A special edition of Kentucky Life, revised for classroom use, that explores the Kentucky connection to the founding and development of the nation of Liberia. The story of how and why thousands of freed African-American slaves undertook the hazardous journey across the Atlantic to build a new country in Africa is told partly in the words of such notable figures as Abraham Lincoln; Henry Clay; and Alfred Russell, a Kentuckian who became president of Liberia. A visit to an area still known as "Kentucky in Africa" explores the continuing legacy of these 19th-century pioneers.
Kentucky in Africa | Wednesday, February 22 at 3:30 AM ET / Wednesday, February 22 at 2:30 AM CT
Price available upon request.
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