There was no success at Hendersonville, and the goods were taken to St. Geneviève.
How long the Hendersonville enterprise lasted we do not know.
Audubon purchased a fine horse and started over the prairies on his return trip to Hendersonville.
T'other side of that you'll find the mud pike as runs to Hendersonville.
But Audubon soon became discouraged with the place and longed to be back in Hendersonville with his family.
Audubon continued to live at Hendersonville, his pecuniary means much reduced.
Hendersonville, though but a moderate sized town, seemed to the mountain boy to contain all the world's wonders.
He found the old field without difficulty, and not far beyond he struck the Hendersonville pike as the moonshiner had intimated.
He arrived at last at Hendersonville, and soon went into business with a brother-in-law at New Orleans.
Gathering a few hundred dollars, he purchased some goods in Louisville, and returned to Hendersonville.