Daniel Boone

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
Who was the real Johnny Appleseed? Did Jim Bowie actually wrestle alligators? Featuring six American folk heroes, this series tells the stories of these legendary people within the cultural history of each figure's time. Children will not only learn about these classic legends, but also will discover how the stories came about and why not all the stories about these heroes are true. Readers will be able to explore the character of each historical figure, learn about how each legendary person has become part of America's cultural heritage, and how the lives of these figures continue to be celebrated today.

225 years ago, Daniel Boone roamed the forests of North America, moving from Pennsylvania to North Carolina, Kentucky, and Virginia. This American legend blazed the Wilderness Trail, explored Kentucky, and founded his own settlement, Boonesborough, in Kentucky.

 

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Contents

Daniel Boone
What Is a Legend?
The Ways of the Wilderness
Exploration
Adventures in Kentucky 13
The Founding of Boonesborough 14
Fights With Native Americans 17
Captured by the Shawnee 18
Daniels Last Adventure 21
Remembering Daniel Boone 22
Glossary 23
Index 24
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