On the Kentucky Frontier

by James Otis

In the history of our country there is no more thrilling story than that of the work done on the Mississippi river by a handful of frontiersmen, Mr. Otis takes the reader on that famous expedition from the arrival of Major Clarke's force at Corn Island, until Kasbaskia was captured. He relates that part of Simon Kenton's life history which is not usually touched upon either by the historian or the story teller. This is one of the most entertaining books for young people which has been published.

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excellent
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