A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett of the State of Tennessee

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U of Nebraska Press, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 211 pages
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In his own inimitable style, Davy Crockett describes his earliest days in Tennessee, his two marriages, his career as an Indian fighter, his bear hunts, and his electioneering.
 

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User Review  - fulner - LibraryThing

This audio book was bad. First off disk one included the eBook on it, in addition to the traditional CD for audio. This made it impossible to play in my car. So I had to rip it on my PC and then burn ... Read full review

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User Review  - GlennBell - LibraryThing

Truly the worst autobiography that I have ever read. The commentary provided is without context, is trivial in nature, and poorly written. If you wanted to learn something about Davy Crockett you will ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
x
Section 2
xvi
Section 3
xxiv
Section 4
xxxviii
Section 5
xlii
Section 6
3
Section 7
5
Section 8
6
Section 9
13
Section 10
29
Section 11
45
Section 12
57
Section 13
71
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About the author (1987)

Paul Andrew Hutton introduces this Bison Book edition of Davy Crockett's own story. Hutton, a professor of history at the University of New Mexico, is the author of the prize-winning Phil Sheridan and His Army, also a Bison Book.

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