E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926)

1884

E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926)

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"So experienced a hunter as Daniel, even at that age, would not make such a mistake. Doubtless there was much of romance about their courtship and marriage, which would have been of interest if recorded; but in those days there were sterner things than love-making to engage the attention and pen of historians." (CATTERMOLE:25)

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1884

E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926)

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"The Indians were more than a match for him in physical powers, but immeasurably his interior in cunning and courage." (CATTERMOLE:29)

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    Project: Digitizing Daniel Boone
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1884

E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926)

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After DB's return from warning the surveyors: "Immediately upon his return, Governor Dunmore appointed Boone to the command of the agrrisons, and commissioned him captain of militia. He was now nearly forty years of age, and in full vigor of manhood." (CATTERMOLE:36)

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1884

E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926)

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"It is not at all improbable that . . . Henderson was the cause of Squire Boone's going to the relief of his brother [in 1770]. . . . It is thought by some, at least, that when Boone made his long journey in 1769 he was in the service and pay of Henderson." (CATTERMOLE:37)

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1884

E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926)

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"For Boone especially, the Indians felt a strong attachment. He was careful not to annoy them, and appeared to be perfectly reconciled to his captivity. No doubt, also, his exploits and remarkable courage, displayed on previous ocasions, were known to them, and excited their admiration." (CATTERMOLE:43)

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1884

E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926)

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"Boone was now an Indian, outwardly at least, and he pretended to be an Indian in spirit. But how he must have longed to return to his wife and little ones, away out in the wilderness in Kentucky! A less brave man would have died of sheer grief." (CATTERMOLE:44)

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1884

E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926)

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"The facts of this adventure were narrated by Boone himself just before his death, the occasion being the marriage feast of his granddaughter, and may therefore be relied upon as correct." (CATTERMOLE:54)

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