Daniel Boone: Frontier Legend
Author Pat McCarthy explores the fascinating life of the man who blazed trails, built towns, and learned the ways of the American Indians well enough to be adopted as one of them. Showing the many myths and legends that have developed about Daniel Boone throughout history, McCarthy helps separate fact from fiction in the life of the great early American pioneer who is best known for having opened the Wilderness Road to the West.
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Daniel Boone to the Rescue
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