October 7, 2017
Daniel Boone and the Revolutionary War in Central Kentucky
Join us as we retrace the steps of Kentucky’s most famous explorer, Daniel Boone. He was an American pioneer, explorer, woodsman, and frontiersman, whose exploits made him one of the first folk heroes of the United States. Against the backdrop of the American Revolution, we will learn about an ordinary man living in extraordinary times. Daniel Boone was destined to settle and defend the beautiful, but often fiercely unforgiving wilderness of Kentucky that became known as the “dark and bloody ground”.
The tour will be led by noted author and lecturer Kent Masterson Brown. Kent is a native of Lexington and has practiced Law for several years in Lexington and Washington, D.C. He is a co-founder of Witnessing History, LLC that produces television and DVD’S on the Civil War and other aspects of American History so as to bring to life the people and events that shaped our nation.
Cost is only $40.00 per person
We will ride on a chartered bus leaving COS at 7:30 am and returning around 5:30 pm
The itinerary includes Daniel Boone’s cabin, Blue Licks and other places
The cost includes a buffet lunch at Blue Licks State Park
Space is limited to the first 45 persons
Make checks payable to Church of the Savior. Give payment directly to Joe Blackburn
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