For several weeks they lived thus, until they grew stronger and traveled to the Licking River.
At the point they had reached the Licking River empties into the Ohio.
It was Jo Stinger who uttered the exclamation, and he was facing the Licking River.
The valley of the Licking River, along whose banks many thriving settlements had commenced, was their point of destination.
Opposite him was the mouth of the Licking River as it flowed north into the Ohio.
Their path led almost directly north, to the Licking River, and then followed down its banks towards the Ohio.
They fled with the utmost precipitation, seeking to gain the mountainous region which bordered upon the Licking River.
Fort Bridgman faced the Licking River on the west, the stockade extending eastward.
He desired to express in the name of the future city the fact that it was situated opposite the mouth of the Licking River.
Captain Clark was at the mouth of Licking River and about to set out on an expedition and needed men.