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A history of the Cumberland Gap, the Wilderness Road that was the route taken by thousands of immigrants and Atlantic seaboard residents to lands in Tennessee, Virginia, and Kentucky. Plenty of maps make following the events from 1644 to the 1940s reasonably easy. A labor of love for Kincaid, The Wilderness Road is a well-written book on a fascinating subject.
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I enjoyed this book about the history of the Wilderness Road which went from Southwest Virginia into Kentucky and passed very close to my home here near Ft. Chiswell, VA. In 1775, Daniel Boone and ... Read full review
CHAPTER PAGE 1 DISCOVERY OF THE TRAIL
SETTLING THE GREAT VALLEY
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Wilderness Road - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Wilderness Road was the principal route used by settlers to reach ... The Wilderness Road was steep and rough, and could only be traversed on foot or ...
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The Wilderness Road led settlers to the Daniel Boone Trail which led through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky or they traveled south along the Great Warrior ...
JSTOR: The Wilderness Road
This volume is the fourth of a series of special studies on the faci- nating subject of the Wilderness Road. Hulbert and Speed published their works in the ...
The Wilderness Road by Robert L. Kincaid at Questia Online Library
Read the complete book The Wilderness Road by becoming a questia.com member. ... THE WILDERNESS ROAD The American Trails Series Edited by JAY MONAGHAN The ...
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Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail
If she is correct in this assertion, then how did the Wilderness Road become ... Some sources agree and place the start of the Wilderness Road in Virginia ...
Martin's Station - The Wilderness Road
Settlers on the Wilderness Road The Wilderness Road, which was first known as Boone's Trace, was and remains one of the most famous and significant pathways ...
Craig church migration to Kentucky
The migration of Craig's company was the forerunner of other large companies moving into the West on the Wilderness Road after the close of the Revolution. ...
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Migration Bibliography: Middle Atlantic & Trans-Appalachian
Connelley, Thomas L. "Gateway to Kentucky: the Wilderness Road, 1748-1792. ... The Wilderness Road; a Description of the Routes of Travel by which the ...
Rose Hill Virginia: Pioneers
“The Wilderness Road” by Robert L. Kincaid originally published in 1947 ... By 1780 it was “Boone Trace,” then “The Wilderness Road,” over which Boone and ...
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Selected and Annotated Bibliography On the Appalachian Dulcimer ...
Kincaid, Robert L. The Wilderness Road. Bobbs Merrill 1947, reprinted by several other publishers and currently in print. This is the basic work. ...
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