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Image 8 of The 1929 Kentuckian

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FOREWORD We depict through the medium of our art tkeme tke period follc the Reconstruction Period. lowing the War of Se Kentucky's motto, "United We Stand, Divided We Fall", vJas first promulgated at that time. Although justice favored the cause of the North, the South, being the \0eaker of the foes, aroused ;j)mpath9 in e^ery true Kentuckian's heart. - «¦ Kentucky, later, ^as the Jer in the true spirit of Reconstruction, and t\>as a great po-^er in knitting th brotherhood rudely severed b>) the CWil War. «- - Therefore, let us follovJ v?orthj) example, as vie go out into this sordid and business-like -oJorld, into diverse fields of endeavor. Let us make our decisions justlj), but temper them vJith our hearts. • With these fev3 -tfords at the outset, vJe present the 1929 K.ENTUCKIAN to our classmates, and to the UnWersitj). JOHN W. DUKIDON, JR., Editor JESS C. LAUGHLIKT, Business Manager COAL MINING IN KENTUCKY