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Sunday, January 29, 2006


During the administration of President George Washington, the pioneers began to come to Lebanon. In the early 1800s, Broadway and Main Streets were laid out. There was a bawdy-house on Broadway, and because of high amount of traffic, the street was ordered to be "six poles wide," so that a stage-coach with six horses, or sometimes, four horses and two mules, could turn in front of it. The first settler to Lebanon was in fact Ichabod Corwin, a distiller who hastily left Kentucky when there was some confusion over whiskey taxes due the territorial government.


At 2:44 AM, Blogger Frank Dux said...

This is very interesting Markus! I love history, and if I'm honest, I don't know very much about Lebanon. I will continue reading your blog. I think it has potential!

And can you tell me how you celebrated Mozart fifty years ago? I would love to know!


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