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

Boone Manuscripts
Account to government, 10/15/1786: <State of Virgania Dr to Dal Boone for 19 galons of Whiskey Delivered to the Indins priseners on there first arrivel at Limeston ...... 3/0/0.> The Indian prisoners had begun to arrive in Limestone in 10/1786. In 2/1787 DB furnished a "Frenchman & Squaw," selected from among the Limestone captives to go back to the Shawnee towns with an offer of exchange, with one gun, two horses with saddles and bridles, a pound of powder, two pounds of lead, 20 pounds of bread, 20 pounds of beef, and two "gards" to protect them from possible harm from revenge-seeking Kentuckians; his bill also included charges of 1/4 "To 4 Days Diett" for them. citing BUSHNELL:1-11 in BAKELESS:318


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