A legendary pathfinder, intrepid adventurer, market hunter, wilderness scout, master woodsman, expert marksman, Indian fighter, militia leader, surveyor, land speculator, judge, sheriff, coroner, elected legislator, merchant, tavern keeper and prisoner of war – Daniel Boone led one of the most eventful lives in American history.  Love of exploration, skill in the outdoors, facility with native peoples and dignity in the face of death made him a folk hero.  In this compelling portrayal, we find our favorite frontiersman reliving years filled with adventure, hardship and danger – losing two sons and a brother in his attempts to settle Kentucky, rescuing his kidnapped daughter, surviving a court-martial and later acquitted of treason, as well as defeating a Shawnee siege through pure courage and cunning.  Boone’s astonishing life proves far stranger and more fascinating than the myths surrounding him. 

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