1974

Carolyn Smith, "The Literary Image of Daniel Boone: A Changing Heroic Ideal in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Popular Literature" (Ph.D. thesis, Department of English, University of Utah, 1974)

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Boone Captivity 2
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Flint, Peck, and Ellis assert that DB constantly occupied with his escape; Bogart and Abbott that he [in Abbott's words] had "real sympathy for the savages, being fully conscious of the wrongs which were often inflicted upn them and which goaded their untamed natures to fearful barbarities." [John Stevens Cabot Abbott, DANIEL BOONE, THE PIONEER OF KENTUCKY {NY: Dodd & Mead, 1872}:198]. (SMITH2:35)

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