W. C. Caywood Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964) 115-24

1964

W. C. Caywood Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964) 115-24

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Caywood calls Daniel and Rebecca a "North Carolina mountain couple." W. C. Caywood, Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964):115

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1964

W. C. Caywood Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964) 115-24

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First child born when she was 18; tenth and last whey she was 42. Her husband was frequently away from home for a year or two, and the food supply frequently dwindled to the poverty level for she and the children. W. C. Caywood, Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964):116

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1964

W. C. Caywood Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964) 115-24

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<As always, the Boones and their in-laws were clannish and when Boone moved, all of the kin and most of their neighbors went in the same direction.> W. C. Caywood, Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964):117

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W. C. Caywood Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964) 115-24

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<The highest ranking Spanish officials in the Territory assembled to welcome the distinguished arrivals. Lieutenant Governors Zenon Trudeau and Carlos Delassus poured on the pomp and ceremony. American and Spanish flags were unfurled, sabres flashed, rifles cracked, drums rolled, the garrison paraded, and Lieutanant Colonel Daniel Boone, late of Kentucky, received a military fanfare due his rank. Never before had Boone been so publicly honored, and only in death would he receive another such tribute. It may have been his finest hour.> W. C. Caywood, Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964):118



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