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Interesting childhood fact about Abraham Lincoln!

Interesting childhood fact about Abraham Lincoln!

According to myth, Nolin River was reportedly named when a bracket of woodsmen camped on a hummock near the river and a member of the hunting party, Benjamin Lynn, became astray. The narrative continues as the rest of the gatherers returned to the hummock where someone said "Here is the knoll, but no Lynn!" The lost huntsman was later found alive, spry in appearance, and well encamped at nearby Lynn Camp Creek. The United States Board on Geographic Names settled on "Nolin River" as the stream's name in 1933. Another interesting fact is, as a child, Abraham Lincoln swam there!πŸŒ²πŸ‡πŸ•πŸΉ
Nolin River Lake, Kentucky!

Nolin River Lake, Kentucky!

This is our astonishing laser engraved and precision cut Map of Nolin River Lake in Kentucky! How admirable the pulchritudinous scenery of it all! In Edmonson County, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dam caused the formation of Nolin River Lake. Nolin Lake is a man-made reservoir lake known for its idiosyncratic blue/green water. Ready to view the wildlife with me?

Year Built: 1963

Summer pool: 5,795 Surface Acres

Winter pool: 2,890 Surface Acres

Named for: Early American explorer Benjamin Lynn. Lynn became separated from his friends and could not be found for several days. Each night, they returned from the search reporting "No Lynn." The river at which they camped became known as the Nolin.Β Β πŸžπŸš΅β€β™€οΈ

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