David Crockett: Sure He Was Right
David Crockett, legendary Tennessee hunter and Congressman, died a hero at the Alamo. This story, using facts about his life and his own autobiography, reveals a man who loved to laugh and who cared about poor people because he had the same struggle. He lived by his motto, "BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAD!"
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