References in periodicals archive ?
The most logical route starts and ends in Lexington, hitting Cumberland Gap, Big South Fork, and Mammoth Cave in that order.
But the staff at Tennessee's Cumberland Gap National Historical Park enthusiastically greeted backhoes and earthmovers in spring 2001 because of what their arrival signaled.
Following the Indian trail, they cross the mountains at the Cumberland Gap and enter what is now Kentucky.
Skiffle is essentially folk music and blues set to a lively backbeat, and Donegan launched the boom--essentially inventing the musical genre--in the 1950s with hits such as "Rock Island Line," "Cumberland Gap" and "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor (On the Bedpost Overnight)."
They left Delaware for western Virginia, they crossed the Cumberland Gap, they rode on a barge from Paducah to Pike County.
In 1999, TCL and one of its affiliates, the Campbell Outdoor Recreation Association, held a series of meetings to assess and generate public support for releasing Wapiti elk into the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park and surrounding region.
But drivers are still waiting for improvements to the notorious "Cumberland Gap - the stretch of dual carriageway.between the M6 at Carlisle and the Scottish Border.
comm.) caught it readily in Robinson Forest and in near-by Cumberland Gap National Historical Park (Barbour et al., 1979) from the 1950s to the early 1980s.
Charles, Mo., U.S.) Early American frontiersman and legendary hero who helped blaze a trail through Cumberland Gap, a notch in the Appalachian Mountains near the juncture of Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
In 1767, for instance, the American pioneer Daniel Boone (ca.1734-1820) passed through the Cumberland Gap into what is now Kentucky and settled there.
Yellow Creek begins at Fern Lake, a picture-postcard scene nestled up in the greenery of the mountains near the Cumberland Gap. It then drops several hundred feet over three miles into the Middlesboro basin, an ancient meteor crater that was once mostly filled with wetlands.
Daniel Boone began blazing the Wilderness Road, from Fort Chiswell in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, southwest then west through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky and to the Ohio R., where Boone established a fort and terminal station he named Boonesborough.

Full browser ?