There are some new details of Squire Boone’s Painted Stone settlement, which helped establish Shelby County and what happened in the days following the Long Run Massacre and Floyd’s Defeat.
By Ron Van Stockum
Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at 6:34 pm (Updated: April 13, 7:50 am)
Since the publication of – in both newspaper and book formats – my columns on Squire Boone, whose Painted Stone Station along Clear Creek was the forerunner of present-day Shelbyville, I have received additional information relating to his life and times.
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