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Welcome Missouri. To. Night. Daniel Boone. LEAD MINING. 1650-1800. By: Devarshi Patra, Andrei Krozel, Umeera Farooq, and Shelby Pritt. ST.LOUIS. ST.CHARLES. By Devarshi Patra. Introduction. Daniel Boone was born in Berks County, Pennsylvania on November 2, 1734

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1650 1800
Daniel Boone



By: Devarshi Patra, Andrei Krozel, Umeera Farooq, and Shelby Pritt



  • Daniel Boone was born in Berks County, Pennsylvania on November 2, 1734
  • He was an explorer and pioneer.
  • He is mostly called “ The most famous pioneer and frontier hero there ever was.’’
  • When Daniel Boone was a kid he didn’t go to school. Instead he was taught at home by his parents.
  • At age 12 he was very good at hunting. He shot a bear once (When he was 12). Not many people could do that when they were 12.
  • When he was 16 he moved to North Carolina
  • Daniel spent most of his time hunting as an adult
  • He married Rebecca Bryan in 1756
  • Later he had 10 children
Coonskin CapExploring
  • Daniel Boone explored many places
  • Daniel Boone explored the Kentucky region when Kentucky wasn’t a state and the Appalachians
  • He always wore a coonskin cap when he explored and hunted
old life
Old Life
  • Daniel Boone spent the last 21 years of his life in Missouri
  • He died on September 26, 1820
  • He was 85
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l ead mining in missouri

Lead Mining In Missouri



By: Andrei Krozel

1719 1800
  • Philip Francis Renault looked for a place to mine for lead
  • Philip started lead mining in Missouri
  • Old Mines was opened for lead mining
  • Mine Renault was opened in Washington County
  • Sainte Genevieve was founded as a place for the transportation of lead down its river
  • The mine Renault was closed temporarily
what it was used for
What It Was Used For
  • It was used for a part of gasoline
  • It was used for paint
  • It was used for water pipes

lead pipe above

how it helped
How It Helped

It helped make money for things like

  • Roads
  • Railroads
  • Other expensive things
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St. Louis
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St. Charles

By Shelby Pritt

control of st charles
Control of St. Charles?
  • St. Charles was part of the Louisiana Territory.
  • At first, the French controlled the land.
  • After the Treaty of Paris in 1762, France gave the land to Spain.
  • Then, in 1800, Spain gave the land back to France.
  • In 1803, France sold the land to America as the Louisiana Purchase.
the settlement of st charles
The Settlement of St. Charles
  • Louis Blanchette was a French Canadian explorer who came to Missouri because he wanted to make a new settlement.
  • In 1765, he met Bernard Guillet, another French Canadian explorer, and they decided to make a settlement at St. Charles.
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Les Petites Cotes
  • Bernard called St. Charles “Les Petites Cotes”.
  • It means “the little hills” in French.
  • Louis Blanchette agreed to name the settlement that name.
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San Carlos
  • In 1791, the first church was built there. They named it San Carlos, and then they decided to name the town San Carlos, too.
  • Later, San Carlos was turned into St. Charles, which is San Carlos in English.
daniel boone
Daniel Boone
  • In 1799, Daniel Boone, a famous explorer, moved to what is now St. Charles County.
  • He built a log cabin there.
  • He settled in Missouri when he was 65 years old.
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