Daniel Boone loved to explore and hunt in the wilderness. As a boy, he learned the ways of the woods from Indians and hunters. Then Daniel heard of a place called Kentucky and he decided to move west. In his quest for adventure, Daniel inspired others to explore the American West--and became a legend.
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