Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at 3:35 pm (Updated: December 24, 11:45 am)
The Delaware Indians called them the “Allegewa”and there is evidence of their presence in Owen County long ago. The remains of a stone tower, believed to have been built by these people, is perched atop a steep incline along Severn Creek.
From its lofty height a great stretch of the Kentucky River along with the adjoining bottom lands can be seen.
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