Daniel Boone, Volume 223, Issue 1
Waldman Publishing Corporation, 1995 - Frontier and pioneer life - 240 pages
From his earliest years, Daniel always looked west. For him, the land meant adventure and opportunity. Blazing trails, establishing settlements, and fighting for freedom, he made his way west with his family, building America as he went. Join Daniel on his spectacular journey across the wide, wild land he explored and settled for all of us.
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Chapter Page 1 Born in America
First Steps on the Trail
The Hunting Life
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Americans Appalachian Appalachian Mountains attack beaver began Blackfish Blue Ridge Mountains Boone children Boone family Boone's boys Braddock British brothers Callaway camp Cherokees Chief Blackfish colonists cougar Daniel and Henry Daniel asked Daniel Boone Daniel cried Daniel felt Daniel knew Daniel never Daniel paused Daniel replied Daniel shouted Daniel told Daniel turned dead Exeter eyes farm father fire French frontier furs gonna head Henderson Henry Miller horse hunter hunting and trapping Indians James Jemima John Findley Kentucky Kentucky River killed land laughed Little Wolf lived long hunt long rifle looked massacre Missouri months Mountains move Native Americans nearly Neely night numbered path Rebecca asked Rebecca Boone Richard Henderson river Sarah screamed settlers Shawnees siege of Boonesborough smiled softly Squire Boone stared at Daniel stay suddenly told Daniel trail trip Virginia warriors wilderness woods Yadkin Valley yelled young Daniel