The Adventures of Daniel Boone

The Kentucky rifleman

Author: Uncle Philip (Francis Lister Hawks)
Published: 1843
Language: English
Wordcount: 38,427 / 115 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 79
LoC Categories: D, CT
Downloads: 7,113
Added to site: 2008.12.07
mnybks.net#: 22782
Origin: gutenberg.org
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supporter of the household. In this way years rolled onward--the farm still enlarging and improving, Daniel still hunting, and the home one of constant peace, happiness, and plenty.

At length the story of the success and comfort of the family brought neighbors around them. Different parts of the forests began to be cleared; smoke was soon seen rising from new cabins; and the sharp crack of other rifles than Daniel's was sometimes heard in the morning. This grieved him sadly. Most people would have been pleased to find neighbors in the loneliness of the woods; but what pleased others did not please him. They were crowding upon him; they were driving away his game: this was his trouble. But, after all, there was one good farmer who came into the region and made his settlement; which settlement, as it turned out, proved a happy thing for Daniel. This was a very worthy man named Bryan. He cleared his land, built his cabin upon a sloping hill, not very far from Mr. Boone's, and before a great while, by dint

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