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===Route===
 
===Route===
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Trail running from Rockwood, Tennessee to Nashville, Tennessee.<ref>[http://www.geocities.com/dmfamilyworks/MT_page.htm See trail 33]</ref>
  
 
===Historical Background===
 
===Historical Background===
 
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This trail, which owes its name to early white settlers, branched from the Tennessee River, Great Lakes, and Ohio Trail in Roane County, TN.  The route was much used by the Cherokee in going from the region around the junction of the Clinch and Tennessee Rivers to the central portions of the Cumberland Valley.  See also Avery’s Trace. SOURCE: Meyer, William. E., Indian Trails of the Southeast,  Trail 26, p.833.
 
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===Links===
 
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*[http://www.greencounty.ky.gov/about/history/trails.htm First trails Green County, Kentucky]
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*[http://www.ucumberlands.edu/academics/history/files/vol7/ChuckDupier95.html Prehistoric Trails in the Upper Cumberland River Basin]
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*[http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.kentucky.tips/250/mb.ashx The Cumberland Trace]
 
===References===
 
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[[Category:Migration_Routes]][[Category:US Migration Trails and Roads]]
 
[[Category:Migration_Routes]][[Category:US Migration Trails and Roads]]

Revision as of 16:37, 23 February 2013

Route

Trail running from Rockwood, Tennessee to Nashville, Tennessee.[1]

Historical Background

This trail, which owes its name to early white settlers, branched from the Tennessee River, Great Lakes, and Ohio Trail in Roane County, TN. The route was much used by the Cherokee in going from the region around the junction of the Clinch and Tennessee Rivers to the central portions of the Cumberland Valley. See also Avery’s Trace. SOURCE: Meyer, William. E., Indian Trails of the Southeast, Trail 26, p.833.

Links

References