Daniel Boone, Master of the Wilderness

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Illustrations
DANIEL BOONE, The Audubon Portrait, frontis
DANIEL BOONE MAKES A LEGAL NOTE, 12
BOONE FAMILY RECORD, 20
DANIEL BOONE'S BEAVER TRAP AND ARMS, 36
DANIEL BOONE, The Harding Portraits, 84
MAP OF KENTUCKY, 113
HARRODSBURG RESTORED, 150
GOVERNOR HAMILTON BUYS SCALPS, 164
COLONEL RICHARD CALLAWAY, 196
A VIRGINIA LAND WARRANT, 244
DANIEL BOONE ISSUES ORDERS, 307
A BOONE BUSINESS LETTER, 314

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Daniel Boone *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations *
  • Introduction to the Bison Book Edition *
  • Introduction *
  • 1 - The Boones of Pennsylvania 3
  • 2 - To the Yadkin Valley 15
  • 3 - Goodbye to the World 44
  • 4 - First Attempt at Settlement 66
  • 5 - Public War, Private Treaty 81
  • 6 - The Wilderness Road 89
  • 7 - Life at Boonesborough 110
  • 8 - Three Kidnapped Daughters 124
  • 9 - Year of the Three Sevens 141
  • 10 - Prisoner of the Shawnee King 156
  • 11 - Sheltowee, the Ingrate 178
  • 12 - Blackfish Lays Siege 195
  • 13 - Treasons or Stratagems? 229
  • 14 - Red-Skinned Raiders 239
  • 15 - The Year of Blood: Siege of Bryan's Station 263
  • 16 - The Year of Blood: Death at the Blue Licks 288
  • 17 - The Thirteen Fires 310
  • 18 - Land Trouble 340
  • 19 - Elbow-Room 351
  • 20 - Last Frontier 384
  • Acknowledgments 419
  • Bibliographical Essay 425
  • Notes 435
  • Index 469
  • About the Author *
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