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Books – Periodicals – Encyclopedias

  1. The Squire’ Sketches of Lexington by J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
  2. Lexington: The Athens of the West by J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
  3. Court-Houses of Lexington by J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
  4. John Bradford and the Kentucky Gazette: Revolutionizing the Ohio Valley Frontier
  5. Women in Fayette County History by Kitty Thornton
  6. The History of Pioneer Lexington by Charles R. Staples
  7. The Founding of Lexington 1775-1776 by Carolyn Murray Wooley
  8. A Memoir of Lexington and its Vicinity by William A. Leavy
  9. Lost Lexington Kentucky by Peter Brackney
  10. Gratz Park Compiled by Susan Coats
  11. Grimes Mill by Harry G. Enoch
  12. History of Lexington, KY by George W. Ranck
  13. Lexington Heart of the Bluegrass” by John D. Wright, Jr.
  14. Bryan Station Heroes and Heroines by Virginia Webb Howard
  15. Governors of Kentucky 1792 – 1942 by G. Glen Clift
  16. The Kentucky Encyclopedia John G. Kleber, Editor-in-Chief
  17. History of Kentucky by the late Lewis Collins
  18. University of Kentucky Basketball: 101 years by UK Basketball Museum
  19. “Wicked Lexington KY by Fiona Young Brown”
  20. Harrodsburg: by Dawn Rightmyer
  21. Famous Kentucky Duels; by J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
  22. Keeneland: A Thoroughbred Legacy; Editor Jacqueline Duke 2010
  23. Horse Racing in Central Kentucky and Jefferson County; Marjorie Rieser University of Louisville
  24. History of Kentucky; by Zachariah Frederick Smith
  25. Baseball In Louisville; by Anne Jewell
  26. A Kentucky Sampler; Lowell Harrison & Nelson L. Dawson
  27. Kentucky Rising; James A. Ramage & Andrea S. Watkins
  28. Keeneland-Thoroughbred Legacy Celebrating Tradition; Editor Jacqueline Duke 2010
  29. Kenneth Barnett Tankersley, Ph.D., Department of Anthropology, University of Cincinnati
  30. Racelens; Philip von Borries
  31. Racing Around Kentucky; Lynn S. Renau
  32. Lexington, 1779 Pioneer Kentucky  As Described By Early Settlers; Bettye Lee Martin
  33. Jouett-Bush-Frazer Early Kentucky Artist; by William Barrow Floyd
  34. The Civil War in Kentucky; Lowell H. Harrison
  35. It Happened Today in Kentucky; Robert A. Powell
  36. Gateway Dr. Thomas Walker & the Opening of Kentucky, David M. Burns