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Alicestyne Adams, Georgetown College

Alicestyne Adams is director of the Underground Railroad Research Institute at Georgetown College. Born in Hazard, she is a graduate of Georgetown College. She received her master’s degree from Mississippi State University in public administration and another master’s degree in American history from the University of Kentucky. Adams is currently completing her doctorate in history, with a minor in rural economic development, at UK.

She was also the history content writer for the companion web page to the KET documentary Kentucky’s Underground Railroad: Passage to Freedom.

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  • Abraham Lincolnís Legacy (#421)

    Alicestyne Adams and J. Blaine Hudson, organizers of the “Year of Lincoln” at Centre College, talk about Abraham Lincoln and the symposium held to honor the bicentennial celebration of his birthday.