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Daniel Boone

$12.95

The history of the legend of Daniel Boone, this is the story of his heritage, youth, and growth to manhood, and of his travels to far-off places. His family helped settle western Pennsylvania, northwestern North Carolina, and of course Kentucky, for which he is known far and wide, and ending in his lifetime in Wisconsin. Based upon the writings of Lyman Copeland Draper, whose work on Daniel Boone was never fully published, this book describes Boone’s lust for hunting game which drove him to travel far beyond his home grounds. His many harrowing escapes from the Indians are described, as well his exploits as a frontiersman, scout, father, husband, military positions and even politician and statesman. 6x9, softcover, 161 pages, illustrated, indexed. ISBN: 9781935573616.