The adventures of Colonel Daniel Boon; one of the first settlers at Kentucke. Containing the wars with the Indians on the Ohio from 1769 to 1783 and the first establishment and progress of the settlement on that river, written by the Colonel himself. To which are added a narrative of the captivity and extraordinary escape of Mrs. Francis Scott, an inhabitant of Washington-County Virginia; who after the murder of her husband and children by the Indians was taken prisoner by them on the 29th of June, 1785.
- Filson, John, ca. 1747-1788.
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