Creelsboro and the Cumberland: A Living History is a one-hour documentary that examines the rich culture heritage of a rural community along the Cumberland River in Russell County, Kentucky. Academic research, oral histories, and family photographs are combined with original artwork and aerial video for a compelling look at the valley’s history, and the community’s intimate connection to the Cumberland River.

The program follows Janie-Rice Brother, Principal Scholar and Architectural Historian, as she documents life in the Creelsboro Rural Historic District, which extends for about ten miles along the Cumberland River from Wolf Creek Dam to Rockhouse Natural Bridge in south-central Kentucky. Creelsboro and the Cumberland: A Living History is the seventh episode in The Kentucky Archaeology & Heritage Series, which is produced by Voyageur Media Group for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey.