While his name is familiar to many people, his many deeds and exploits are not. Throughout his life, Daniel Boone switched from one adventure to another. He explored new places despite the presence of danger and death, and he went on long wilderness hunting trips that were daily battles of survival. Through it all Boone moved steadily onward, consumed with a burning desire to see what was over the next ridge or where the next trail would lead. His courage and determination were extraordinary. Stories of his life became legendary.
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AMBUSH American colonies Armentrout attack Benjamin Franklin bewildered Boone help Boone National Forest Boone thought Boone's Boonesborough born Braddock's army British Army British soldiers built a small Bullets buried cabins called a buck called Kentucky Captured by Shawnee CHRONOLOGY Cumberland Gap Daniel Boone National Daughter Jemima defeated disease dollar Duquesne easy targets Edward Braddock escaped Exeter Township exploring family moved fighting Findley Florida Food French and Indian French soldier George Washington girls gravesites hunter Indians surprised James KENTUCKY BOUND kidnapped killed by Indians knew Long Hunt male deer married Missouri Mountains moved to Kentucky name Daniel Boone North America North Carolina October 22 Pennsylvania Pioneer Pittsburgh Publishers Quakers Rebecca Bryan red coats Rescues Revolutionary rifle Sarah settle settlers Shawnee Indians shoot shot skins smallpox stayed thought about Kentucky Trail tribes of Indians trip trouble Virginia wagon wandering wanted wear uniforms Wilderness Road wore Yadkin River Valley York YOUNG DANIEL