5 edition of Simon Kenton, Kentucky scout found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 273-275.
|Statement||by Thomas D. Clark, illustrated by Edward Shenton.|
|LC Classifications||F517 .K35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 275 p. incl. front. (map)|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||43004854|
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Get this from a library! Simon Kenton, Kentucky scout. [Thomas Dionysius Clark; Edward Shenton; Melba Porter Hay] -- No part of American history is more exciting than the 's, when Europeans first settled west of the Appalachian mountains in the land now known as Kentucky. Simon Kenton's story is synonymous with. Simon Kenton, Kentucky Scout by Thomas Dionysius Clark (): Thomas Dionysius Clark: Books - ews:
Simon Kenton Kentucky Scout: Thomas Dionysius Clark, Edward Shenton, Melba Porter Hay: Books - This essential biography contains the following chapters: Introduction I. Kentucky the Strange Land II. Early Life and the Flight From Virginia () III. In Kentucky () IV. Lord Dunmore’s War () V. He Finds the Cane-Lands of Kentucky () VI. Kenton and Clark () VII. His Captivity and Escape () VIII.
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Well-documented account of the great Kentucky scout, companion of Boone and George Rogers Clark, which gives a vivid picture of early days along the Ohio, the evolutionary events around Fort Pitt, and the Indian troubles in that region.
Told as straight narrative without fictionalized dramatization of particular scenes — the writing is awkward at first but gathers power and intensity in the. Boy Scouts of America Simon Kenton Council # SIMON KENTON COUNCIL.
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Simon Kenton. In Kenton moved to Urbana, Ohio, where he achieved the rank of brigadier general of the state militia. He served in the War of as both a scout and as leader of a militia group in the Battle of the Thames in This was the battle in which the famous Indian chief Tecumseh was killed.
"Simon Kenton, Kentucky Scout" by Thomas D. Clark is an excellent book for young readers. My first attempt to read it, however, was met with frustration, because I was expecting a literate, historical account designed for a serious reader and student of history/5(3).
InSimon discovered that the man that he thought he had killed had actually lived, and therefore Simon Kenton was able to resume his own name once again. During the next several years Kenton lived a relatively quiet life.
He settled near Maysville, Kentucky, marrying Martha Dowden and purchasing some large tracts of land. This popup contains your top 10 most visited pages. Get quick access to your favorite links no matter where you are on Scoutbook. They're just a click away. Got it. - Buy Simon Kenton Kentucky Scout book online at best prices in India on Read Simon Kenton Kentucky Scout book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: "Simon Kenton, Kentucky Scout" by Thomas D.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Simon Kenton first came to Kentucky in as a teen fleeing justice. The land captivated his heart and he dedicated the next 28 years to helping settlers, fighting Indians, and scouting for famous military leaders/5(13).
I've already picked up many details about Simon Kenton's life that were not covered in Eckert's "The Frontiersman", also a great book. One warning, though, some of the writing in "Simon Kenton: His Life and Period" is not in modern English, not a problem for someone who grew up in the lower Ohio River Valley in an area that spoke a remnant of the old pioneer dialect, but possibly a /5(15).
In my book, Conflict at Chillicothe, Simon Kenton plays a key role. Simon kept many a Kentucky settler alive through his skill as a woodsman.
My character Joshua met this famous frontiersman when Kenton scouted for the army of Kentuckians who invaded Shawnee territory in. Simon Kenton, Kentucky Scout 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings.
1 reviews. Sheltowee Very easy to read. This book was written for a junior high school age group. This is a must read for those who want to know more about the young woodsman/frontiersman that saved Daniel Boone's life. Simon Kenton played a key role in scouting for hostile 4/5(1).Adventure story, biography, western history -- Simon Kenton, Kentucky Scout fits all these descriptions.
While still in his teens, Kenton explored Kentucky and became an expert woodsman. His daring rescue of Daniel Boone during an Indian attack on Boonsborough and his assistance to George Rogers Clark are prime examples of his skill and heroism.Simon Kenton, Kentucky scout Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
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