Blue lick rd history
The Kentucky General Assembly, in , passed an act to incorporate the Blue Lick Turnpike Road Company. This Act is transcribed below, and is taken from.
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Blue Lick Road Bridge Site. Coral Ridge Road parallels the CSX railroad line, running on the west side of the tracks from north of Brooks to Gap in Knob where it.
Description:The other, which was the main road, went on to Harrodsburg, then to Brashear's Station at the mouth of Floyds Fork on Salt River, then to the Saltworks at Bullitts Licks, three miles west of Shepherdsville, and finally, to the Falls of the Ohio, or Louisville, where it stopped. Though it was a. Licks were generally favorite hunting grounds for the early woodsmen, because buffalo, elk and deer congregated at these spots to lick the salt-impregnated clay. It told the story of the establishment of the first permanent settlement in Kentucky -- Ft. The modern Poplar Level Road, which runs nearby, probably derives its name from this ancient natural feature. One fork went to Boonseboro.