Cincinnati: Anderson, Gates & Wright, 1858. 252pp. 12mo. Original publisher's cloth, stamped blind, gilt spine. Cloth chipped on edges and spine, gnawed corner on lower back board. Modern bookplate on rear pastedown. Contemporary ownership inscription on frontispiece and titlepage. Light toning to edges, foxing throughout. About good. A later edition of Flint's biography of American pioneer, Daniel Boone, first published in 1833. Told in compelling prose, it follows Boone's exploration and settlement of Kentucky. In his adventures Boone is taken captive by Indians on several occasions, engages in armed conflict with Natives, and hunts big game. HOWES F199. (Inventory #: WRCAM49595)
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