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Daniel Boone (Coloring Book)

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Daniel Boone (Coloring Book)

by Peter Copeland


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Thirty lifelike, captioned drawings chronicle the adventure-packed life of the famed American hunter, trapper, and explorer. Realistic drawings depict Boone in his early years in the wild, withstanding Indian attacks, leading the way to Kentucky on the "Wilderness Road," volunteering to serve in the War of 1812, and more.


The man most responsible for settling Kentucky, frontiersman Daniel Boone (1734-1820) spent most of his life in the wild, exploring unmapped spaces. This collection of 30 captioned, realistic drawings depicts, among other scenes, the famous American pioneer captured by Shawnees (1769), blazing a trail known as the "Wilderness Road" (1775), leading settlers to Kentucky (1779), serving in the Virginia Assembly (1791), traveling with his extended family to Spanish-held Missouri (1799), and volunteering to serve in the War of 1812. Size 0.13" H x 10.72" L x 8.18" W, 32 pages

Additional Information

ISBN 9780486447384
Author Peter Copeland
Age Group 8-11
Book Type paperback

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