I knew that he marched through Louisville, and through Bardstown on several occasions, so we headed through Lafayette, Indianapolis, and then Louisville.
The trees were beginning to turn as we drove south:
Here's the bridge at Louisville, as you enter Kentucky:
Once you enter Bardstown, you see lots of well-preserved early 19th century and even late 18th century buildings. These are on the main drag of town; I am sure that Samuel marched past some of these:
Every place has something for which it is famous, and Bardstown is no exception:
More fine mansions as we left town, although as Samuel reminded his diary, the curse of slavery hung over this beautiful land.