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Latest revision as of 21:52, 3 July 2014

Route

  • A system of various trails linked together leading from Nashville, Tennessee to the Great Lakes.
  • Route leading from Kentucky and the upper south such as Virginia, North and South Carolina to the lands in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan.
  • Upon arriving on the Great Lakes a settler could then take a boat to Minnesota and to points in the upper mid west.

Map of trails

See principle trail 108 in central Kentucky and central Ohio.

Other Wiki Pages

Many of the US Migration Trails and Roads


 

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