The Epic History of Mammoth Caves, Kentucky 

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Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky is a natural wonder with a rich past.

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The cave has seen human habitation for over 6,000 years.

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Mammoth Cave yielded an important component of gunpowder, which had historical significance in the War of 1812.

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Stephen Bishop, an enslaved African American, is among Mammoth Cave's most historic figures.

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Mammoth Cave's tourism business began in the 19th century.

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Stalactites and stalagmites are among the spectacular geological features of the cave that make it unique.

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A rich environment can be found in the park surrounding Mammoth Cave. It consists of hills, rivers and forests.

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Mammoth Cave offers a variety of led attractions to accommodate a variety of interests and skill levels.

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The cave network is an important site for academic study. Its geology, hydrology and paleontology are all studied by scientists.

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The Echo River, which flows through part of the cave, is an underground river.

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