The Knobstone Trail (KT) is Indiana's longest footpath - a 58-mile backcountry-hiking trail passing through Clark State Forest, Elk Creek Public Fishing Area, and Jackson-Washington State Forest. These state resource properties contain more than 42,000 acres of rugged, forested land in Clark, Scott and Washington counties in southern Indiana. The trail extends from Deam Lake, just north of S.R. 60 in Clark County, to Delaney Park, just east of S.R. 135 in Washington County.
Salt making in Arkansas can be traced to the Caddo Indians c.1400CE, & played a critical role in the history & politics of Arkansas ~ Top: A 5.5 ft 200-gal salt kettle at the Clark County Courthouse; presumably used in salt production from water of the Saline Bayou one mile east of Arkadelphia by John Hemphill in Arkansas Territory c.1814. Bottom: Salt production by a Sevier County resident as late as 1940.