1934

Willard Rouse Jillson, PIONEER KENTUCKY: AN OUTLINE OF ITS EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT, ITS EARLY CARTOGRAPHY AND PRIMITIVE GEOGRAPHY COUPLED WITH A BRIEF PRESENTATION OF THE PRINCIPAL TRAILS, TRACES, FORTS, STATIONS, SPRINGS, LICKS, FORDS, AND FERRIES USED PRIOR TO THE YEAR 1800 (Frankfort: The State Journal Company, 1934).

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Kentuck Explore 2
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DB and Finley entered KY via the Warriors Path and followed it to the great limestone plateau -- the Blue Grass Country -- of northern central Kentucky. Here, at Pilot's Knob and the ruins of Eskippakithiki the Warrior's Path led further north to the Ohio. The great Buffalo path ("Alanant-o-wamiowee") led to the northwest to Big Bone Lick, thence to the mouth of Licking River. JILLSON7:55

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