Daniel Boone's Great Escape

Daniel Boone's Great Escape

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While out hunting buffalo one day, the great Wild West explorer Daniel Boone was captured by powerful Shawnee warriors. Enraged by the settlers' murder of one of their own, the Shawnee chief decided to take Boone hostage as revenge. Even though he was eventually adopted by the Shawnee and grew accustomed to their way of life, Boone was constantly concerned about the safety of his family and friends. So when he heard that the Shawnee were preparing to attack the settlers in an attempt to regain their land, Boone decided to escape. Over four long days, he navigated the cruel landscape-crossing wide rivers, hiding in tall grass or trees, covering his footsteps at every turn, and never looking back but all the while knowing that the angry warriors were in hot pursuit.
This little-known episode from the life of one of our most famous Western heroes provides a balanced look at a difficult time in our history, while presenting a stunning act of courage that will keep young readers on the edge of their seats.

Publisher: New York : Walker & Co., 2008.
ISBN: 9780802795816
0802795811
9780802795823
080279582X
Branch Call Number: J 976.9 Spradlin
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,29 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hoyt, Ard

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