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About twenty-one percent of these residents were slaves-black men, women, and children bound, in perpetuity, in involuntary servitude. At the end of the last Ice Agebetween — BCE Kentucky's climate stabilized, leading to a rise in population and technology advances that resulted in more sedentary lifestyle.

On his return to Kentucky, Clark found the Indian menace so severe that many settlers had returned east while others had sought protection by moving into the forts. The last of the prehistoric peoples were the Mississippian Indians, who lived in western Kentucky from to A.

As more settlers entered the area, warfare broke out with the Native Americans over their traditional hunting grounds. While on their journey down the Ohio River toward the Mississippi, they met with local chiefs in a village on the banks of the Scioto.

Plans for the project incorporated Bowling Green's waterfront assets, as well as its historic center and streetscape around Fountain Square.

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Enteric diseases felled thousands. Considering their lack of training, most of the early magistrates performed their tasks admirably.

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