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The Battle of Blue Licks, fought on August 19, , was one of the last battles of the American Revolutionary War. The battle occurred ten months after Lord Cornwallis's surrender at Yorktown, which had effectively ended the war in the east. On a hill next to the Licking River in what is now Robertson County, Kentucky.
Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park
Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park - Kentucky State Parks
Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park is a park located near Mount Olivet, Kentucky in Robertson and Nicholas counties. The park encompasses acres (
Description:Boone felt compelled to go along. After only five minutes, the center and right of the rebel line fell back. Boone ordered his men to retreat. The remains of a buffalo path at the Blue Licks Battlefield, The pioneers — Daniel Boone among them — were inclined to wait for reinforcements before pursuing the enemy, and although under the general leadership of Major John Todd, Major Hugh McGary of the Lincoln County contingent made a brash and fateful decision to pursue immediately after an insult for being timid from Todd , engaging Caldwell at Blue Licks. In response, Clark launched a retaliatory raid across the Ohio River in November