Daniel Boone: Wilderness Pioneer
Blazing the Wilderness Road into Kentucky, Daniel Boone opened the way for thousands of settlers to move west in the late 1700s. Ignoring the hardships of the frontier and defending themselves from attack by hostile Native Americans, the settlers risked their lives to settle the West.
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