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Route

  • Trail leading from Nashville, Tennessee to Louisville, Kentucky.
  • At Louisville, a traveler could catch a river boat below the Falls of the Ohio to points west such as Saint Louis or continue north on the Mississippi to Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
  • A route traveled by many settlers from the upper south as such Virginia, North and South Carolina to the lands on Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Map

See trail number 31 in central Kentucky.


 

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