1939

John Bakeless, DANIEL BOONE (New York: W. Morrow & Co., 1939)

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Pennsylvania
WilderLiebe
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"The fascinating which the wilderness exercised on Daniel Boone to the end of his life began almost as early as his knowledge of Indians." Hunting, solitude. "Year after year, from about the time Daniel was ten years old, the boy and his mother used to take the cattle out in the grazing season and live there in a cabin, while Squire Boone stayed at home. . . . From the age of ten to sixteen, young Daniel did little but watch the cattle and roam the woods. The cows may sometimes have been neglected; Boone himself in after life attributed his love of the wild to the carefree roving of these early formative years." (BAKELESS:9; citing Draper:22C14) WILDERLIEBE PENNSYLVANIA

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