Digitizing Daniel Boone

"40th Meeting Missouri River Basin Inter-Agency Committee" 5/18/1950, Missouri Historical Society (1 Note)

"Amending the National Trails System Act," HOUSE REPORT 98-719, 98TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION (2 Notes)

"Amending the National Trails System Act," SENATE REPORT 98-557, 98TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION (1 Note)

"Daniel Boone and the Frankfort Cemetery," KHS Register 50 (1952) (11 Notes)

"Daniel Boone," Missouri Historical Review 24 (1929): 337-38 (1 Note)

"Fulton EVENING GAZETTE, 10/11/1926," MHR 21 (1927) (1 Note)

"Haldiman Papers," Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society, HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS 19 (1892) (1 Note)

"Haldiman Papers," Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society, HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS 9 (1886) (3 Notes)

"The Autobiography of Thomas Ewing," edited by Clement L. Martzolff, OHIO ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL QUARTERLY 22 (1913) (1 Note)

"The Daniel Boone Homeplace," Davidson County NC: A Report from the Department of Archives and History to the Historic Sites Advisory Committee, April 25, 1966 (6 Notes)

"The Haldiman Papers," Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society, HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS 10 (1888) (3 Notes)

[Louise C. Drake,] KENTUCKY IN RETROSPECT: NOTEWORTHY PERSONAGES AND EVENTS IN KENTUCKY HISTORY, 1792-1942 (n.p.: Sesquicentennial Commission, Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1942) (1 Note)

[Portrait of Daniel Boone], Pictorial Department, Missouri Historical Society (1 Note)

A. G. Boone to the editors of the CLARK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, 3/26/1877, reprinted in MHR 30 (1935-36) (2 Notes)

A. P. Nasatir, ed., BEFORE LEWIS AND CLARK: DOCUMENTS ILLUSTRATING THE HISTORY OF THE MISSOURI, 1785-1804 (St. Louis: St. Louis Documents Foundation, 1952). (5 Notes)

ABRIDGEMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS FROM 1789 TO 1850 (New York: D. Appleton, 1851) 4 (1 Note)

Adelaide L. Fries, RECORDS OF THE MORAVIANS IN NORTH CAROLINA. PUBLICATIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION. 2 volumes (Raleigh: State Printers, 1922) (37 Notes)

Alexander W. Allison, ed., THE NORTON ANTHOLOGY OF POETRY (New York: W. W. Norton, 1983) (1 Note)

Allan M. Trout, "Here Lies Daniel Boone. Or Does He?" Courier-Journal Magazine, 6/8/1969 (5 Notes)

AMERICAN ARCHIVES 4th series (5 Notes)

AMERICAN STATE PAPERS. PUBLIC LANDS (Washington D.C.: Gales and Seaton, 1834) (10 Notes)

Amy Clifford, "The Authentic Image of Daniel Boone," MISSOURI HISTORICAL REVIEW (1988), 153-64 (6 Notes)

ANNALS OF CONGRESS 13th Congress (1813-1815) (1 Note)

Archer Butler Hulbert, BOONE'S WILDERNESS ROAD. HISTORIC HIGHWAYS OF AMERICA, VOLUME 6 (1902-05; reprint New York: AMS Press, 1971) (3 Notes)

Archibald Henderson Collection, Papers and Materials Relating to Daniel Boone, North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina (55 Notes)

Archibald Henderson, "Daniel Boone Only the Agent," in the NORTH CAROLINA REVIEW 1 (October 1910) (1 Note)

Archibald Henderson, "Richard Henderson and the Occupation of Kentucky, 1775," MVHR (1914), 349-63 (8 Notes)

Archibald Henderson, "The Creative Forces in Westward Expansion: Henderson and Boone," AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 20 (1914) 86-107 (29 Notes)

Archibald Henderson, "The Transylvania Company Study in Personnel: James Hogg," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 21 (1947) 3-21 (2 Notes)

Archibald Henderson, BOONE BULLETIN 2, no. 10-11 (1934) (1 Note)

Archibald Henderson, THE TRANSYLVANIA COMPANY AND THE FOUNDING OF HENDERSON, KY (n.p.: n.p., [1929]) (3 Notes)

Arnold Krupat, "American Autobiography: The Western Tradition," GEORGIA REVIEW 35 (1981) 307-17 (6 Notes)

Arthur K. Moore, THE FRONTIER MIND (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1957) (24 Notes)

Arville L. Funk, SQUIRE BOONE IN INDIANA (Chicago: Adams Press, 1974) (1 Note)

Author's Notes (11 Notes)

Author's Notes (Abbreviations) (1 Note)

Author's Notes (Bibliography) (3 Notes)

Author's Notes (Chronology) (2 Notes)

Author's Notes (Correspondence) (1 Note)

Author's Notes (Images) (1 Note)

Author's Notes (Site Visit) (1 Note)

Bailyn, PEOPLING OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, 116; quoting THE COLONIAL AND STATE RECORDS OF NORTH CAROLINA, ed William L. Saunders et al. (Raleigh, 1886-1914) 1 (1 Note)

Bernard Bailyn, VOYAGERS TO THE WEST: A PASSAGE IN THE PEOPLING OF AMERICA ON THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTION (New York: Knopf, 1986) (4 Notes)

Billy Dixon, THE LIFE OF BILLY DIXON (Guthrie, OK: Cooperative Publishing Co., 1914) (1 Note)

Boone Biographical File, Kentucky Historical Society (17 Notes)

Boone Papers, Missouri Historical Society (2 Notes)

Byron (1 Note)

C. Frank Dunn, "Boone Station Site," Kentucky Historical Society REGISTER 41 (1943) (1 Note)

C. Frank Dunn, "Daniel Boone's '400 Acre Settlement'," Kentucky Historical Register 44 (1946) (1 Note)

C. Richard Arena, "Land Settlement Policies and Practices in Spanish Louisiana," THE SPANISH IN THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, 1762-1804 (1974), 51-61 (1 Note)

CALENDAR OF VIRGINIA STATE PAPERS 3 (Richmond, 1883; reprint New York: Kraus, 1868) (30 Notes)

CALENDAR OF VIRGINIA STATE PAPERS 4 (2 Notes)

Calendar of Virginia State Papers 5 (7 Notes)

Calendar of Virginia State Papers 6 (1886, reprint New York: Kraus, 1868) (2 Notes)

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) (34 Notes)

Charles A. Hanna, THE WILDERNESS TRAIL, OR THE VENTURES AND ADVENTURES OF THE PENNSYLVANIA TRADERS ON THE ALLEGHENY PATH, WITH SOME NEW ANNALS OF THE OLD WEST, AND THE RECORDS OF SOME STRONG MEN AND SOME BAD ONES, 2 vols. (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1911) (42 Notes)

Charles M. Knapp, "Daniel Boone and Kentucky," THE KENTUCKIAN-CITIZEN, 3/27/1935 (4 Notes)

Charles McKnight, OUR WESTERN BORDER, ITS LIFE, FORAYS, SCOUTS, COMBATS, MASSACRES, RED CHIEFS, ADVENTURES, CAPTIVITIES, PIONEER WOMEN, ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO . . . (Philadelphia: J. C. McCurdy, 1876) (4 Notes)

Charles Salvatore Grippi, "The Daniel Boone Legend" (M.A. thesis, Washington University, St. Louis, 1953) (4 Notes)

Charles van Ravenswaay, "The Nathan Boone House," typescript, circa 1956, Van Ravenswaay Collection, Missouri Historical Society (1 Note)

Charles W. Bryan, Jr., "Flanders Callaway, A Frontier Type," MHS COLLECTIONS 6 (1928):1-17 (2 Notes)

Chester Harding, Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society (1 Note)

Chester Raymond Young, ed. WESTWARD INTO KENTUCKY: THE NARRATIVE OF DANIEL TRABUE (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1981 [1827]) (24 Notes)

Clarence Walworth Alvord, "Daniel Boone," American Mercury 8 (1926), 266-70 (7 Notes)

Clipping, Stephens Museum, Central Methodist College (5 Notes)

Clippings, Boone Biographical File, Kentucky Historical Society (5 Notes)

Colonial Office Records from the Canadian Archives, Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society, HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS 24 (1895): 34-38 (1 Note)

COLONIAL RECORDS OF NORTH CAROLINA 5:25 (1 Note)

Compilation using "Pioneers at Fort Boonesborough," appendix in William Ellis, et. al, MADISON COUNTY: 200 YEARS IN RETROSPECT ([Richmond, KY]: Madison County Historical Society, 1985) (26 Notes)

Cumberland Gap Phrase (1 Note)

D. H. Lawrence, "American Heroes," The Nation 112 (1926) (1 Note)

D. H. Lawrence, STUDIES IN CLASSIC AMERICAN LITERATURE (New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1923) (3 Notes)

Daniel Boone Collection, Manuscripts, Filson Club, Louisville (9 Notes)

Daniel Boone Collection, Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society (1 Note)

David I. Bushnell, Jr., "Daniel Boone at Limestone, 1786-1787," VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY 25 (1917) 1-11 (12 Notes)

David I. Bushnell, Jr., NATIVE VILLAGES AND VILLAGE SITES EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY. BULLETIN 69 (Washington: GPO, 1919) (1 Note)

David Meriwether and Griffen Robert A., MY LIFE IN THE MOUNTAINS AND ON THE PLAINS(Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1965) (1 Note)

Douglas S. Watson, ed., JOHN BRADFORD'S HISTORICAL &C. NOTES ON KENTUCKY (San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1932) (3 Notes)

Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series A, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin) (6 Notes)

Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series B, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin) (423 Notes)

Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series C, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin) (985 Notes)

Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series CC, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin) (166 Notes)

Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series S, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin) (307 Notes)

Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series X, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin) (6 Notes)

E. G. Cattermole, FAMOUS FRONTIERSMEN, PIONEERS AND SCOUTS: THE ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY (1884; reprinted, Tarrytown, NY: William Abbatt, 1926) (7 Notes)

Edmund Flagg, THE FAR WEST: OR, A TOUR BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS [1838]. EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS, 1748-1846, edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites (Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1906) (1 Note)

Edna Kenton, SIMON KENTON: HIS LIFE AND PERIOD, 1755-1836 (Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1930) (2 Notes)

Eleanor Flexner, MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT: A BIOGRAPHY (New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegen, 1972) (1 Note)

Elizabeth French Boyd, BYRON'S DON JUAN: A CRITICAL STURY (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1945) (2 Notes)

Elizabeth Moize, "Daniel Boone: First Hero of the Frontier," National Geographic (1985), 812-841 (10 Notes)

Ellen Eslinger, "Migration and Kinship ont he Trans-Appalachian Frontier: Strode's Station, Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 62 (1988): 52-65 (2 Notes)

Eugene Morrow Violette, "Spanish Land Claims in Missouri," Washington University Studies 8, no. 2 (1921), 167-200 (9 Notes)

FAVORITE POEMS OLD AND NEW, SELECTED FOR BOYS AND GIRLS BY HELEN FERRIS (New York: Doubleday, 1957) (1 Note)

Floyd C. Shoemaker, "Daniel Boone," MHR 21 (1926) 208-14 (1 Note)

Fortesque Cuming, SKETCHES OF A TOUR TO THE WESTERN COUNTRY THROUGH THE STATES OF OHIO AND KENTUCKY [1810]. EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS, 1746-1848 (Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1904), 4 (2 Notes)

Francis Baily and Holmes Jack D. L., JOURNAL OF A TOUR IN UNSETTLED PARTS OF NORTH AMERICA IN 1796 & 1797 (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1969) (2 Notes)

Fredrika Johanna Teute, Land, Liberty, and Labor in the Post-Revolutionary Era: Kentucky as the Promised Land (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988) (26 Notes)

G. F. Emerson, "Notes on Gilbert Imlay, Early American Writer," PMLA 39 (1924) 406-39 (7 Notes)

G. Glenn Clift, HISTORY OF MAYSVILLE AND MASON COUNTY (Lexington: Transylvania Printing Company, 1936) (2 Notes)

George Dekker, "Last of the Mohicans," George Dekker and McWilliams John P., Fenimore Cooper: The Critical Heritage(London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1973) 23 (1973) (4 Notes)

George H. Maurice, DANIEL BOONE IN NORTH CAROLINA (Eagle Springs, NC: Privately Printed, 1959) (8 Notes)

George R. Stewart, American Place-Names (1 Note)

GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS, 1771-1781. COLLECTIONS OF THE ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL LIBRARY 3 (4 Notes)

George W. Ranck, BOONESBOROUGH: ITS FOUNDING, PIONEER STRUGGLES, INDIAN EXPERIENCES, TRANSYLVANIA DAYS, AND REVOLUTIONARY ANNALS (Louisville: The Filson Club, 1901) (136 Notes)

Glen Goellner, THE SAGA OF A MAN AND A HOUSE (Daniel Boone Shrine Association, St. Charles MO, [1956]) (2 Notes)

Gorham B. Munson, 1928, in Charles Thomlinson, ed., WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS: A CRITICAL ANTHOLOGY (Middlesex, England: Penguin, 1972) (1 Note)

H. Calkins, Missouri Historical Review 4 (1909) 44 (1 Note)

Handbook of North American Indians: Northeast (25 Notes)

HARDESTY'S HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA. SPECIAL HISTORY OF THE VIRGINIAS. OUTLINE MAPS AND HISTORIES OF MASON AND PUTNAM COUNTIES, WEST VIRGINIA. (Chicago: H. H. Hardesty, 1883) (7 Notes)

Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974) (48 Notes)

Helen Hornbeck Tanner, ed., ATLAS OF GREAT LAKES INDIAN HISTORY (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987). (30 Notes)

Henry Nash Smith, VIRGIN LAND: THE AMERICAN WEST AS SYMBOL AND MYTH (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1950) (14 Notes)

HISTORIC HOUSES OF MISSOURI, Missouri Historical Society (2 Notes)

HISTORY OF JACKSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS (Philadelphia: Brink, McDonough & Co, 1878) (1 Note)

Hofstadter, America at 1750: A Social Portrait (1 Note)

Howard Lamar, ed., Reader's Encyclopedia of the American West (5 Notes)

Humphrey Marshall, THE HISTORY OF KENTUCKY (Frankfort: Geo. S. Robinson, 1824; original ed. 1812) (2 Notes)

INDIAN WARS OF THE WEST (Cincinnati: E. H. Flint, 1833) (12 Notes)

Isaac C. Sutton, "Daniel Boone's Birthplace," PENNSYLVANIA PARK NEWS, April-May 1949 (1 Note)

J. Winston Coleman, Jr., JOHN FILSON, ESQ. KENTUCKY'S FIRST HISTORIAN AND CARTOGRAPHER (Lexington: Winburn Press, 1954) (7 Notes)

J.R. Cooper, in LEXINGTON HERALD, 5/4/1924 (37 Notes)

Jack M. Sosin, ed., THE OPENING OF THE WEST (Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1969) (9 Notes)

Jack M. Sosin, THE REVOLUTIONARY FRONTIER, 1763-1783 (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967) (50 Notes)

Jack Myers and Roger Weingarten, NEW AMERICAN POETS OF THE 80S (Green Harbor, MA: Wampeter Press, 1984) (1 Note)

James Alexander Robertson, LOUISIANA UNDER THE RULE OF SPAIN, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED STATES, 1785-1807 (Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1911) 2 (1 Note)

James D. Wallace, EARLY COOPER AND HIS AUDIENCE (NY: Columbia UP, 1986) (3 Notes)

James K. Folsom, TIMOTHY FLINT (NY: Twayne Publishers, 1965) (1 Note)

James W. Wall, HISTORY OF DAVIE COUNTY IN THE FORKS OF THE YADKIN (Spartanburg, South Carolina: The Reprint Company, 1985) (5 Notes)

James W. Wall, Martin Flossie, and Boone Howell, THE SQUIRE, DANIEL AND JOHN BOONE FAMILIES IN DAVIE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA(Mocksville, NC: Davie Printing Co., 1982) (15 Notes)

James William Hagy, "The First Attempt to Settle Kentucky: Boone in Virginia," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 44 (1970) 227-34 (14 Notes)

Joe Creason, "Daniel Boone: A Kentucky Hero?" JOURNAL-COURIER MAGAZINE 12/9/1962 (1 Note)

Joe Nickell, "Daniel Boone Fakelore," Joe Nickell and Fischer John F., THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY (1988), 442-466 (6 Notes)

John A. McClung, SKETCHES OF WESTERN ADVENTURE; CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF THE MOST INTERESTING INCIDENTS CONNECTED WITH THE SETTLEMENT OF THE WEST, FROM 1755 TO 1794 (Dayton, Ohio: Ells, Claflin & Co., 1847) (5 Notes)

John Bakeless, DANIEL BOONE (New York: W. Morrow & Co., 1939) (226 Notes)

John Bradbury, TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF AMERICA [1819]. EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS, 1748-1846, edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites (Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1904), 5 (1 Note)

John Cook Wyllie, "Daniel Boone's Adventures in Charlottesville in 1781: Some Incidents Connected with Tarleton's Raid," MAGAZINE OF ALBEMARLE COUNTY HISTORY (?) (5 Notes)

John Filson Collection, Manuscripts, Filson Club, Louisville (2 Notes)

John Filson, THE DISCOVERY, SETTLEMENT AND PRESENT STATE OF KENTUCKE (original ed., 1784; reprinted New York: Corinth Books, 1962) (28 Notes)

John G. W. Dillin, THE KENTUCKY RIFLE (Washington: National Rifle Association of America, 1924) (6 Notes)

John Mason Brown, "The Kentucky Pioneers," HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE 75 (1887) 48-71 (2 Notes)

John Mason Brown, "The Kentucky Pioneers," HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE 75 (June 1887):48-71 (1 Note)

John Mason Peck, LIFE OF DANIEL BOONE, THE PIONEER OF KENTUCKY. THE LIBRARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY, conducted by Jared Sparks, second series, 8 (Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1847) (45 Notes)

John P. Arthur, "The Trail of Daniel Boone," SKY-LAND MAGAZINE, September 1914 (2 Notes)

John P. McWilliams, Jr., THE AMERICAN EPIC: TRANSFORMING A GENRE, 1770-1860 (Cambridge: Cambridge Univewrsity Press, 1989) (2 Notes)

John Walton, "Ghost Writer to Daniel Boone," AMERICAN HERITAGE 6 (October 1955):10-13, 97 (2 Notes)

John Walton, JOHN FILSON OF KENTUCKE (Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press, 1956) (48 Notes)

John Woods, TWO YEARS' RESIDENCE IN THE SETTLEMENT ON THE ENGLISH PRAIRIE IN THE ILLINOIS COUNTRY [1822]. EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS, 1748-1846, edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites (Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1904) 10 (1 Note)

Joseph Doddridge, NOTES ON THE SETTLEMENT AND INDIAN WARS OF THE WESTERN PARTS OF VIRGINIA AND PENNSYLVANIA [1824], in Samuel Kercheval, A HISTORY OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA (4th edition; Strasburg, Virginia: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1925) (13 Notes)

Julia Goode Eagan, "Daniel Boon's Father Owned Much N.C. Land," THE UPLIFT 24 (11/7/1936) (1 Note)

Kathryn Harrod Mason, JAMES HARROD OF KENTUCKY (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1971) (1 Note)

Kentucky Historical Society (2 Notes)

Larry Gara and Lord Clifford L., KEEPERS OF THE PAST (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1965) (4 Notes)

Lawrence Elliott, THE LONG HUNTER: A NEW LIFE OF DANIEL BOONE (New York: Reader's Digest Press, 1976) (206 Notes)

Leah Lipton, "Chester Harding and the Life Portrait of Daniel Boone," THE AMERICAN ART JOURNAL 16 (1984) 4-19 (7 Notes)

Letter of A. J. Coshow to THE REPUBLIC, marked 1894, in Misc. Clippings, Missouri Historical Society (1 Note)

Lewis Collins and Collins Richard H., HISTORY OF KENTUCKY, 2 vols. (Covington, KY: Collins & Co., 1878) (19 Notes)

Lexington Herald articles (mimeographed, 1958), Kentucky Historical Society (1 Note)

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER, 4/8/1991 (1 Note)

LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF COLONEL DANIEL BOON, THE FIRST WHITE SETTLER OF THE STATE OF KENTUCKY . . . ANNEXED IS AN EULOGY ON COL. BOONE, AND CHOICE OF LIFE, BY LORD BYRON (Brooklyn: Printed for C. Wilder, 1823; reprint, Heartman's Historical Series, 1916) (5 Notes)

Lilian Hays Oliver, SOME BOONE DESCENDANTS AND KINDRED OF THE ST. CHARLES DISTRICT (Burlington VT: Chedwato Service, 1964) (6 Notes)

Louis Pelzer, MARCHES OF THE DRAGOONS IN THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY (Iowa City: The State Historical Society of Iowa, 1917) (1 Note)

Louise Phelps Kellogg, "A Kentucky Pioneer Tells Her Story of Early Boonesborough and Harrodsburg," FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 3 (1929) 223-237 (4 Notes)

Louise Phelps Kellogg, "The Fame of Daniel Boone," in THE DANIEL BOONE BICENTENNIAL: REPORT OF THE DANIEL BOONE BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION TO THE 1936 GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF KENTUCKY (n.p.: n.p., n.d.) (22 Notes)

Louise Phelps Kellogg, ed., FRONTIER ADVANCE ON THE UPPER OHIO, 1778-1779 (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1916) (9 Notes)

Lucas Collection, Missouri Historical Society (1 Note)

Lucien Beckner, "Eskippakithiki: The Last Indian Town in Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 6 (1932) 355-82 (5 Notes)

Lucien Beckner, "John Findley: The First Pathfinder of Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 1 (1927) 111-22 (5 Notes)

Lyman C. Draper, KING'S MOUNTAIN AND ITS HEROES (Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, 1881) (1 Note)

M. M. Quaife, "Louis Lorimier," Missouri Historical Review 21 (1926) 616-18 (1 Note)

Mann Butler, VALLEY OF THE OHIO, edited by G. Glenn Clift and Hambleton Tapp (Frankfort: Kentucky Historical Society, 1971) (4 Notes)

Manuscripts, Filson Club, Louisville (2 Notes)

Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society (19 Notes)

Margaret Sutton, JEMIMA, DAUGHTER OF DANIEL BOONE (NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946) (3 Notes)

Marshall W. Fishwick, "Daniel Boone and the Pattern of the Western Hero," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 27 (1953) 119-138 (10 Notes)

Michael A. Lofaro, "The Eighteenth Century 'Autobiographies' of Daniel Boone," THE REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 76 (1978): 85-97 (9 Notes)

Michael A. Lofaro, "Tracking Daniel Boone: The Changing Frontier in American Life," THE REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 82 (1984) 321-33 (13 Notes)

Michael A. Lofaro, THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF DANIEL BOONE (Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1978) (14 Notes)

Millard Fillmore Stipes, GLEANINGS IN MISSOURI HISTORY (Jaamesport, MO: the author, 1904) (1 Note)

Misc. Clippings, Missouri Historical Society (1 Note)

Missouri Historical Review 11 (1916) 230-31 (1 Note)

Missouri Historical Review 23 (1928) 660 (1 Note)

Missouri Historical Society (7 Notes)

MISSOURI HISTORICAL SOCIETY COLLECTIONS 3 (1908-1911) (1 Note)

Mr. and Mrs. A. Ray Oliver, comps., MARRIAGE RECORDS IN THE RECORDERS OFFICE FOR ST. CHARLES DISTRICT (1805-1900) AND WARREN COUNTY, MISSOURI (1833-1882) (Burlington, VT: Chedwato Service, 1968) (1 Note)

Mrs. M. W. Donnally, "The Van Bibber Family," THE WEST VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE 3, no. 3 (1903), 213-226 (12 Notes)

National Register of Historic Places, Inventory-Nomination Form, obtained from State of Missouri, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation (6 Notes)

Neal O. Hammon, "John Filson's Error," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 59 (1985) 462-63 (1 Note)

Neal O. Hammon, "Pioneers in Kentucky, 1773-1775," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 55 (1981) 268-83 (2 Notes)

Neal O. Hammon, "The First Trip to Boonesborough," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 45 (1971) 249-63 (3 Notes)

Neal O. Hammon, "The Legend of Daniel Boone's Cabin at Harrodsburg," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 48 (1974): 241-52. (6 Notes)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 10 (6/15/1816) (1 Note)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 15 (11/7/1818) (1 Note)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 15 (12/26/1818) (1 Note)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 15 (9/19/1818) (1 Note)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 19 (11/18/1820) (1 Note)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 19 (11/4/1820) (1 Note)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 24 (4/5/1823) (1 Note)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 24 (5/17/1823) (1 Note)

NILES WEEKLY REGISTER 4 (3/13/1813) (1 Note)

Orlando Brown Papers, Manuscripts, Filson Club, Louisville (6 Notes)

Otto A. Rothert, "Shane, the Western Collector," FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUATERLY 4 (1930) 1-16 (5 Notes)

Patrick Henry, Land Grant; Manuscripts, Filson Club, Louisville (2 Notes)

Paul A. W. Wallace, DANIEL BOONE IN PENNSYLVANIA (Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1967). (11 Notes)

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES 1st series (Philadelphia: Joseph Severns, 1852) 1 (1 Note)

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES 2d series (Harrisburg: E. K. Meyers, State Printer, 1890) 19 (2 Notes)

Percy St. John, QUEEN OF THE WOODS; OR, THE SHAWNEE CAPTIVE. A ROMANCE OF THE OHIO (New York: Beadle, 1868) (1 Note)

Percy St. John, QUEEN OF THE WOODS; OR, THE SHAWNEE CAPTIVE. A ROMANCE OF THE OHIO (New York: Beadle, 1868) (1 Note)

PORT FOLIO 15 (1823) (2 Notes)

POST-DISPATCH 7/9/1937 (2 Notes)

POST-DISPATCH 9/13/1987 (1 Note)

R. C. Ballard Thruston, "Filson's History and Map of Kentucky," FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 8 (1934) (3 Notes)

R. C. Ballard Thurston, "Filson's History and Map of Kentucky," FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 8 (1934) 1-38 (1 Note)

R. W. Gibbes, ed., DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION . . . 1776-1782 (New York, 1857), 2 (1 Note)

Ralph Leslie Rusk, "The Adventures of Gilbert Imlay," INDIANIA UNIVERSITY STUDIES 10 (1923) (1 Note)

Ralph W. Beiting, DANIEL BOONE: SOLDIER OF THE REVOLUTION (Jefferson City, MO: the author, 1977) (1 Note)

Randolph C. Downes, COUNCIL FIRES ON THE UPPER OHIO: A NARRATIVE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS IN THE UPPER OHIO VALLEY UNTIL 1795 (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1940) (65 Notes)

Reginald Horsman, THE FRONTIER IN THE FORMATIVE YEARS, 1783-1815 (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970) (4 Notes)

Removal of Boone Remains, Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society (10 Notes)

Report of House of Representatives Committee, 8/1/1850 (1 Note)

Reuben Gold Thwaites and Kellogg Louise Phelps, DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF DUNMORE'S WAR, 1774 (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1905) (102 Notes)

Reuben Gold Thwaites and Kellogg Louise Phelps, FRONTIER DEFENSE ON THE UPPER OHIO, 1777-1778 (Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society , 1912) (2 Notes)

Reuben Gold Thwaites and Kellogg Louise Phelps, THE REVOLUTION ON THE UPPER OHIO, 1775-1777(Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1908) (3 Notes)

Reuben T. Durrett Collection of Boone Family Papers 1775-1898 (19 Notes)

Reuben T. Durrett, JOHN FILSON, THE FIRST HISTORIAN OF KENTUCKY: AN ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE AND WRITINGS, PRINCIPALLY FROM ORIGINAL SOURCES (Louisville: Filson Club, 1884) (24 Notes)

Richard J. Hooker, ed., THE CAROLINA BACKCOUNTRY ON THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTION: THE JOURNAL AND OTHER WRITINGS OF CHARLES WOODMASON, ANGLICAN ITINERANT (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1953) (2 Notes)

Richard Slotkin, REGENERATION THROUGH VIOLENCE: THE MYTHOLOGY OF THE AMERICAN FRONTIER, 1600-1860 (Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1973) (48 Notes)

Richard White, THE MIDDLE GROUND: INDIANS, EMPIRES, AND REPUBLICS IN THE GREAT LAKES REGION, 1650-1815 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991) (16 Notes)

Robert Emmett McDowell, "Daniel Boone: A Kentucky Myth?" THE COURIER-JOURNAL MAGAZINE 12/2/1962 (5 Notes)

Robert M. Addington, HISTORY OF SCOTT COUNTY, VIRGINIA (Kingsport, Tennessee: privately printed, 1932) (25 Notes)

Robert T. Bray, "Boone's Lick Salt Works, 1805-33," THE MISSOURI ARCHAEOLOGIST 48 (1987) 1-66 (1 Note)

Rolla P. Andrae, A TRUE, BRIEF HISTORY OF DANIEL BOONE (Defiance MO: The Daniel Boone Home, 1985). (56 Notes)

Roy Bird Cook, THE ANNALS OF FORT LEE (Charleston, WV: West Virginia Review Press, 1935) (14 Notes)

Roy T. King, "Portraits of Daniel Boone," MHR 33 (1938) 172-73 (1 Note)

Samuel M. Wilson, BATTLE OF THE BLUE LICKS, AUGUST 19, 1782 (Lexington KY: NP, 1927) (12 Notes)

Samuel M. Wilson, THE FIRST LAND COURT OF KENTUCKY (Lexington: Kentucky State Bar Association, 1923) (7 Notes)

SELECTED WORKS OF STEPHEN VINCENT BENET (NY: Farrar & Rinehart, 1942) (1 Note)

SENATE REPORT 98-557, 98TH CONGRESS, 2D SESSION (2 Notes)

Simon Kenton Collection, Manuscripts, Filson Club, Louisville (1 Note)

Special Collections, University of Kentucky (14 Notes)

SPEECH OF HON. SAMUEL HAYCRAFT, OF THE KENTUCKY SENATE, ON THE BILL TO ERECT A MONUMENT TO DANIEL BOONE AND WIFE (Louisville: Morton & Griswold, 1860) (1 Note)

Sports Illustrated 7/23/1990 (1 Note)

Squire Boone Collection, Manuscripts, Filson Club, Louisville (1 Note)

Squire Boone Family, Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society (1 Note)

Stephen A. Aron, "How the West was Lost: The Transformation of Kentucky from Daniel Boone to Henry Clay." (Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1990) (92 Notes)

Stephen Aron, "Pioneers and Profiteers: Land Speculation and the Homestead Ethic in Frontier Kentucky" (unpublished mss, 1991) (23 Notes)

Stephen Aron, "The Hunters of Kentucky: Backcountry, Frontier, and Transition Questions," unpublished mss, 1991 (21 Notes)

The Boone Family Papers, Missouri Historical Society (29 Notes)

THE BOONE SCOUT (Seattle, Washington) 3 (January 1959) (1 Note)

THE COLONIAL RECORDS OF NORTH CAROLINA (Raleigh: Josephus Daniels, Printer to the State, 1890) 10 (3 Notes)

THE JESS M. THOMPSON PIKE COUNTY HISTORY, AS PRINTED IN INSTALLMENTS IN THE PIKE COUNTY REPULICAN, PITTSFIELD, ILLINOIS, 1935-1939 (n.p. [Pittsfield, Illinois]: n.p. [Pike County Historical Society], n.d. [1967]) (27 Notes)

THE JOURNALS OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION, edited by Gary E. Moulton (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1986-) 2 (3 Notes)

THE JOURNALS OF ZEBULON MONTOGMERY PIKE, edited by Donald Jackson (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1966) (1 Note)

THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS: A SYSTEMATIC INDEX TO ALL OF THE LAND GRANTS RECORDED IN THE STATE LAND OFFICE AT FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY, 1782-1924. Filson Club Publications: No. 33 (3 Notes)

THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL REGISTER 4 (1851) (1 Note)

Thomas D. Clark, "Boone Day Speech, June 7, 1974: Boonesborough -- Outpost of the American Westward Movement," REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 391-97 (1 Note)

Thomas D. Clark, "Salt, a Factor in the Settlement of Kentucky," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 12 (1938) 42-52 (2 Notes)

Thomas D. Clark, A HISTORY OF KENTUCKY (New York: Prentice-Hall, 1937) (31 Notes)

Thomas D. Clark, KENTUCKY: LAND OF CONTRAST (New York: Harper & Row, 1968) (2 Notes)

Thomas D. Clark, THE RAMPAGING FRONTIER: MANNERS AND HUMORS OF PIONEER DAYS IN THE SOUTH AND THE MIDDLE WEST (Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1939) (7 Notes)

Thomas Julian Bryant, "Daniel Boone," Missouri Historical Review 6 (1911) 138-39 (1 Note)

Thomas Perkins Abernethy, Western Lands and the American Revolution (New York: Russell and Russell, 1959) (2 Notes)

Thomas W. Ferguson, DANIEL BOONE (n.p.: n.p., 1977) (2 Notes)

Thomas Wildcat Alford, CIVILIZATION, as told to Florence Drake (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1936). (27 Notes)

Timothy Flint and Folsom James K., BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF DANIEL BOONE: THE FIRST SETTLER OF KENTUCKY INTERSPERSED WITH INCIDENTS IN THE EARLY ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY(New Haven: College & University Press, 1967) (23 Notes)

United States Department of the Interior, National Parks Service, "Daniel Boone Draft Trail Study" (June 1982) (7 Notes)

Valentine Peers Collection, Manuscripts, Kentucky Historical Society (1 Note)

Vernon Kinietz and Voegelin Erminie W., SHAWNESE TRADITIONS: C. C. TROWBRIDGE'S ACCOUNT(Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1939) (27 Notes)

Virginia Hays Asbury and Albert N. Doerschuk, "The Boone, Hays and Berry Families of Jackson County," MHR 23 (1928-29):536-49 (4 Notes)

W. B. STEVENS SCRAPBOOK, Missouri Historical Society (1 Note)

W. C. Caywood Jr., "Boone in Missouri: 1800-1820," THE FILSON CLUB HISTORY QUARTERLY 38 (1964) 115-24 (4 Notes)

W. H. Bogart, DANIEL BOONE, AND THE HUNTERS OF KENTUCKY (Auburn, NY: Miller, Orton & Mulligan, 1854) (22 Notes)

W. H. Cody (Buffalo Bill), STORY OF THE WILD WEST AND CAMP-FIRE CHATS (Philadelphia: Historical Publishing Company, 1888) (5 Notes)

W. S. Laidley, "Daniel Boone in the Kanawha Valley," Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 2, no. 32 (1913), 9-12 (5 Notes)

Walter H. Hendricks, "Daniel Boone as a Virginian," BULLETIN (Historical Society of Washington County, Virginia) 2, no. 24 (1987) (8 Notes)

Walter Whipple Spooner, THE BACK-WOODSMEN OR, TALES OF THE BORDERS, A COLLECTION OF HISTORICAL AND AUTHENTIC ACCOUNTS OF EARLY ADVENTURE AMONG THE INDIANS (Cincinnati: W. E. Dibble, 1883) (2 Notes)

Wilbur S. Siebert, "Kentucky's Struggle with its Loyalist Proprietors," MHVR 7 (1920) 113-26 (7 Notes)

Willard Rouse Jillson, FILSON'S KENTUCKE: A FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION OF THE ORIGINAL WILMINGTON EDITION OF 1784, WITH PAGED CRITIQUE, SKETCH OF FILSON'S LIFE AND BIBLIOGRAPHY (Louisville: John P. Morton, 1930) (7 Notes)

Willard Rouse Jillson, OLD KENTUCKY ENTRIES AND DEEDS: A COMPLETE INDEX TO ALL OF THE EARLIEST LAND ENTRIES, MILITARY WARRANTS, DEEDS AND WILLS OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Filson Club Publications: No. 34 (Louisville: Standard Printing Company, 1926) (4 Notes)

Willard Rouse Jillson, PIONEER KENTUCKY: AN OUTLINE OF ITS EXPLORATION AND SETTLEMENT, ITS EARLY CARTOGRAPHY AND PRIMITIVE GEOGRAPHY COUPLED WITH A BRIEF PRESENTATION OF THE PRINCIPAL TRAILS, TRACES, FORTS, STATIONS, SPRINGS, LICKS, FORDS, AND FERRIES USED PRIOR TO THE YEAR 1800 (Frankfort: The State Journal Company, 1934). (6 Notes)

Willard Rouse Jillson, THE BOONE NARRATIVE: THE STORY OF THE ORIGIN AND DISCOVERY. . . (Louisville: Standard Printing Company, 1932) (4 Notes)

Willard Rouse Jillson, WITH COMPASS AND CHAIN: A BRIEF NARRATION OF THE ACTIVITIES OF COL. DANIEL BOONE AS A LAND SURVEYOR IN KENTUCKY (Frankfort: Roberts Printing Co., 1954) (7 Notes)

William Albert Galloway, OLD CHILLICOTHE: SHAWNEE AND PIONEER HISTORY. CONFLICTS AND ROMANCES IN THE NORTHWEST TERRITORY (Xenia, Ohio: The Buckeye Press, 1934) (53 Notes)

William B. Hesseltine, PIONEER'S MISSION: THE STORY OF LYMAN COPELAND DRAPER (Madison: The State Historical Sociey of Wisconsin, 1954) (26 Notes)

William Boone Douglas, "The Ancestry and Boyhood of Daniel Boone," KENTUCKY SCHOOL JOURNAL 13 (1934) 13-19, 63 (6 Notes)

William Carlos Williams, IN THE AMERICAN GRAIN (Norfolk, CT: New Directions, 1925) (10 Notes)

William Dodd Brown, "The Capture of Daniel Boone's Saltmakers: Fresh Perspectives from Primary Sources," THE REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 83 (1985) (9 Notes)

William Dodd Brown, ed., "The Capture of Daniel Boone's Saltmakers: Fresh Perspectives from Primary Sources," THE REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 83 (1985):1-18 (1 Note)

William E. Foley, THE GENESIS OF MISSOURI: FROM WILDERNESS OUTPOST TO STATEHOOD (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1989) (22 Notes)

William Faux, MEMORABLE DAYS IN AMERICA: BEING A JOURNAL OF A TOUR TO THE UNITED STATES [1823]. EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS, 1748-1846 (Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark company, 1905), 10 (1 Note)

William Gillmore Simms, "Daniel Boone -- The First Hunter of Kentucky," SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MAGAZINE AND REVIEW 1 (1845) 225-42 (4 Notes)

William H. Venable, THE BEGINNINGS OF LITERARY CULTURE IN THE OHIO VALLEY (Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., 1891):359, quoted in James K. Folsom, TIMOTHY FLINT (NY: Twayne Publishers, 1965) (1 Note)

William Ross Wallace, "Daniel Boone," FAVORITE POEMS OLD AND NEW, SELECTED FOR BOYS AND GIRLS BY HELEN FERRIS (New York: Doubleday, 1957): 428-30 (1 Note)

William S. Bryan and Robert Rose, A HISTORY OF THE PIONEER FAMILIES OF MISSOURI, WITH NUMEROUS SKETCHES, ANECDOTES, ADVENTURES, ETC., RELATING TO EARLY DAYS IN MISSOURI. ALSO THE LIVES OF DANIEL BOONE AND THE CELEBRATED INDIAN CHIEF BLACK HAWK, WITH NUMEROUS BIOGRAPHIES AND HISTORIES OF PRIMITIVE INSTITUTIONS (original St. Louis: Bryan, Brand & Co., 1876; facsimile edition, Columbia MO: Lucas Brothers, 1935), introduction and index by W. W. Elwang. (44 Notes)

William S. Bryan Papers, Missouri Historical Society (1 Note)

William S. Bryan, "Daniel Boone in Missouri," Missouri Historical Review 3 (1906) 97 (2 Notes)

William S. Bryan, "Daniel Boone in Missouri," Missouri Historical Review 4 (1909) 32-33 (1 Note)

William S. Bryan, "Daniel Boone," Missouri Historical Review 3 (1906) 90 (1 Note)

William S. Bryan, "Daniel Boone's Western "Palatinate," Missouri Historical Review 3 (1906) 198-99 (1 Note)

William Stewart Lester, THE TRANSYLVANIA COLONY (Spencer, Indiana: Samuel R. Guard, 1935) (35 Notes)











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