Daniel Boone: Wilderness Scout 1926

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 312 pages
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1926. The life story and true adventures of the great hunter Long Knife who first blazed the wilderness trail through the Indian's country to Kentucky. This is an inspiring book, one which any father should be glad to place in the hands of his growing son. Not only does the story of Daniel Boone throw light on the early history of the country, but in inculcates those qualities that make for real manhood.

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The book gave insight to the demographic conditions of the time more so than the life of Daniel Boone- still interesting. Read full review

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Author Stewart Edward White was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan on March 12, 1873. He received a degree in Philosophy from the University of Michigan in 1895 and a M. A. from Columbia University in 1903. He wrote numerous books, articles, and short stories about his experiences in mining and lumber camps and on exploration trips. Some of his best known novels include The Claim Jumpers, The Blazed Trail, Gold, The Gray Dawn, and The Rose Dawn. He died in San Francisco, California on September 18, 1946.

Daugherty was born and raised in Michigan. He served as a Marine combat infantryman in Vietnam, is a former police officer who was assigned to SWAT teams in metro Detroit, and was employed as a private investigator.

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