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The earliest accounts of Blue Licks describe it as a place where animals gathered to lick the salt deposits flowing from the springs in the area. The Reverend James Smith provides this account in his —97 diary:. As you approach the Licks, at the distance of 4 or 5 miles from it, you begin to perceive the change. The earth seems to be worn away; the roots of the trees lie naked and bare; the rocks, forsaken of the earth that once covered them, lie naked on the neighboring hills, and roads of an amazing size, in all directions, unite at the Licks, as their common center. Here immense herds of buffalo used formerly to meet and with their fighting, scraping etc. Caldwell met stiff resistance, and after two days, retreated toward the Ohio River.
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Battle of Blue Licks
The Battle of Blue Licks | American Battlefield Trust
Please stay safe and call ahead to get the latest information. Located in Mt. Olivet in northeastern Kentucky, Blue Licks Battlefield is near the site where Daniel Boone and his men were captured by Shawnee Indians during a salt making expedition. The park has a lodge, cottages, and camping available for overnight guests to the park. There is also nearly 6 miles of trails open for hiking. The federally endangered Short's Goldenrod calls Blue Licks home and can be seen at the 15 acre nature preserve.
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Blue Licks State Park
The battle occurred ten months after Lord Cornwallis's surrender at Yorktown , which had effectively ended the war in the east. It was the last victory for the Loyalists and Indians during the frontier war. Although the main British army under Lord Cornwallis had surrendered at Yorktown in October , virtually ending the war in the east, fighting on the western frontier continued. This was one of the largest forces sent against American settlements during the war. The expedition was called off, however, when scouts reported that a force under George Rogers Clark , whom the Indians feared more than any other commander, was about to invade the Ohio Country from Kentucky.
The battle occurred ten months after Lord Cornwallis's surrender at Yorktown, which had effectively ended the war in the east. It was the worst defeat for the Kentuckians during the frontier war. The focus of this book is not to find and list the men and women who were present at Bryan Station or those at the battlefield, but I thought that combining and presenting what has already been published on this subject might be interesting to some readers. However, the author must confess that he has not personally conducted any extensive research on the subject, and only used secondary sources. One of these source should be used with caution.