Zane's Trace

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Zane's Trace is a frontier road constructed under the direction of Col. Ebenezer Zane through the Northwest Territory of the United States, in what is now the state of Ohio. Many portions were based on traditional Native American trails
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=== Background ===
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zane%27s_Trace Zane's Trace] is a frontier road constructed under the direction of Col. Ebenezer Zane through the Northwest Territory of the United States, in what is now the state of Ohio. Many portions were based on traditional Native American trails.
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=== Other Wiki Pages ===
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*[[United States Overland Travel 1784 to 1839, Zanes Trace, Natchez Trace (National Institute)]]
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*Many of the [[:Category:US Migration Trails and Roads|US Migration Trails and Roads]]
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Zane's Trace, Cumberland Gap.jpg

Background

Zane's Trace is a frontier road constructed under the direction of Col. Ebenezer Zane through the Northwest Territory of the United States, in what is now the state of Ohio. Many portions were based on traditional Native American trails.

Other Wiki Pages