Quality items from Bonanzaโ€™s top-rated sellers.

Farmhouse Books earned a 100% satisfaction rating for providing an excellent experience from start to finish. View booth >>

Rendered at 18:47:03 06/24/18
Oct 4 2016 084
Oct 4 2016 084

Daniel Boone Opening of the Wilderness by John Mason Brown

$4.99
Top-Rated Seller

Shipping options

Estimated to arrive by Fri, Jul 6th. Details
$3.99 via USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) to United States

Return policy

Refunds available: See booth/item description for details Details

Purchase protection

Payment options

Top-Rated Seller

Shipping options

Estimated to arrive by Fri, Jul 6th. Details
$3.99 via USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) to United States

Return policy

Refunds available: See booth/item description for details Details

Purchase protection

Payment options

Item traits

Reviews:

Search Walmart

Category:

Antiquarian & Collectible

Quantity Available:

Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1952

Category:

Children's

Dust Jacket Condition:

Acceptable

Topic:

Children's Nonfiction

Author:

John Mason Brown

Publisher:

Random House

Listing details

Seller policies:

View seller policies

Shipping discount:

Items after first shipped at flat $0.50

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

904576

Item description

Daniel Boone Opening of the Wilderness by John Mason Brown Daniel Boone The Opening of the Wilderness John Mason Brown New York: Random House Copyright 1952 Eighth printing 181 pages Illustrated by Lee J. Ames Landmark Books No. 21 The front hinge is weakening, the binding is in acceptable condition. The pages are clean but lightly tanned. The tan cover shows light wear. The jacket is rubbed and has edge wear and tears especially along the bottom edge. Good in good dust-jacket. Hardcover. "This is the Indians' hunting ground," said the Shawnee chief. "If you come here again, the wasps and yellow jackets will sting!" For any man but Daniel Boone that would have been warning enough. But nothing could stop Daniel - not the threat of the sting of wasps, not the memory of running the gauntlet when the Indians captured him. There was always something that kept Daniel Boone on the move. First it was the French and Indian War. Then it was the Warriors' Path into the wilderness beyond the secret door in the mountains. From North Carolina to Florida to Kentucky to Missouri - he was always on the move, always looking for elbowroom. That was almost 200 years ago, and most people thought America had elbowroom and to spare. But for Daniel Boone any neighborhood was too crowded when a half dozen cabins could be seen in the clearing. And as he pushed his way through the wilderness, he had narrow escapes a plenty - sometimes from crafty bands of Indians, sometimes from cruel white men who were eager to destroy him. (#000076)
Spinner

You may adjust your notification preferences at any time

Minimum 6 characters; at least one number and one capital letter

If you become a seller on Bonanza, this information will become part of your public profile

New to Bonanza? Sign up to save items, follow sellers and get exclusive coupons.

Don't worry - Bonanza respects your inbox. We send less email and make it easy to opt out. Read our privacy policy »