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Hatton Lukens Park
Harveysburg, Ohio

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Hatton Lukens Park
Warren County Park District

created in 1989 in memory of Eleanor Hatton and Miriam Hatton Lukens

by
Arne H Trelvik
for
Dallas Bogan
28 January 2006

Bullskin Trace

Approximately 1/2 mile east of this point lies the Bullskin Trace. It was an Indian trail that led from the Ohio River to Detroit, Michigan. It was used by such notables as Daniel Boone, Simon Kenton and Tecumseh. It was designated a public highway February 4, 1807, and named the Xenia State Road. It was used during the War of 1812 to transport supplies and troops from the Ohio River to the Great Lakes area. It was also part of the Underground Railroad System.

Dallas R. Bogan
The Warren County Historical Society

by
Arne H Trelvik
for
Dallas Bogan
28 January 2006

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