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

John D. Shane interview with Samuel Potts Pointer, ca. 1840s: Was in Limestone in the early '90s, by which time DB was already in Kanahwa. <Thos. Boon lived just above the [Limestone] Creek, a few hundred yards, in a red house. The place became a landing.> <Jacob Boon lived in Limestone, right at the corner; right next [to] the mouth of the Creek. He had a warehouse, into which he used to load and unload boats out of the Creek. The house was frame. The bank of the river broke, & the house fell in. I was there when the bank had broken away more than 1/2 way. The lost the lst row of houses there at M[aysville]. They had just left room for a wagon to pass between them & the river, but the bank was falling in continually.> 12CC249

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