Daniel Boone, Master of the Wilderness

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Index
Abingdon, 5
Adoption, Shawnee, 177
Agriculture, colonial, 5
Alamance, 46
Alleghenies, 37
America, 83, 103, 186; atrocities, 76, 254, 317; flag, 218-219, 360; inde- pendence, 122, 139, 310; militia, 20
Americans, 205, 206; confiscation, 252; families, 365-366; warned of British, 248
Amish, 4
Anglo-Saxon, 227
Animals, domestic, 112
Anne, Queen, 3
Archiva Histórico-Nacional, 354
Arbuckle, Captain Matthew, 136
Arkansas River, 391
Arnold, Benedict, 352-53
Articles of Confederation, 352
Artillery, improvised, 223, 241; British, 247-253, 285, 383
Assatakoma, conjurer, 240
Assembly, act of, 333
Atacullaculla, 85
Athens, Ky., 242
Audubon, 66, 398-404
Augusta County, Va., 106
Ball, Thomas, 277
Baltimore, 351
Baptist Brethren, 4
Baptists, 200, 302, 366, 368
Barbeuse River, 364
“Barking off” squirrels, 398, 399
Bartram, William, 86
Battle Run, 270, 271
Bayonet, 305
Bears, 66, 89, 346, 349
Beaubien, Charles, 161, 167, 205
Beaujeu, 24
Beavers, 23, 38-39, 159, 335, 364, 384
Beelzebub, 146-147
Beowulf, 227
Berks County, Pa., 2, 10, 17, 333
Bible, 368
Big Bone Lick, 157
Big Hill, 49
Big Jim, 71-72, 127, 316
Big Knives, see Long Knives
Big Sandy, 37, 100, 349, 358
Bird, Henry, 247-251, 371
Blackbird (Chippewa chief), 196, 205
Blackfish, adopts Boone, 176-182, 229, 371; British and, 171-173, 186; camp attacked, 175, 240; captures Boone, 163 ff., 234; clothing, 173; death, 240, 385, 413-416; esteem for Boone, 176, 179, 230; family, 136, 178-179, 182, 371; leads attacks, 145-155, 195ff.; meets Boone again, 198ff., 321, 413; outwits Boone, 168; prisoners escape from, 174-175, 182-186, 190-191; James Ray and, 146-147, 177; rouses villages, 173-174; son killed, 136, 178; stratagem, 213ff.; watches Boone, 178-180; wounded, 240
Black Hoof, 196
Black Stump, Chief, 240
Blacksnake, 321
Blue Jacket, 322
Blue Licks, battle, 59, 296ff., 415; cabin near, 346-347; graves, 305, 407; ground, 78, 295; Holder ambushed, 269; locality, 134, 137, 138, 160, 192; losses at, 303, 306; Lower, 195; re- criminations, 305, 308ff.; return to, 304; salt, 78, 156-157, 234; Upper, 195
Blue Ridge, 32, 42
Bohun, see Boone Family
Bon Homme, 368
Books, 55, 73, 368
Boone, Daniel, appearance, 37, 74-75

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