Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series CC, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin)

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Kentuck Remove 3
Tory Sympathy
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or thereabouts John D. Shane interview with William Clinkinbeard, ca: 1843-49: <Pressly Anderson was barefooted & bare-legged -- rolled up his pantaloons. His wife was walking & carrying her child. They passed us pretty nigh every day. Yes, I expect a good deal more [came out] that year [1779?] than for the next 7. . . . Everybody coming to Ky. Could hardly get along the road for them. And all grand tories, pretty nigh. All from Carolina, tories. Had been treated so bad there, they had to run off or do worse.> 11CC55

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