Tag Archives: Daniel Boone

Stumbling Upon Daniel Boone

Recently I had the chance to travel through Lexington, Kentucky en route to western Kentucky and to see the sites associated with the Fort Donelson campaign in the American Civil War. In Frankfurt, Kentucky, Simon Bolivar Buckner, the Confederate general … Continue reading

Posted in Emerging Revolutionary War, Memory, Personalities, Photography, Social History, Western Frontier | Tagged , , , , , | 6 Comments

“You are a fine fellow”: The April 24, 1777 Attack on Boonesborough

Emerging Revolutionary War welcomes historian Daniel T. Davis.  1777. The conflict ignited at Lexington and Concord finally reached beyond the Allegheny Mountains as the British stepped up their raids on American settlements in Kentucky. With so many troops dedicated to … Continue reading

Posted in Battles, Campaigns, Common Soldier, Emerging Revolutionary War, Memory, Personalities, Revolutionary War | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Daniel Boone

Full disclosure: Mr. Brown is a fan of the reviewer’s blog and I received a copy of the DVD for review purposes. Kent Masterson Brown is likely known to many readers as an author and historian of the War Between … Continue reading

Posted in Common Soldier, Continental Leadership, Memory, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment