The Autobiography of David Crockett

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THE MODERN STUDENT'S LIBRARY AMERICAN DIVISION

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF DAVID CROCKETT

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY HAMLIN GARLAND

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

NEW YORK CHICAGO BOSTON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 3
  • Bibliographical Note 11
  • Narrative of the Life of David Crockett, of the State of Tennessee 13
  • Preface 15
  • Chapter I 19
  • Chapter II 28
  • Chapter III 37
  • Chapter IV 43
  • Chapter VI 58
  • Chaper VII 69
  • Chapter VIII 77
  • Chapter IX 84
  • Chapter X 91
  • Chapter XI 97
  • Chapter XII 105
  • Chapter XIII 108
  • Chapter XIV 113
  • Chapter XV 120
  • Chapter XVI 126
  • Chapter XVII 130
  • An Account of Col. Crockett's Tour to the North and Down East 137
  • Introduction 139
  • Chapter I 143
  • Chapter II 154
  • Chapter III 164
  • Chapter IV 180
  • Chapter V 190
  • Chapter VI 196
  • Chapter VII 202
  • Col. Crockett's Exploits and Adventures in Texas 211
  • Chapter I 213
  • Chapter II 219
  • Chapter III 226
  • Chapter IV 236
  • Chapter V 243
  • Chapter VI 253
  • Chapter VII 259
  • Chapter VIII 268
  • Chapter IX 278
  • Chapter X 286
  • Chapter XI 298
  • Chapter XII 308
  • Chapter XIII 316
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