Moving West

On The Indian Path Called
"Athawominee"

EARLY SETTLERS SAILED THROUGH
TRAILS | TRIALS | STATIONS | AND MIGRATIONS

FROM NEW ENGLAND COLONIES TO THE DEEP SOUTH LAND GRANTS
CROSSING THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS VIA INDIAN TRAILS
THROUGH THE CUMBERLAND GAP INTO THE FRONTIER OF BOONE'S KENTUCKY
SETTLERS FOLLOWED THE INDIAN PATH CALLED "ATHAWOMINEE"
TO THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER

A WESTWARD MOVEMENT INTO THE UNKNOWN

Deborah Pettiet Tollett
Site Author | Surname Researcher | Historian

Dedicated with love and memory to Joy Lee Pettiet, my father.

Please feel free to email me with comments or questions.

Introduction
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Early History
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