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For some of DB's surveys see Willard Rouse Jillson, "Land Surveys of Daniel Boone," KHS REGISTER 44 (1946):86-100, in primary documents file.
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1786

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6/4/1786 <Dear Sir I am So unwill it Is out of [my] power to Com to Cort and have Sent Capt Davis to transax all my Bisness Exsept that of a Lawer he has all my papers Relative to the Dispute betwxt Mr William Triplet and me and he was the Survayer that Run out my Land if you think proper you May Bring that to tryel as Capt Davis Knows the natur of them Entrys and Survays as for Mr McClanahans and my Sute I would Wish it put of till Next Cort in Less Capt Hayes Should be at Cort and then the tryel may Com on as Hayes has Made the Survay and Returned it agreeable to borgan I am Sir your Most obident <Daniel Boone <June the 4th 1786 <NB Sir I Never Rec'd your Later intill this very night after I wrote the above Lines I Exspect Hayes will atend Cort and will prove that McClanahans Bisness is Dunn <DB> Photostatic coyp, Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society.

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1786

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DB to John Overton, 7/20/1786 <Sir <The Land has Been Long Survayd and Not Knowing When the Money would be Radey Was the Reason of my Not Returning the works however the[y] may be Returned When you pleas But I must first have a Nother Copy of the Entry as I have Lost that I had When I Lost my ploting Instrements and only have the Short field Notes Just the Corse Distanc and Corner trees pray Send me a Nother Copy that I may know how to gave it the proper Bounderry agreeable to the Location and I Will Send the plot to the ofis a medetly if you Chuse it the Exspensis is as follows viz

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1786

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Survayers fees 9. 3.8 Ragesters fees &c 7.14.0 1/2 Chanmen and Marker 11 Days ea 8. 0.0 purvistions for the tower 2. 0.0 26.11.8 1/2 you Will also Send m[e] a Copy of the agreement betwixt Mr Waler overton and my Self When I Recd the Warrants I am Sir your omble Sarvent <Daniel Boone> Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society.

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1784

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BOONEMSS survey, 2/10/1784 <Surveyed for Daniel Boon Assnee of William Hays Assee of Benjamin Winslow 500 Acres of Land by Virtue of a Treasury Warrent duly Entered October the 2d 1780 No. 223 Situate lying and being in the County of Fayette on Boons Creek Joyning and between the Lands of James Hickman and Matejon [?] and bounded as Follows Viz Beginning at A Two Hickories and a White Oak being Madison's SE Corner Thence East 92 Poles to (B) a White Oak, Thence S25oE 118 Poles to (C) Two Ciders on Bogses Fork, Thence East 88 Poles to (D) Two White Oaks and an Elm, Thence North 486 Poles to (E) Two Hickeries and a Red Oak in Hickmans Line, Crossing Boons Creek Six Times, Thence West 102 Poles to (F) a Hickiry in Matison's line Crossing on Fork of P. [?] Creek, Thence So 27oW 318 Poles to (A) the Beginning <Daniel Boone DS <[another name faded <Samuel Bark [?] <Samuel Boon <Chain-Men <John Snawdy Marker> On reverse: <I Do asine over the within plot to John Nebelick his Heirs and asines for valuour [?] Re'd as Witness my hand and Desire that the patent may Issue in his Name this 15 Day of Novm 1784 <Daniel Boone> Also: <Daniel Boone claims 400 acres adjoining the within to my knowledge and no more <Thos Marshall> And this label: <Danl Boon's <Plat of 500 Acres <Recorded <B4P55 <Recorded <251 in Liber B <Rec'd 25th Nov <1784 <J. Neblick <Grant Iss'd 8 [?] June <1786> Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society.

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Ware v. Boone and Grant 1: The records of a lawsuit, heard in Campbell County Court, brought by John Ware against Daniel Boone and John Grant, in the case of a loan issued to Boone and Grant by Ware in 1791, and never repaid. Excellent records in that they trace the entire suit. The collection of documents includes: 2: the original bond of Boone and Grant to Ware; 3: the bond of Ware for court costs; 4: the summons to Boone and Grant; 5: Ware's brief; 6: the court action. continued

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1791-11-12

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11/12/1791 Ware v. Boone and Grant 2: Bond of DB and Grant: <Know all men by these presents that we Daniel Boon of Kanhaway County & John Grant of Woodford County are held & firmly bound Unto Hugh French of Goochland county in the full & Just Sum on one hundred & fifty pounds Current Mony of Virginia to be paid on or before the first day of April in the year one thousand seven Hundred & Ninety three for for Value Recv'd fof him To the Which payment well & truly to be made We bind ourselves our heirs &c in the final sum of three hundred pounds of Like money in Witness whereof we do hereunto set our hands & seals this 12th day of Nov. 1791 <Daniel Boone <John Grant <Sign'd seald & Deliverd in presents of Wm Mimachon [?] Benjm Biggs> Reverse: <I do Assign the within to Capt. John Ware for Value recv'd of him -- Without having recourse to me <Hugh French <22d day Decmr. 1795 <Witness <William Maddox <Thomas Drake> continued

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1791-11-12

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Ware v. Boone and Grant 3: Bond of John Ware: <We John Ware and James Ware Sen. are held and stand firmly bound unto Daniel Boon and John Grant in the just and full sum of Twenty pounds Current mony the payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Boon & Grant their Certain attorney their Heirs [unclear] We the said John Ware & James Ware do bind our selves our Heirs [unclear] jointly [unclear] firmly firmly [sic] by these presents sealed with our seasl & [unclear] this 27th day of June 1796. <The Condition of the above obligation is such that Whereas the above James & John Ware assignees of Hugh French is about to commence a suit against the said Boon & Grant in the Quarter Session Court of Campbell County Now if the said John & James Ware shall satisfy and pay all costs which may arise in the prosecution of said suit of Damages which may be awarded then the above obligation to be void else to remain in full force <John Ware <James Ware <In presence of Mordicai Reed [?]> continued

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1791-11-12

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Ware v Boone and Grant 4: Summons to DB and Grant: <The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Sheriff of Campbell County Greeting: You are hereby Commanded to take Daniel Boon and John Grant if they be found within your Bailiwick and them safely keep so that have their Bodies before the Justices of our Court of Quarter Sessions at the Court house of the said County on the 1st Monday in October next to answer John Ware assignee of Hugh French of a Plea of Debt for Three hundred pounds Damage L50. And have then these writ witness James Taylor Clerk of our said Court at the Court house the 6th day of September 1796 In the 5th year of the Commonwealth <James Taylor> On reverse: <Execut'd by me Charles Daniel Dbt. Shff. <I do Enter my Self aperence Bail for John Grant <Charles Daniel Jun> continued

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1791-11-12

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Ware v. Boone and Grant 5: Ware's brief: <Campbell County Court <Capt: John Ware assignee of Hugh French complains of Daniel Bpon of [torn: Kan]haway County, that is to say in the County of Campbell & John Grant of Woodford County, that is to [torn: say] in the County of Campbell in [torn: two lines missing] three hundred pounds current money of Virginia equal to the same in Kentucky [torn: cur]rency which they owe to & unjustly detain [?] from the said plaintiff for that where as the said defendants on the twelfth day of November in the year one thousand seven hundred & ninety one in the County aforesaid [torn: line missing] the Court now [unclear word] the date where of is the day & year afresaid bound themselves their heirs &c. unto the said Hugh French in the final sum of three hundred pounds money as aforesaid to pay or cause to be paid the said Hugh the full sum of one hundred and fifty pounds money as aforesaid on or before the first day of April [torn: the] year one thousand seven hundred & nin[torn: ety] three and the said Capt. John Ware assignee of Hugh French avers that neither the said Daniel Boon or John Grant the Dfts did not pay to the Hugh the sum on one hundred & fifty pounds money as aforesaid on the first day of April in the year one thousand seven hundred & ninty [torn: three] nor between that [torn: words missing] & the said John avers further that neither of the said Defendants since the said assignment of this said [unclear word] obligatory have paid him the sum of one hundred & fifty pounds whereby [torn] action hath accrued unto him the said [torn: word missing] to have of the said Dfts Danl Boon & John [torn: Grant] demanded, NEVERTHELESS the said Defenfants tho: often requested hath not paid the said three hundred pounds or any part thereof to the said John but the same hither to wholy refused & still doth refuse to the damage of the said [unclear word] fifty pounds & therefore he [unclear word] <John L. Wiles, atty> continued

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1798

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Ware v. Boone and Grant 6: final court action: <August Term 1798 <Plea withdrawn & Judgt. conf. with stay of Exec. 2 month with reservation in equity.> Query: did DB leave for MO before this could be completed? Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society.

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1962

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Robert Emmett McDowell, in an address at the Beaumont Inn at Harrodsburg, 5/21/1962; McDowell had been selected to write the play to be presented at Harrodsburg in the summer, and these were his views: <Today he would be considered an ignorant game hog! As far as his scouting ability was concerned, he was always straying off and getting himself captured by the Indians, or dasing with his men full-tilt into an ambush.> <The real Boone didn't even kill very many Indians. One lone redskin fell before his trusty rifle -- or that's all historians are certain of. The real Boone was ignorant, careless, and probably shiftless into the bargain. The legal difficulties which got him into trouble were due to his own inefficiency. He always blamed Kentucky, and swore after he had left that he would never set foot in the state again. But Kentucky wasn't to blame. The truth is that Boone was such a poor surveyor that he not only lost nearly all his own land claims, but he was responsible for his friends losing thousands upon thousands of acres, which they had employed him to locate for them. In fact, though I hate to say it, the real Daniel Boone was the kind of person whom, if you met on the streets today, you wouldn't want to admit that you knew. Now before I am lynched by his numerous descendants and admirers, who are legion, let me hasten to say that Boone wasn't a rascal. He was merely a backwoodsman, a hunter, and if anything, superior to most of his fellows. The Kentucky frontiersman was a colorful, exciting figure, but he was anti-social, intolerant of restraint, fiercely independent, boisterous -- and to be perfectly honest -- pretty uncouth. So was old Dan'l. The REAL Dan'l.> THE HARRODSBURG HERALD, 5/25/1962, clipping in Boone biographical file, Kentucky Historical Society.

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Reaction to McDowell views, apparently presented again at a speech at Harrodsburg's Pioneer Memorial Park in November 1962: <"I felt the man forgot to prepare a speech for the occasion," [Boone descendant Daniel B.] Boone [of Louisville] said, "and he talked about the only thing he could think of to get publicity." . . . Another Boone -- Daniel J. Boone, Fern Creek, no kin to THE Daniel -- resented the speech because of the slur on the name. "It took a lot of courage for Boone to do all the things he did," the employee of International Harvester said. "It's easy for us now to say it wasn't so much he did. We forget we have police protection and Daniel Boone didn't. He didn't back down from anything." Nor was McDowell "backing down" yesterday. He said he had had numerous telephone calls about his speech and "Lexington was all upset." . . . "I'm not picking on Daniel Boone," he stated. "I could have been a lot roughter than I was.> Louisville COURIER-JOURNAL 11/18/1962, clipping in Boone biographical file, Kentucky Historical Society.

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Archibald Henderson, the North Carolina historian, <caused a furor in Boonesboro 27 years ago when he denounced Boone's "arrogant claims" in the opening of the West. He referred to the pioneer's "delusions of grandeur," and spoke of the "Boone myth." The occasion was the unveiling of a monument commemorating Kentucky's founders. . . . Asserting that "in the antiquated and out-of-date histories of this region are embalmed innumerable errors of fact," Dr. Henderson said the most persistent distortion of the truth was the claim that nomadic pioneers of whom "the justly famous Daniel Boone is the type-figure" were prime founders of Kentucky. A descendant of Boone, Mrs. Guy Ravin, Corvallis, Ore., invited to attend the event, left the platform crying. It was the late Tom Wallace, editor of the Louisville Times, who took Dr. Henderson to task. Departing from his prepared speech, Wallace, himself a descendant of one of the members of the Transylvania Company, "deplored and condemned" everything that Henderson had said which constituted "an attempt to build up the fame of the members of the Transylvania Company at the expense of Daniel Boone." "Dr. Henderson's speech has sent from this platform in tears a lineal descendant of Daniel Boone, a young woman who came all the way from Oregon to the ceremonies." He described the Henderson "attacks" on Boone as "futile and brutal." Wallace added that any effort on the part of Henderson "to take the shirt from Daniel Boone would only leave him hanging on the coattails of the great pathfinder who always will be the romantic figure in pioneer history of Kentucky."> Louisville COURIER-JOURNAL 11/18/1962, clipping in Boone biographical file, Kentucky Historical Society.

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SBOONE his mill near Corydon, Indiana, has been restored and is working. Took three years. Rests on the original foundation. Unidentified and undated [but probably 1980] clipping in Boone biographical file, Kentucky Historical Society.

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1795

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Deposition, 7/27/1795 1: <In compliance with a warrant to us directed from the Clerk of the County Court of Shelby, we Martin Daniel, Isham Talbot, and Abraham Owen this 27th day of July 1795, having met at the place called the Vineyard on the waters of Little Jepsey, a south fork of Brasheer's Crrek in the fork between two small stremas of said creek (Jepsey) where there are two beeches marked as followes: viz, one marked William McKenzee, 1775 and the other I, Johnson -- Nov. 9th 1775 -- on which said trees to wit, the one marked I, Johnson, Nov. 1775 there appeared to have been a large blaze in the manner in that trees are usually blazed to be marked with powder or keele which said marks appear to be as the dates thereon inscribed and having by our warrant caused Col. Daniel Boone to come before us and him, the said Daniel Boone being first sworn deposeth and saith that in the fall of the year 1775 towit, in the time Bucks were hunting he, the deponent, in company with Col. Thomas Hart, Capt Nath Hart, Jesse Brenton, John Kennedy, William McKenzee, (a young gentlement from the lower parts of North Carolina) Jno. Johnston, Daniel Goodman, deceased, and others were going from Boonesborough to the Fall of Ohio, and having traveled a great distance through a broken beechy country and upon arriving upon the top of a ridge where the land changed suddenly and going some short distance through a beautiful rich piece of ground fell on a small stream and followed the same down a small distance, arrived at the place which was then by some of the company called and named the Vineyard, and finding some water in the branch, and it being near the middle of the day, the company concluded to stop, noon it, and dry our clothes which was wet by a rain that fell the over night, and several of the company found [fond] of hunting for deer, etc. and viewing the land, concluded to turn out on that business and Col Thomas Hart and this Deponent went together and after walking about a half a mile, this Deponent killed two deer, and they then returned to this place where they had left the rest of the company.> continued

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1795

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Deposition, 7/27/1795 2: <On their return found that Jesse Brenton and John Kennedy had also gone out and had not returned, and while the company was waiting for them this Deponent recollects hearing Daniel Goodman claim this place as his land, and after waiting sometime and Brenton and Kennedy not returning the company moved on, crossed two creeks, to wit, the creek now known by the name of Jepsey, and Gess Fork at the last said creek then encamped and the next morning this Deponent returned to this place in search of Brenton and Kennedy, and finding Brenton returned to the company and this Deponent further saith that when the commissioners set for adjusting claims and granting certificates for Settlements and Preemptions Col. Richard Calloway or Samuel Henderson, who laid on the claim for the heirs called on this Deponent to prove and locate the same which, he, the said Deponent did and located it on this spot knowing it to be claimed by the decendent Goodman in his lifetime he the said Goodman, having prior to the sitting of the Commissioners and subsequent to this claiming the land had been killed by the Indians at Boonesborough in the year 1777 as well as he recollects whilst acting as overseer for Col. Calloway and the said Deponent further saith that he this day attend Abraham Owen, Esquire, whilst he was surveying the settlement of the said heirs, and says that the lines thereof includes the places marked and named as aforesaid in the centre of a square. <Daniel Boone. <Sworn to and subscribed before us this day and date aforesaid at the aforesaid place called the Vineyard, in presence of John Waggener and James Craig, disinterested inhabitants of the said County of Shelby and also in presence of Mr. Andrew Holmes and James Morton and we do certify that a large Beech tree on which T. H. 1775 was inscribed was also showed as within about half a mile of the place which said marks appears to be as old as the date thereof and that the said Deponent saith he verily believes that Col. Thomas Hart cut those letters and dates at the same time he, the Deponent, was skinning the two deer he had killed whilst they were looking at the land. <Martin Daniel <Isham Talbot <Abraham Owen> typescript in Kentucky Historical Society, Daniel Boone biographical file.

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See the interesting letter from "Otto," Charge d'Affaires to Cte de Vergennes, in Boone Misc. materials. Copy from Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society.

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1786

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KENTUCKY in 1786, according to a French diplomat, Otto Charge d'Affaires in New York. Let me call your attention, he writes to his superior in France, to <the almost miraculous birth of a considerable state in the midst of the vast forests of western Virginia. . . . > Kentucky consists of <all the vast territory watered by the Ohio from the great Kanahwa to the Mississippy.> <In all this country the soil is an unequalled fertility; the immense forests which border the rivers abound in timber suitable for building, in walnut, hictory, sugar maples, oak and of the numberless species so varied and so interesting to the naturalist, which America produces. The land is clayey and very rich, and the small amount of brush with which it is encumbered infinitely facilitates of clearing.> This is <a country toward which the population of the old states flows.> <It would be less difficult to deflect the course of a river than to stop the continuous flow of this migration.> <This body composed of a thousand heterogeneous parts, this mixture of Scotch, Germans, French, Spaniards, Irish, Americans, even of savages, has already formed its legislative assembly, appointed magistrates, provided for public works, entered upon negotiations with the wandering peoples of the vicinity, and will perhaps, in a few months, be represented in the general Congress of the United States.> <We have heretofore seen but one side of the medal, the obverse conceals disquieting truths. Fraudulent bankrupts, brigands, and men still more dangerous, those who, having abused the confidence of our merchants during the war and sold the cargos consigned to them have gone to hide their ignominy and their gain in a country where the arm of justice cannot reach them; royalists stained with the blood of their compatriots, rascals of all sorts and conditions form the basis of the population of this new state.> <The inhabitants are already engaging in dusputes over land titles. Litigation, that inseparable curse of all American settlements is rife upon the banks of the Ohio as in the tribunals of New York or Philadelphia. The settlers would barely know how to buy a piece of land without involving themselves in a law suit, often ruinous, always long and wearing.> Otto, Charge d"Affaires to Cte de Vergennes, New York, 3/11/1786. Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society.

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