1939

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

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Winter 1773 B family lived with Captain David Gass in the Clinch River settlement. Daniel Trabue: "I have a distinct recollection of seeing Boone at my father's camp, on Reedy Creek, of Holston, in company with a tall young man named Crabtree, and some others -- I think it must have [been] in 1773. Boone was dressed in deer-skin colored black, and had his hair plaited and clubbed up, and was on his way to or from Powell's Valley." Always wore his hair this way: braided (plaited) and massed (clubbed) at the back of the head. (BAKELESS:74, citing Draper 57J) KENTUCKREMOVE1 APPEARANCE

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