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Credits and Thanks

KET thanks the following people and organizations for the materials and assistance they provided toward the production of the Electronic Field Trip to Fort Harrod and Fort Boonesborough.

Fort Boonesborough State Park
Living History Coordinator: Bill Farmer
Living History Staff: Mary Ann Combs, Wilma Estes, Steve Fohl, Tabitha Foster, Stanley Marcum, Kevin Moody, John Noels, Nancy Puckett, Lee Ruff, Grayden Spoonamore, Sandy Spoonamore, Matthew Trimble, Chris Turpin
Old Fort Harrod State Park
Park Superintendent: Joan Huffman
Fort Harrod Defense Reenactment: The Salt River Long Rifles: Tommy Barnett, Steve Case, Dwight and Tammy Gillock, Larry Wilcher
Fort Harrod Schoolhouse Reenactment:
Schoolteacher: Helen McKinney
Students: Ben and John McKinney, Brittany and Shania Taylor, Levi and Chace Hagen, Dillon Hansen, Bill Lommel, Dan Stinson
Children with forms: Aaron Stinson, Jonathan Hanlin
Mary Henson
Scriptwriter and teaching materials
Creative Graphics
Kathy and Jim Cummins
Reenactor recruitment and technical assistance
The Filson Historical Society, Louisville
For the use of “Harrods Old Fort 1791,” a pamphlet (from the diary of Benjamin Van Cleve) by Willard Rouse Jillson
Kentucky Historical Society
First Addition Oct. 2 1929
Call number 976.978 J61h
Printed by the State Journal Co., Frankfort, KY
Kentucky’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives
For footage from A Story of a Settlement
Kentucky Historical Society
For maps used in the video and web site
The Creative Company, Lawrenceburg, IN
For permission to use graphics from the Fort Harrod Coloring Book
The Program
For Students
Teaching Tools
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