Monday, January 21, 2008

Early Kentucky research

The Wilderness Trail was generally conceded to be the roughest, most disagreeable road on the continent. "The earliest newcomers had to literally clear a trail as they traveled with all their worldly goods, their children, and their hopes for the new frontier," according to Judy Rosella Edwards in her article, "And he knew Daniel Boone . . ." The article reviews the distribution of Kentucky land and suggests available resources.

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