1939

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

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Boone Captivity 2
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"What deceived Boone's enemies also deceived some of his friends. There was no chance for Boone to take his own men into his confidence. They had no knowledge of his plans. And his devious play-acting roused suspicions of his loyality. . . . Having been accepted as a friend, Boone was eager to keep up the pose. He joked and made friends with the warriors, and there may have been some surly and suspicious glances from the other whites at a leader who had first made them surrender to the redskins and now seemed to be on the best of terms with his savage captors." (BAKELESS:167,168)

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