Electronic Records Archives
The Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives has created an Electronic Records Archives (e-Archives) as a way of managing digital public records and making them available to our citizens. The Electronic Records Archives (e-Archives) is a way of expanding KDLA's capacity to manage digital records of archival value. The e-Archives contains a variety of electronic records produced by state government agencies. We hope you will find that this new resource will speed your access to a wide range of information.
Click the e-archives logo on the left to search the e-Archives in a wide variety of search options including keyword, title, date, or author. Records in the e-archives are organized by agency under the structure of state government by cabinet, branch of government, and constitutional office. Records in an agency are arranged according the records series listed in the Records Retention Schedules.
Collections of Records in the e-Archives
- Hatfield and McCoy records - Scanned images from various sources that document the historic feud and the families involved, including correspondence and reports from the papers of Governor Simon Buckner, court records resulting from criminal charges brought against some of the feud participants, and entries in registers from the state penitentiary which cover the incarceration of several of the feudists.
- Confederate Pension records - Scanned images of the pension records are retrievable by pensioner/veteran’s name, home county, application number, military unit and date.
- Governor's Office website archives - Records of the governor such as speeches, photographs, press releases, inauguration and derby documents, as well as periodic snapshots of the governor’s web site are presented as they appeared on the original web site.