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1. On October 11, 1792, Kentucky officially became a state, joining the United States as the 15th state. The state's name comes from the Native American word "Ken-tah-ten," which means "land of tomorrow."

2. On October 11, 1862, the historic Battle of Perryville was fought in central Kentucky during the Civil War. The battle was the largest fought on Kentucky soil and resulted in a Union victory that helped keep Kentucky in the Union.

3. In 1975, on October 11, the Kentucky Wildcats football team achieved one of the most memorable victories in program history. The Wildcats defeated the #4 ranked Penn State Nittany Lions 22-6 in front of a home crowd in Lexington. The game is known as the "Superstorm Bowl" as it was played during a massive storm that caused flooding in the area.

4. On October 11, 1984, the Kentucky Opera premiered the opera "Harriet, The Woman Called Moses" by composer Thea Musgrave. The opera tells the story of Harriet Tubman, the famous conductor of the Underground Railroad who helped guide slaves to freedom.

5. On October 11, 1992, the Kentucky State Park's system celebrated their 50th anniversary. The state park system was established in 1942 with the opening of Natural Bridge State Resort Park and now includes 49 parks throughout the state, attracting millions of visitors each year.

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