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-======The Birth of Tourism at Big Bone======+======Tourism at Big Bone======
  
 The first visitors to [[Big Bone Lick]], of both the human and animal variety, were drawn there by the large salt deposits. ​ The salt had attracted early Native Americans, explorers and prehistoric animals. ​ The fossilized remains of these creatures were well preserved in the bogs surrounding the mineral springs, and have been a fascination to many since their discovery. The first visitors to [[Big Bone Lick]], of both the human and animal variety, were drawn there by the large salt deposits. ​ The salt had attracted early Native Americans, explorers and prehistoric animals. ​ The fossilized remains of these creatures were well preserved in the bogs surrounding the mineral springs, and have been a fascination to many since their discovery.
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   * Town of [[big_bone|Big Bone]]   * Town of [[big_bone|Big Bone]]
   * [[big_bone_lick|Big Bone Lick]]   * [[big_bone_lick|Big Bone Lick]]
-  * [[Articles_of_Interest]]+  * [[Articles of Interest]]
  
  
the_development_of_tourism_at_big_bone.txt · Last modified: 2014/05/02 10:14 by hdelaney