Another name for the bledsoas lick in tennessee
History of Sumner County, TN: Bledsoe's Creek, Part Four - Bledsoe Under Siege
Bledsoe's Station, also known as Bledsoe's Fort, was an 18th-century, fortified, frontier, white settlement located in what is now Castalian Springs, Sumner County, Tennessee. Other names, Isaac Bledsoe, Jr. The spring that furnished the minerals for Bledsoe's Lick flows at the base of the hill a few hundred yards east of.
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Castalian Springs, Tennessee
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Castalian Springs is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in In the early 19th century, it was known locally as Bledsoe's Lick, and was the location of that protects the site of the 18th-century Bledsoe's Station and several other historic structures Geographic Names Information System.
Description:In the soon to be published text-Doublehead: Last Chickamauga Cherokee Chief, many raids will be discussed by date and place in chronological order. This is just one of the many raids made by the Chickamauga that will be include in the book. When Bledsoe came within two miles of the broad salt lick later named for him, his horse dashed into a galloping buffalo herd. He told Casper Mansker that the lick was covered with a moving mass of buffaloes, which he could not estimate by hundreds, but by thousands Belue, Isaac and his brother Anthony came back in a few years and established a settlement near the lick.