Bledsoe Lick

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Bledsoe's Station - History - Early Exploration
... thousands of years, the mineral springs at Bledsoe's Lick attracted buffalo and other large animals, and subsequently drew Native American hunters to the area ... Native Americans were hunting around Bledsoe's Lick as early as 12,000 years ago during the Paleo-Indian period, and camped sporadically in the area throughout the ... the Upper Cumberland in 1771 with a larger group of hunters— among them Isaac Bledsoe— and collected several thousand skins ...
Bledsoe's Station - Bledsoe's Fort Historical Park - Historical Features At Bledsoe's Fort Historical Park
... Bledsoe's Station site — the site of Bledsoe's Station was excavated by Middle Tennessee State University in the late 1990s ... — Hugh Rogan's stone cottage was built a few miles north of Bledsoe's Lick around 1800 ... was originally located a few miles north of Bledsoe's Lick and later dismantled and moved to the park ...

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