Tobacco Barns of Western Kentucky

and Things Along the Way

Retail Price: $34.95
Anyone who travels the highways and back roads of Western Kentucky knows that tobacco farming was once (and still is) one of the biggest agriculture crops in the Commonwealth, a fact proven by the hundreds of old tobacco barns that dot the landscape. These old barns are a lasting tribute to a way of life that goes back generations—many are still being used to cure tobacco for market, while others have been abandoned to time and the elements.
In Tobacco Barns of Western Kentucky, photographer Lynn Bartlett has preserved images of these silent sentinels for posterity, a place where their beauty and purpose can be enjoyed and appreciated for all time.
This book will encourage readers to hit the road and make their own discoveries of wood and nails. These timeless structures are waiting to be noticed…standing in the fields of nature’s spacious architectural museum. Enjoy Tobacco Barns of Western Kentucky!

Proceeds from the sale of this book will also help other communities and organizations preserve their history through Our American Heritage Project, a non-profit organization.
Book Details
Author: Lynn Bartlett
Pages: 160 pages
Product Dimensions: 9x12
ISBN: 978-1-938905-87-2
Cover Type: Hardcover
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