Summary

The Kentucky Archaeology & Heritage Series presents new scientific research conducted across the Commonwealth by scholars in the fields of archaeology, anthropology and history. This on-going series is produced by Voyageur Media Group, Inc. for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, Folk Studies & Anthropology Department, Western Kentucky University.  The series is distributed statewide by Kentucky Educational Television (broadcast/streaming), and The Archaeology Channel, a free, nonprofit organization that streams archaeological media to scholars throughout the world. Most episodes include a companion website for the delivery of information, in-depth articles and educational resources to viewers, teachers and students. Visit the website for each episode for resources and links.

Volumes and Episodes

Episode 8 (in development)

“The Hathaway Family: A Journey from Slavery to Civil Rights”

 

Episode 7 (2019)

“Creelsboro and the Cumberland: A Living History”

 

Episode 6 (2013)

“Davis Bottom: Rare History, Valuable Lives”

 

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Episode 5 (2010)

“Historic Archaeology: Beneath Kentucky’s Fields and Streets”

 

 

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Episode 4 (2002)

“WPA Archaeology: Legacies of an Era”

 

 

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Episode 1, Volume I (2000)

“Ancient Fires at Cliff Palace Pond”

 

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Episode 2, Volume I (2000)

“The Adena Peoples; Moundbuilders of Kentucky”

 

 

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Episode 2, Volume I (2000)

“Saving A Kentucky Time Capsule”

 

 

Support

The Kentucky Archaeology & Heritage Series is a collaborative project made possible with support from The Federal Highway Administration, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Kentucky Archaeological Survey and Voyageur Media Group, Inc.

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