Saturday, January 2, 2010


Always in Season
More than $6 billion worth of gold is held in the underground vaults of Fort Knox. This is the largest amount of gold stored anywhere in the world.

The town of Murray is home to the Boy Scouts of America Scouting Museum located on the campus of Murray State University.

Middlesboro is the only city in the United States built within a meteor crater.

The Bluegrass Country around Lexington is home to some of the world's finest racehorses.

Bluegrass is not really blue--its green--but in the spring bluegrass produces bluish purple buds that when seen in large fields give a blue cast to the grass. Today Kentucky is known as the Bluegrass State.

The first American performance of a Beethoven symphony was in Lexington in 1817.

The public saw an electric light for the first time in Louisville. Thomas Edison introduced his incandescent light bulb to crowds at the Southern Exposition in 1883.

The radio was invented by a Kentuckian named Nathan B. Stubblefield of Murray in 1892. It was three years before Marconi made his claim to the invention.

Daniel Boone and his wife Rebecca are buried in the Frankfort Cemetery. Their son Isaac is buried at Blue Licks Battlefield near Carlisle, where he was killed in the last battle of the Revolutionary War fought in Kentucky.

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This Article was by Michelle At People's Natural Living

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