Can be found here at the Kentucky Secretary of State.
It's zoomable, so you can see the details. We see Fayette County, Jefferson County, and Lincoln County.http://www.sos.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/C7A3 ... sonMap.jpg
Ther'es also a map of Kentucky Stations. Seems to be quite early. But I don't see a date on it. http://www.sos.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/19E0 ... ations.jpg
There's also a nice old map of the original 13 colonies as of 1783 showing their land claims, all the way to the Mississippi.http://www.sos.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/3855 ... lonies.jpg
I was reading today the book American history and its geographical conditions
which discusses how the geography of the Alleghenies blocked movement as well as conditioned westward movement. It's why NY wasn't able to extend itself westward, and how the original settlers came from more southern states: Virginia and the Carolinas. It was this book that mentioned Filson's map as well as the 80-90 cabins that made up Bashville.
No mention of distilling, but lots on our favorite rivers and places, mention of the expansion by following the buffalo traces and salt licks, and talk where some of these maps might come in handy. Chapter 4 is where it starts getting interesting.