'First Kentuckians' topic of talk
Tressa Brown, coordinator for the Native  American and African American  Commissions of the Kentucky Heritage Council, was the guest speaker for a special program Sept. 12 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. Her presentation on "The First  Kentuckians" traced the 12,000-year history of  Native Americans in Kentucky and dispelled many myths and  misconceptions about the  Commonwealth's original inhabitants. The event was one of  several offered at the Jouett House in  observance of Kentucky Archaeology Month. Brown, center, is shown with program  attendees Dee Dee Roach of Midway, left, and Maryann McCauley of Versailles.
'First Kentuckians' topic of talk Tressa Brown, coordinator for the Native American and African American Commissions of the Kentucky Heritage Council, was the guest speaker for a special program Sept. 12 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. Her presentation on "The First Kentuckians" traced the 12,000-year history of Native Americans in Kentucky and dispelled many myths and misconceptions about the Commonwealth's original inhabitants. The event was one of several offered at the Jouett House in observance of Kentucky Archaeology Month. Brown, center, is shown with program attendees Dee Dee Roach of Midway, left, and Maryann McCauley of Versailles.
'First Kentuckians' topic of talk Tressa Brown, coordinator for the Native American and African American Commissions of the Kentucky Heritage Council, was the guest speaker for a special program Sept. 12 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. Her presentation on "The First Kentuckians" traced the 12,000-year history of Native Americans in Kentucky and dispelled many myths and misconceptions about the Commonwealth's original inhabitants. The event was one of several offered at the Jouett House in observance of Kentucky Archaeology Month. Brown, center, is shown with program attendees Dee Dee Roach of Midway, left, and Maryann McCauley of Versailles.

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