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Kentuckians Before Boone

by A. Gwynn Henderson

Availableweb pdf$5.95s 978-0-8131-4406-1
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64 pages  Pubdate: 04/06/2013  5.5 x 8.5  

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This is an account of a Native American family in central Kentucky in the year 1585. Fishes-With-Hands, his wife She-Who-Watches, and their family grind corn, make cooking pots, and build their homes while in their summer village. In autumn, they attend the funeral and mourning feast of Masked-Eyes. Then they move to their winter hunting camp, where they process nuts, make arrows, and hunt and butcher animals in preparation for the winter. Readers will soon realize that their lives and experiences in many ways parallel those of this family from Kentucky’s not-so-distant past.