William S. Bryan, "Daniel Boone," Missouri Historical Review 3 (1906) 90

William S. Bryan, "Daniel Boone," Missouri Historical Review 3 (1906) 90

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Jonathan Bryan's double log cabin was about a mile from Nathan's stone house. <During the last few years of his life Boone spent as much time at my grandfather's as he did at hom. In fact, there was hardly a day that they did not visit back and forth, for a period of twenty years, from 1800 to 1820, when Boone died. It was during this time that my father knew him, as a boy and a growing young man knows his elders. In 1815 my grandmother, who was then a woman of about fifty, shot and killed an Indian in front of the Bryan cabin. The savage was running toward her with uplifted tomahawk, and was about where the tree now grows when she shot him.> William S. Bryan, "Daniel Boone," MHR 3 (1906-09):90

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