Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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Selects and eliminates what he considers inessential to his task of analysing the force of progress. We hear little, then of DB the man, relatively much of him as a historical type. DB develops in the book from an individual in the first chapter into a type by the end. This also allows Flint to gloss over the misfortunes and hardships of DB's life. We never actually receive any personal shock from these events. His authorial stance is carefully dispassionate; he implies that DB's own dedication to the historical process is so great that personal misfortune matters less to him than to ordinary people. Thus he makes DB acquiese willingly in the loss of his lands -- potentially the most damning implicit criticism of society in his life. His Missouri remove is presented as what he would want to do anyway. The price Flint pays for this is that DB remains a shadowy character, totally subsumed in the process, with almost no personality. He never comes to life. Flint explains DB's character with the 18th century psychological theory of "ruling passion," which for DB was his "love of the chase." We prefer our literary Boone's at odds with society rather than its willing servant. We miss any sense of tragedy in Flint's bio. "We miss the bitter wisdom that the general good of society is not always and of necessity equatable with the particular good of one of its members. And we cannot accept the tempting, though illogical, idea that the greatest good for the greatest nujmber somehow implies a little good for everyone." Folsom in FLINT1:18-19

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Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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1: <Young Boone was one night engaged in a fire hunt, with a young friend. Their course led them to the deeply timbered bottom that skirted the stream which wound round this pleasant plantation. . . . Two persons are indispensable to it [a fire hunt]. The horseman that predcedes, bears on his shoulder what is called a FIRE PAN, full of blazing pine knots, which cast a bright and flickering glare far through the forest. The second follows at some distance, with his rifle prepared for action. No spectacle is more impressive than this of pairs of hunters, thus kindling the forest into a glare. The deer, reposing quietly in his thicket, is awakened by the approaching cavalcade, and instead of flying from the portentious brilliance, remains stupidly gazing upon it, as if charmed to the spot. The animal is betrayed to its doom by the gleaming of its fixed and innocent eyes. This cruel mode of securing a fatal shot is called, in hunter's phrase, SHINING THE EYES.> FLINT1:38 continued

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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2: <The deer is remarkable for the beauty of its eyes when thus SHINED. The mild brilliance of the two orbs was distinctly visible. Whether warned by a presentiment, or arrested by a palpitation, and strange feelings within, at noting a new expression in the blue and dewy lights that gleamed to his heart, we say not. But the unerring rifle fell, and a rustling told him that the game had fled. Something whispered him it was not a DEER; and yet the fleet step, as the game bounded away, might easily be mistaken for that of the light-footed animal. A second thought impelled him to pursue the rapidly retreating game; and he sprang away in the direction of the sound, leaving his companion to occupy himself as he might. The fugitive had the advantage of a considerable advance of him, and apparently a better knowledge of the localities of the place. But the hunter was perfect in all his field exercises, and scarcely less fleet footed than a deer; and he gained rapidly on the object of his pursuit, which advanced a little distance parallel with the field-fence, and then, as if endowed with the utmost accomplishment of gynmastics, cleared the fence with a leap. The hunter, embarrassed with his rifle and accountrements, was driven to the slow and humiliating expedient of climbing it. But an outline of the form of the fugitive, fleeting through the shades in the direction of the house, assured him that he had mistaken the species of the game. His heart throbbed from a hundred sensations; and among them an apprehension of the consequences that would have resulted from discahrging his rifle, when he had first shined those liquid blue eyes. Seeing that the fleet game made straight in the direction of the house, he said to himself, "I will see the pet deer in its lair;" and he directed his steps to the same place. Half a score of dogs opened their barking upon him, as he approached the house, and advertised the master that a stranger was aproaching. Having hushed the dogs, and learned the name of his visitant, he introduced him to his family as the son of their neighbor, Boone.> FLINT1:39 continued

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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3: <Scarce had the first words of introduction been uttered, before the opposite door opened, and a boy apparently of seven, and a girl of sixteen rushed in, panting for breath and seeming affright. "Sister went down to the river, and a PAINTER chased her, and she is almost scared to death," exclaimed the boy. The ruddy, flaxen-haired girl stood full in view of her terrible pursuer, leaning upon his rifle, and surveying her with the most eager admiration. "Rebecca, this is young Boone, son of our neighbor," was their laconic introcution. Both were young and beautiful, and at the period when the affections exercise their most energetic influence. The circumstances of the introduction were favorable to the result, and the young hunter felt that the eyes of the DEER had SHINED his bosom, as fatally as his rifle shot had ever the inocent deer of the thickets. She, too, when she saw the high, open, bold forehead; clear, keen, and yet gentle and affectionate eye -- the firm front, and the visible impress of decision and fearlessness of the hunter -- when she interpreted a look, which said as distinctly as looks could say it, "how terrible it would have been to have fired!" can hardly be supposed to have regarded him with indifference. Nor can it be wondered at that she saw in him her BEAU IDEAL of excellence and beauty. . . . As for Boone, he was incurable wounded by her, whose eyes he had SHINED, and as he was remarkable for the backwoods attribute of NEVER BEING BEATEN OUT OF HIS TRACK, he ceased not to woo, until he gained the heart of Rebecca Bryan. In a word, he courted her successfully, and they were married.> FLINT1:39-40

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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1: <Among others who made these loose and unfortunate was Daniel Boone. Unaccustomed to the forms of law and technical precision, he was guided by his own views of what was proper and requisite, and made such brief and general entries, as were afterwards held not sufficient to identify the land. . . . Judging from his own single and generous mind, he did not suppose that question would ever be made of his right to occupy such favorite portions as he might select and pay for. . . . But in this he was sadly mistaken. A set of speculators and interlopers, who following in the train of civilization and wealth, came to enrich themselves by monopolizing the rich lands which had thus been won for them, and by the aid of legal advisers following all the nice requisitions of the law, pounced, among others, upon the lands of our old pioneer.> FLINT1:174 continued

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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2: <His suits were finally decided against him, and he was cast out of the possession of all, or nearly all the lands which he had looked upon as being indubitably his own. The indignation of the old pioneer can well be imagined, as he saw himself thus stript, by the quibbles and intricacies of the law, of all the rewards of his exposures, labors, sufferings and dangers in the first settlement of Kentucky. He became more than ever disgusted with the grasping and avaricious spirit -- the heartless intercourse and technical forms of what is called civilized society. But having expended his indignation in a transient paroxysm, he soon settled back to hbis customary mental complacency and self-possession. . . . He sighed for new fields of adventure and the excitement of a hunter's life.> FLINT1:176-77

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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<It is due to truth to state, that Boone, little addicted to books, knew but little of the Bible, the best of all. He worshiped, as he often said, the Great Spirit -- for the woods were his books and his temple; and the creed of the red men naturally became his. But there can be but little doubt, had the gospel of the Son of God been proposed to him, in its sublime truth and resonableness, that he would have added to all his other virtues, the higher name of Christian.> FLINT1:186

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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These magnanimoius pioneers seem to have had a presentiment that they had a great work to accomplish -- laying the foundations of a state in the wilderness -- a work from which they were to be deterred, neither by hunger, nor toil, nor danger, nor death. For tenderness and affection, they had hearts of flesh. For the difficulties and dangers of their positions, their bosoms were of iron. THEY FEARED GOD, AND HAD NO OTHER FEAR.> FLINT1:149-50

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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<He had caught some glimmerings of the future, and saw with the prophetic eye of a patriot, that this great valley must soon become the abode of millions of freemen; and his heart swelled with joy, and warmed with a transport which was natural to a mind so unsophisticated and disinterested as his.> FLINT1:171

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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<Let modern wives, who refuse to follow their husbands abroad, alleging the danger of the voyage or journey, or the unhealthiness of the proposed residence, or because the removal will separate them from the pleasures of fashion and society, contemplate the example of the wives of the defenders of this station [Bryan's].> FLINT1:95

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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On his way to MO, stopping in Cincinnati: Asked <what had induced him to leave all the comforts of home, and so rich and flourishing a country as his dear Kentucky, which he had discovered, and had helped to win from the Indians, for the wilds of Missouri? "Too crowded," replied he -- "too crowded -- I want more elbow room."> FLINT1:177-78

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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<He had first been led to the cuntry by that spirit of the hunter, which in him amounted almost to a passion.> FLINT1:171

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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<He assumes such an entire satisfaction along with them, and they are so naturally delighted with such a mighty hunter, and such a free and fortunate spirit, that they are charmed, and deceived into a confidence that he is really at home with them, and would not escape if he could. It is probable, too, that his seeming satisfaction is not altogether affected. The Indian way of life is the way of his heart. It is almost one thing to him, so that he wanders in the woods with expert hunters, whether he takes his diversion with the whites or the Indians.> Flint, INDIAN WARS OF THE WEST (1833), quoted in FLINT1:110n


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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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In INDIAN WARS OF THE WEST (1833), Flint refers to Filson's book as an "exaggerated and sophomorical account" of DB's life. Yet the two approaches were very similar. Both men see a similar historical process in which civilization brings benefits which are placed in explicit contrast to the evils of a more primitive state. And both authors present DB as a man proud of his role as godfatgher to civilization. Folsom in FLINT1:14-16

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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Here is his moral tale: "The reader, when he compares his own comfortable state with the hardship and deprivation endured by the pioneers, cannot escape the conclusion that the course of history consits of the inevitable unfolding in the world at large of general laws beneficial to mankind." Folsom in FLINT1:14

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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<We have striven hard not to bury the memory of our pioneer in that most revolting of all sepulchers, a dull biography. From that grave there is not resurrection, and its best hope is utter oblivion.> FLINT:26

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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FLINT Interprets the West absolutely in terms of the idea of progress. The West becomes most desirable as it approaches conditions in the East. Life becomes more desirable as human surroundings grow more civilized. In this regard he offers a clear contrast to the "primitivism" of an author such as Cooper, who uses Natty Bumpo to criticize society. In the DB bio, DB is a willing servant of society, proud of his role as pathfinder for the more sophisticated social order to follow. Folsom in FLINT:12-13

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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Although practically unknown today, he was an important literary figure in the first half of the 19th century: editor for a time of the prestigious NY KNICKERBOCKER, the geographer-historian author of A CONDENSED GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY OF THE WESTERN STATES (1828) and THE HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY OF THE MISSISIPPI VALLEY (1832), and the novelist of several works including FRANCIS BERRIAN (1826) which was, in its day, highly regarded. Folsom in FLINT1:7

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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His bio of DB was the most widely read popular biography of the early 19th century. Was as much a work of imagination (or what Flint would have called "sentiment") as of history. Folsom in FLINT1:8

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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The most successful of Western regional writers of the early 19th century living in the West and writing primarily on Western themes and subjects. Was born in 1780 in MA; to OH in 1815, following an uncle who had gone in 1787. Trained at Harvard (1800) for the ministry; 12 yrs as pastor at Lunenburg MA; detested it and was detested; went West as missionary for Missionary Society of CT; resigned in 1818. Mostly associated with Cincinnati, from where he edited the WESTERN MONTHLY REVIEW (1827-30) Folsom in FLINT1:8

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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FLINT Met DB in 1816 in MO. Folsom in FLINT:8

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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Men change their place of abode from ambition or interest; women from affection.> FLINT1:41

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1967

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967)

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FLINT calls them a "mass of biped wolves." FLINT1:94

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