Half-alligator and half-snapping turtle, with a touch of earthquake thrown in, Davy Crockett is the ultimate American backwoods legend. This lively tale follows the original ring-tailed roarer of the western woods through a series of out-landish adventures, including the Battle of the Alamo, where he literally brags himself into American History
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