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Publisher : McFarland
Release : 2009-08-11
ISBN : 0786453893
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This is a collection of first-hand accounts that illuminate life on America’s trans–Appalachian frontier. The voices range from the legendary Daniel Boone (here, in its entirety, is Boone’s autobiography) to a wide array of ordinary settlers, and many of the stories are published here for the first time. Also included are historical and analytical essays that give context to each story, and numerous maps and illustrations.