Bryant's Station and the Memorial Proceedings Held on Its Site Under the Auspices of the Lexington Chapter, D. A. R., August the 18th, 1896, in Honor of Its Heroic Mothers and Daughters, Volume 12
Reuben Thomas Durrett, Mrs. Elizabeth Slaughter Bassett Scott, Henry Thompson Stanton, George Washington Ranck, Bennett Henderson Young, Daughters of the American Revolution. Kentucky State Society. Lexington Chapter
J. P. Morton, printers, 1897 - Blue Licks, Battle of the, Ky., 1782 - 277 pages
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APPENDIX army attack August battle besieged Blue Licks Boone's Boone's Station Boonesborough Bradford brave British Bryan's Station Bryant's buffalo trace cabins Caldwell Captain Cave Johnson Clark command corn courage Craig creek Daniel Boone Daughters Doctor Durrett Elijah Craig Elkhorn Ellis enemy escaped expedition Fayette County feet Filson Club fire force garrison George Governor Harrison Haldimand heroic historians history of Kentucky Honorable horses hundred Indians James John Filson John Todd Johnson Kentucky killed Kinkead land Levi Todd Lexington Chapter Lincoln County Logan Louisville Major McBride McGary memorial miles militia morning mothers night officers Ohio party pioneers Ranck retreat Reuben Reverend rifles river Rogers Ruddle's Ruddles savages settlement settlers side siege began siege of Bryant's Simon Girty spring Stephen Trigg Suggett Thomas tomahawk Tomlinson trees Trigg tucky Virginia Calendar Virginia State Papers Volume walls warriors wife William Bryan women wounded Wyandots