Living on the Frontier

Amid the Kentucky mountain foothills, relive the days of the 18th-century pioneers who pushed the American frontier westward and learn the skills they needed to wrest a living from the land. Why did people make the perilous journey to the land the Native Americans called "Ka-ten-ta-ta?" What did they find here? What did they need to know to survive? Answer these questions and others as you study pioneer migration and learn frontier know-how like quilting, dyeing, food preparation, tracking and more.
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