Pondering Kentucky: The Magazine, Issue 24, 1992
Project: Glen Bastin's Pondering Kentucky Oral History Project
Interview SummaryWilliam McClure speaks with Bastin at the Berea Arts Festival about his work making wood shingles.
John Christian talks about the process of "water witching" to find underground springs.
Barry Metcalfe of the Kentucky Wheels Motorcycle Association talks about their community service work picking up trash along the highway.
Bastin talks about the history of the potential states of Cumberland and Franklin.
Ron Bryant talks about the origins of the word "hillbilly."
Peter McDonald speaks about the fundraising done by the Christian County Rotary Club's Annual Spring Auction.
Nickie Hughes gives Bastin a tour of the Kentucky Military History Museum and Bastin speaks with Sergeant Rodney Lawrence about procuring weapons for the museum.
This issue ends with biologist John McGregor talking about snake species in Kentucky.
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Interview LC SubjectKentucky--History. Snakes. Military history. Architectural woodwork. Dowsing. Motorcyclists. Military weapons.
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