Chronicles of Boone County

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 [[Boone County]] was home to a budding steamboat industry in the [[1820s]]. ​ A total of four steamboats were produced at [[Big Bone]] between [[1824]] and [[1827]], when the white oak timber gave out. [[Boone County]] was home to a budding steamboat industry in the [[1820s]]. ​ A total of four steamboats were produced at [[Big Bone]] between [[1824]] and [[1827]], when the white oak timber gave out.
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 +  * [[Transportation in Boone County]]
  
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 Ellis, Bob. “Early Steamboats Built at Big Bone Lick,” //​Enquirer//,​ 1 Jan 1963. Ellis, Bob. “Early Steamboats Built at Big Bone Lick,” //​Enquirer//,​ 1 Jan 1963.
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