Daniel Boone Research Paper

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Dylan Krutsinger
Mrs. Harms
English 1
27 October 2016
The Rise and Fall of Daniel Boone Daniel Boone was one of America’s favourite Hunters, trappers and survivalists who was held captive by natives, but escaped after four weeks. Squire Boone (Daniels father ) lived in England, but moved to Pennsylvania where he meets his wife in 1713. Daniel is born on the 2nd of november, 1734. Daniel “tends the family’s cattle and often wanders into the woods” (Daniel Boone Homestead). Boone was given his first gun when he was 13 years old and hunts with it almost every day. Boones family leaves Pennsylvania in 1750 and settled in North Carolina on the Yadkin River in 1755. In the same year of 1755 Boone served in the Braddock’s army near Pittsburgh

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