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Voices of the Filson (Talk)


Every week Voices of the Filson brings Kentuckiana history to life through interviews with scholars and historians, voices from the archives, and information about local history events and programming. The Filson Historical Society is located at 1310 South Third Street in Louisville, and our mission is to collect, preserve, and tell the significant stories of Ohio Valley history and culture. We do this through our library and archives, through public events and lectures, and through this show, Voices of the Filson. Visit us online at www.filsonhistorical.org, find us on Facebook by searching for Filson Historical Society, and on Twitter @TheFilsonHS.

Wed Aug 3rd 2016 9.00am–10.00am

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Time zone: eastern


The Kossoy Sisters & Erik Darling “Banks of the Ohio”
composed by Traditional
from Bowling Green (Tradition 1956) —DJ talk


Ben Hokea “Beautiful Ohio” Single (1918) —DJ talk


The Filson Historical Society “Interview: William S. Cossen on the Protestant image in the Catholic mind in the Gilded Age, July 29, 2016”


The Filson Historical Society “Excerpt: Bayless diary, read by Scott Scarboro”


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composed by - —DJ talk


The Filson Historical Society “Lecture: Danielle Allen on the Declaration of Independence, December 2, 2014”


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composed by - —DJ talk / Events Calendar


Kentucky Ramblers “Ginseng Blues”
from Kentucky Mountain Music (Yazoo)

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