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People Who Have Helped to Shape Communities – Daniel Boone. TEKS 1AC. Daniel Boone grew up in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. He married and later moved his family to Virginia. Boone was only a halfhearted farmer. He really liked being in the wilderness.

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People Who Have Helped to Shape Communities – Daniel Boone

TEKS 1AC


  • Daniel Boone grew up in Pennsylvania and North Carolina.

  • He married and later moved his family to Virginia.


  • Boone was only a halfhearted farmer.

  • He really liked being in the wilderness.

  • He joined an expedition that explored the swampy

    interior of Florida.


Indiana

Ohio

Illinois

Kentucky

Tennessee

In 1767, he journeyed westward to the Cumberland River area of Kentucky and Tennessee.


In 1775, Boone helped negotiate a deal

between a land company and the Cherokee Indians.

The company got 20 million acres of land surrounded by the Ohio, Kentucky and Cumberland Rivers.

Settlers had no route into the new territory.

www.danielboonetrail.com


  • Daniel Boone and 30 other men bushwhacked, burned, and hacked out the Wilderness Road.

  • Wilderness Road

    • 250-mile-long

    • over the Blue Ridge Mountains and through the Cumberland Gap

    • near what is now the borders of Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee.


Wilderness Road


  • Boone and his family settled in what became Kentucky.

  • He had opened up the way for all the settlers who streamed into Kentucky.


United Streaming

  • “Daniel Boone Explores Kentucky” 1:16 http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=A60E2BCE-D5EE-4D47-8BA1-DFCBB8AF3B23

  • “Wilderness Road” 1:13 http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=97EB2FC6-91E3-4E3B-AA10-8FD214AEFCFE

  • “Cities Established in Kentucky” 1:58 http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=A60E2BCE-D5EE-4D47-8BA1-DFCBB8AF3B23

  • “The Adventures of Daniel Boone” 2:35 http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=C5EEE626-B056-4D80-9CE3-7A99C49A7E2F


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