Pondering Kentucky: The Magazine, Issue 28, 1992
Project: Glen Bastin's Pondering Kentucky Oral History Project
Interview SummaryBob Lockthe talks about Nathan B. Stubblefield and the debated origins of the invention of the radio.
Loran Shaft talks about the sandhill crane, a Kentucky bird.
Bastin talks about gospel quartets in Kentucky and plays a few songs sung by notable quartets.
Bastin talks about the life of Carrie A. Nation, a prominent member of the temperance movement from Kentucky.
Kelsy Calhoun speaks about the making of moonshine in Golden Pond, Kentucky.
A recorded sermon by Pastor Wayne Smith of the Southland Christian Church is played.
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