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DANIEL BOONE

WHEN DANIEL BOONE WAS A FRONTIERSMAN IN KENTUCKY, HE WAS, OF
COURSE, JUST ABOUT THE ONLY ONE OUT THERE. SOMEONE ASKED HIM
ONCE IF HE EVER GOT LOST TRAMPING AROUND IN THE WOODS, AND DANIEL
SAID, "NOPE, I WAS NEVER LOST, BUT ONE TIME I WAS MIGHTY BEWILDERED
FOR ABOUT THREE MONTHS."

Submitter comment: INFORMANT WAS CHAIRMAN OF THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY
OF DETROIT AT THE TIME.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Secular hero
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