By Alicestyne Turley
A suite of essays discussing African americans in Kentucky and their courting with Abraham Lincoln and his policies.
Part I: Abraham Lincoln, America's "Agent of Change"
Part II: "The Lincolns, Slavery and starting of the West"
Part III: Kentucky African american citizens And the Constitution
Part IV: Kentucky and the Civil battle
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Vernon. Part of the old road was destroyed during the construction of interstate highway I75. West of Mt. S. 150, and following Boone's Fork of the Dick's (now Dix) River to Brodhead. S. 150 into Crab Orchard. From this point, travelers took county roads to their destinations. One of the most frequently used routes northward from Crab Orchard led to Danville and Harrodsburg, then to the salt works at Bullitt's Lick, and finally to Louisville. Another road to Louisville from Harrodsburg ran north along the town fork of Salt River past McAfee's Station to Hammons Creek, then across Big Benson Creek to Squire Boone's Station, and westward past Lynn's Station, Asturgus's Station, the Dutch Station, Floyd's Station, and the Spring Station.
After studies by the National Park Service, President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 11, 1940, signed a law authorizing the creation of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. " The original Wilderness Road was not paved, but logs were added later in some sections as a surface material; one such section of ―corduroy‖ road near Wildcat Mountain could still be seen as late as 1970. The log surfaces were probably installed by the Union Army during the Civil War to support artillery and heavily loaded army wagons.
New York: Vintage Books/The Library of America, 1992. , Jr. The Last Best Hope of Earth. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1993. Paludan, Phillip Shaw. The Presidency of Abraham Lincoln. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 1994. Electronic Websites Leip, David. S. Presidential Elections. Web. 6 Jan. 2010. org/>. 32 Part II: ―The Lincolns, Slavery and Opening of the West‖ ―It may seem strange that any men should dare to ask a just God’s assistance in wringing their bread from the sweat of other men’s faces, but let us judge not, that we be not judged.