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This is Daniel Boone's first-person narrative; it appears as he actually wrote it, using the grammar and syntax current in America in the 1700s. The only concession made — and that only for the purpose of making Boone's personal account easier to read — is the substitution of "s" in place of what appears as an "f" in the original text. (from Archiving Early America- earlyamerica.com) </p>
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