Pictured are Steve Ruschell, Attorney; Faye and Ren Hankla, standing; Kent Masterson Brown, Attorney; and Scott and Pat Hankla, seated. The Hankla family entered into an historic easement protecting 327 acres of land that includes all of Walker's Bend and the Goodknight Farm and its Confederate cemetery. All those sites ... Read More »
A multi-media presentation on the history of the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 and 1799 has been produced by Witnessing History, LLC and was presented to a conference of Federal judges organized by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, in Lexington, on April 26 at 8:30 a.m. Kent ... Read More »
Witnessing History, LLC enters into distribution agreement with New World Productions and Distribution, LLC of Los Angeles, California.
The first production to be distributed under the new agreement is Henry Clay and the Struggle for the Union. The production will be accessible worldwide on Netflix, Verizon and AT&T Wireless Networks, Carmike and Ultrastar Digital Theatres, Avail-TVN, Indemand, Blockbuster Express and Redbox, among other wireless outlets. It will be ... Read More »
Henry Clay and the Struggle for the Union is the first documentary ever produced on Henry Clay and the Compromises of 1820, 1833 and 1850. The documentary is magnificently illustrated with some of the greatest portraiture and painted scenes of the era, as well as some of the most remarkable ... Read More »
Bourbon and Kentucky: A History Distilled explores how distilling originated in Kentucky with it’s first settlers in 1775, and takes the viewer to the sites of Central Kentucky’s earliest distilling operations. Magnificent portraits and landscapes adorn the production.