt Cutt"

Williamsburg (KY) Colored Academy

Williamson, Ansel

Willis, "Aunt" Lucy

Willis, Edward D. (horse trainer & newspaper man)

Willis, Floyd W.

Willis, Frank R.

Willis, Lucas B.

Wilson, Arthur H.

Wilson, Atwood S.

Wilson, Clarence "Cave", Sr.

Wilson, Cornelius

Wilson, Daniel

Wilson, Edith Goodall

Wilson, Ellis Douglas

Wilson, G. Marshall

Wilson, George D.

Wilson, George W., Sr.

Wilson, George Washington, Jr.

Wilson, Henry S.

Wilson, Hughlyne A. Perkins

Wilson, James H. (minister)

Wilson, James Hembray, Sr. (musician/band director)

Wilson, Jesse Francis

Wilson, Milton James, Sr.

Wilson, William Hansford Jr.

Wilson, William Hansford, Sr.

Winkfield, Jimmy

Winny (slave) v Whitesides

Winstead, Welby Irvin

Withrow, Ada Brown

Wolfe County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1861-1900

Wolfe, Anna M. Lindsey

Wolfe, George C.

Wolfe, John T., Jr.

Wolfe, William K.

Woman's Industrial Club of Louisville (KY)

Women's Action Committee For Victory and Lasting Peace Convention in Louisville, KY

Women's Right to Vote in Kentucky

Wood, Francis M.

Wood, George E.

Wood, Henrietta

Wood, John Edmund [Torch Light newspaper]

Woodford County (KY) Enslaved, Free Blacks, and Free Mulattoes, 1850-1870

Woods Chapel C.M.E. Church, Millersburg, KY

Woods, Brent

Woods, Mattiebelle

Woodson (former slave)

Woolfolk, George Ruble, Sr.

Work With Negroes Round Table, American Library Association

Work, Beulah White

World War II Veterans from Bourbon County

World's Columbian Exposition 1893

Wright, George C.

Wright, James L. "Jimmy"

Wright, Lillian Mathiele Taylor

Wright, William H.

Wright, Zara

WTLA-FM (We're The Listener Alternative) 105.3, Lexington, KY

WWI African American Soldiers from Lexington, KY


Yancey, Sadie Mae

Yarbrough-Jumoke, Nailah

Yokley, Raytha L.


Young People's Congress, Youth Council of Kentucky (African Methodist Episcopal Church)

Young, Ada Johnson and Samuel "Policy Sam"

Young, Armstead Howard

Young, Aurelia J. Norris

Young, Betty

Young, Charles

Young, Charles D.

Young, Coleman Milton, III

Young, David

Young, Eddie Lee

Young, Herman A.

Young, Hortense Houston

Young, John Henry

Young, Laura R.

Young, Margaret B.

Young, Whitney M., Jr.

Young, Whitney M., Sr.

Young, William "Billy"

Yowell, Samuel [Petersburg Colored School]

YWCA (Louisville, KY)

YWCA Subcommittee on Colored Work


Zion Hill (Scott County, KY)