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In 1992, the Association expanded its preservation efforts to include the development of Bledsoe's Fort Historical Park -- a nearly 80-acre county park which includes: the archaeological location of Isaac Bledsoe's 1780 fort and the restored Nathanial Parker cabin.



By Artist David Wright
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NOTE:

PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY done at Hawthorn Hill,
or Bledsoe's Lick Historical Park now requires a permit.
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Local

The history

Preserving 12,000 Years of History and Heritage Since March 10, 1970 For almost three decades, the Bledsoe's Lick Historical Association has pursued the exciting and challenging task of integrating the preservation of important archaeological and historic sites with the growth, progress and economic development of Sumner County. Named for the mineral springs and licks so prominent in regional history and prehistory. --------