They had to have it to salt down their beef and wild meat. Select another chart from above. Out of 1, acres he lost all except a little over Search is synced to your mobile and tablet accounts Get instant notifications of new listings View new listings from anywhere Get Zillow Mobile apps. Whatever creatures originally made them, the buffalo used them by the thousands and the tens of thousands in their annual migrations. If you, the reader, have an interest in any particular part of our county history, and wish to contribute to this effort, use the form on our Contact Us page to send us your comments about this, or any Bullitt County History page.
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Several of them are still running, but the deepest and most dangerous of these holes was filled up with logs from a cabin nearby after a cow had fallen in it and drowned. He was also the author of a novel, Tidewater Sprig, that was largely set in present day Bullitt County. Summonses went out all over the state from the Bullitt Circuit Court for the few remaining settlers who had been familiar with the trace in the early days: We welcome your comments and suggestions. Robert Emmett McDowell Sr. Boone had killed a buffalo at Bullitts Lick and they were returning to the Falls with the meat.
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James Francis Moore's cabin near the Fishpools. The content is copyright by Robert E. Here Walker Daniel, first attorney general of Kentucky, had been killed by savages. Search results are sorted by a combination of factors to give you a set of choices in response to your search criteria. Add to mybook Remove from mybook Added to your car collection!
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Description: These buffalo traces came from all directions, from the Bluegrass, from the Barrens, from Severns Valley, converging on Bullitts Lick like spokes. The other fork, the main buffalo trace, continued straight on along what is now the Preston Street Road. About a quarter of a mile down the branch from the Fishpools, Col. This tavern had a notorious reputation as a hangout for outlaws, who preyed on travelers going through the Wetwoods.