Frankfort: A.G. Hodges, 1840. 181pp. Modern tooled calf, spine gilt, leather label. Modern bookplate on rear pastedown. Light toning. Internally very clean. In a cloth slipcase. Very good plus. An address commemorating Kentucky's first settlement, Boonsborough. Daniel Boone settled Boonsborough in 1775 in Madison County, Kentucky. The speech details the conflicts between Boone's party and the Indians of Kentucky, as well as describing Boone's leadership of the first settlers as they traveled through the disputed land. An appendix includes letters from various settlers recounting their experiences and struggles. HOWES M791, "aa." (Inventory #: WRCAM49596)
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