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Kentucky Politics 101: A History of Kentucky Government From A Local Perspective

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Presented by Behringer-Crawford Museum at Online/Virtual Space

Aug 26 2020
Kentucky Politics 101: A History of Kentucky Government From A Local Perspective

Take a tour through the history of Kentucky government from the colonial times to the present day with judge and author Anthony W. Frohlich during the August 26 episode of NKY History Hour, presented by Behringer-Crawford Museum.

On next Wednesday’s NKY History Hour, Judge Frohlich will discuss the historical development of local patenting and its relationship with the development of local government.  The constitutional development all branches of government, elected offices and the courts will be explored, including the courts of Oyer & Terminer and quarter sessions, county, circuit and appellate courts, circuit and county clerks, sheriffs, jailors, state representatives, state senators and various other offices.

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