by Billy J. Stratton
Not all that long ago, Eastern Kentucky was a Democratic stronghold.
SOURCE: Washington Post
The violence in 1899 left Kentucky on the brink of a civil war.
SOURCE: US News
In archives across Kentucky, Erin Wiggins Gilliam is on a search for the faces and names of slaves who worked in America's first whiskey distilleries.
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