Along the way a pleasant reminder of an almost forgotten past is that of the Wilderness Road Weavers busy at loom and wheel.
Boone makes the "Wilderness Road," and builds the fort at Boonesboro'.
This, and patrolling the Wilderness Road and other militia duties, made up Tom's life.
Three years had passed, and along the Wilderness Road was swelling a fuller tide of emigration, hot with the fever of the west.
They came over the Wilderness Road that Boone and his men had made.
For others, now, the paths he had hewn and made safe; for Boone once more the Wilderness Road.
Logan and his forest rangers, like knights of old, guarded the Wilderness Road.
Your grandmothers traveled their Wilderness Road, and you're travelin' yours, and one's as hard as the other.
Twenty-five years must we be cut off when the Wilderness Road is thronged with packtrains, when the Ohio is black with flatboats?
The itineraries of early travelers describe the Wilderness Road in definite terms.