Daniel Boone was an explorer, soldier, hunter, surveyor, and frontiersman. Can you imagine what his life must have been like? What was he like as a person? Read this book in the American Lives series to get to know Daniel Boone and find out why he was a true frontiersman. Find out why a town in Kentucky is named after Daniel, how Daniel saved his village from Native American attack, why Daniel never moved to Florida. Read about the person's family, childhood, school years, and working years.
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