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Kentucky History By: Connie Sparks 02/12/03
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Kentucky became the 15 th  state in 1792.
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How did we get the name  “Kentucky”? The Iroquois Indians called the land “Kentake” which  means “Great Meadows”.
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Kentucky State Flag
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Coal is Kentucky”s most valuable non-renewable  resource.  Other plentiful renewable resources are soil, water, sunlight, and trees.
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Unformatted text preview: Mammoth Cave is the only national park in Kentucky and is located in the Pennyroyal region . The Kentucky Derby is run at Churchill Downs in Louisville each May. The Derby is also called a Run for the Roses and has been called the most exciting two minutes in sports!...
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