Daniel Boone

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Viking Press, 1939 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 94 pages
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A biography which demystifies the semi-legendary hero into a rugged historical figure whose daring contributed greatly to the early expansion of America.

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User Review  - Debby - Goodreads

This was a relatively short version of the life of Daniel Boone. It was actually a series of incidents, with long periods of time unaccounted for. Easy reading and well done. Pictures were lithographs done expressively. 1940 Newbery winner Read full review

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User Review  - Stacy Mallory - Goodreads

The reviews of the this book are actually better than the book, not that the book is poorly written. Just written and illustrated at a different time. Polital Correctness has jaded peoples views of ... Read full review


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Daugherty was born and raised in Michigan. He served as a Marine combat infantryman in Vietnam, is a former police officer who was assigned to SWAT teams in metro Detroit, and was employed as a private investigator.

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