From Ashland to Paducah, US Highway 60 courses through Kentucky's major urban areas.

As a basic introduction, this map shows 1930 black population by county.

Douglass Park is Kentucky's oldest black urban park. Created in 1916, Douglass Park is still used today.

Among Kentucky's oldest & largest urban parks, the Olmsted parks are Lousiville's crown jewels.

For decades, black families have used Stuart Nelson Park for 8th of August festivals.

As Kentucky's only black state resort park, this place attracted families from many miles away to vacation.

View additonal maps and animations at outrageGIS Mapping, the artists who made these graphics.