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Before Kentucky became a commonwealth in 1792, this area was part of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Many settlements throughout the wilderness had been established. These stations or forts were home to early pioneers until more permanent homes could be built. One of these early settlements was Harbison’s Station, also known as Harbison’s Fort or Crossroads, located between Springfield and Harrod’s Fort. Settled between 1776 and 1780 by James Harbison, Daniel Ewing, Samuel Potts, Samuel Tucker and Thomas Walker, Jr.., it was later known as Chaplin Hills.
The early settlers chose a strategic place with a spring providing fresh water for the pioneers and were chosen for the location of their stockade. It was their refuge in case of Indian attacks. The spring’s outlet to the Chaplin River provided a tunnel through which the settlers could escape to safety in case of Indian attack .This land was situated in the traditional hunting grounds of the Indians. This property later became the property of William Huston Parks, and is the location of the historic Karrick-Parks House.