FRANKFORT - Bullitt County will once again have a moment of positive statewide recognition on April 10, 2010, when David Strange will be the guest speaker at the Kentucky Historical Society meeting in Frankfort.
The subject will be “Bullitt County Salt Making in the 1800’s and the Importance of Kentucky’s Salt Making Industry”.
The Family History Workshop presentation “Researching in Kentucky Ancestors Magazine” begins at 10:30, followed by the “Kentucky’s Salt Industry” presentation.
Starting with this April edition, the workshop series will include occasional presentations on industries that were crucial to the settlement and early cultural development of Kentucky. Understanding the history of these industries may provide insights for researchers. In this session, David Strange, executive director of the Bullitt County History Museum, will explain the importance of Kentucky’s salt-making industry.
Registration is required by noon on April 9.
The location is the Thomas D. Clark Kentucky History Museum in Frankfort.
For more information contact the Kentucky Historical Society Reference Desk at 502-564-1792, ext.4460.