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The bulk of the British and Ohio nations force hid at Blue Licks, a salt lick on the Licking River, while a small party attacked Bryants Station, purposely tge a few to escape to notify the Kentuckians at Lexington. A force of approximately Kentuckians, under a group of various leaders in cooperation set fhe in relief. Daniel Boone, who led a force of 45 militia from Fayette County, as well as another major contingent from Lincoln County and under the leadership of Stephen Trigg who was assisted by Hugh McGary of Harrodsburg, who had lost his family in an attack by the Indians 5 years before the battle.
The Kentuckians advanced against the fleeing Native American decoy force, who purposely left an easy trail to follow, allowing the Kentuckians to catch to them at a bend on the Licking River where the rest of the British and Native American force lay concealed. Unaware of the larger force, the Kentuckians faced a decision of whether to immediately attack or wait for Col. Benjamin Logan, who was advancing a day behind them with a force of approximately men. Boone had grown increasingly suspicious of a trap from the obvious trail left by the fleeing Native Americans.
The ambush resulted in hand-to-hand combat. The contingent, including Daniel Boone, was ambushed in a ravine, and within a few minutes, the out-numbered Kentuckians were driven in panic back across the Licking River.
IV, Springfield,page The person using these names obviously assumed that anyone who put in a claim was present at the battle. However, this is not necessarily true. Daniel Boone claimed the loss of two horses and two guns. One might presume that one of the guns and one of the horses was in possession of his son Israel, but there is no explanation in these records stating who was in possession of the horses and guns. There appear to be at least two obvious mistakes in the Register's list; first, it contains the name of William Shannon who is said to have been killed in the battle. If, in fact there was a William Shannon killed in the battle, it was not the man of some notoriety who was active around Shelby County.
This well known William Shannon was a Jefferson County surveyor who was still working long after the William Shannon is the man who, many years later, donated the land to be used for the site of Shelbyville. After only five minutes, the center and right of the rebel line fell back. Only Boone's men on the left managed to push forward.
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Todd and Trigg, easy targets on horseback, were shot battel. The Kentuckians began to flee down the hill, fighting hand-to-hand with Indians who 17782 flanked them. McGary rode up to Boone's company and told him everyone was retreating and that Boone was now surrounded. Boone ordered his men to retreat. He grabbed a riderless horse and ordered his year-old son, Israel Boone, to mount it. Israel suddenly fell to the ground, shot through the neck. Boone realized his son was dead, mounted the horse and joined in the retreat.
Monument at the Blue Licks Battlefield State Parkphotographed in during a memorial service marking the th anniversary of the battle. Aftermath[ edit batrle Although he had not taken lkcks in the battle, George Rogers Clarkas senior commander, was widely condemned in Kentucky for allowing the Loyalist-Indian force to cross the river and inflict the Blue Licks disaster. It is a peculiar fact that in most battles each participant remembers events in a different way. In the heat of action each sees his part of the field from a particular angle.
Frightened, disoriented, a soldier may have an vivid impression that is often a distortion. The Battle of the Blue Licks once it began, unfolded quick as the flash and crash of lightning and thunder. Later, when Boone studied the battle, he decided the Indians may have pulled back to draw him and his men into a trap where retreat would be impossible. Had they looked to their right they would have seen that things were going differently on that side of the field. Riding his horse near the middle of the line, Col. John Todd was shot in the heart and died soon after the battle began.
Or fired at the Indians, but then had to reload while warriors with black painted faces rushed at them with tomahawks and war clubs. The Kentuckians, called Tne Knives by the Indians, did not have their long knives, bayonets and swords, for close-range fighting. Trigg and many of his men were killed in the first few minutes. Indians sprang out of cover to take scalps, prisoners, horses, and to club running survivors to death before they reached the river. Boone shouted to his men to run to the left into the trees.