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Image from page 159 of “Healthy living” (1917)
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Identifier: healthylivin01wins
Title: Healthy living
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Winslow, C.-E. A. (Charles-Edward Amory), 1877-1957
Subjects: Health
Publisher: New York and Chicago, Charles E. Merrill company
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
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ey might have to fight for their lives andthe lives of their families at any hour of the day ornight. Perhaps you have seen pictures of the Puritansin New England going to church on a Sunday morning,each man with his gun on his shoulder, ready in casean Indian attack should come. After the Atlantic states had been settled, the white men pushed farther and farther west. In each place. the brave pioneers took possession of the new lands at the risk of their own lives. One of the most famous of these pioneers was Daniel Boone. He was born more than a hundred and fifty years ago in Virginia; but he soon sought for adventure in the unknown lands to the west. He and five other companions pushed out into 156 OUR UNSEEN ENEMIES 157 the wilderness of what is now Kentucky. Boone wastaken prisoner by the Indians, but made his escape andlived for nearly two years in the forest, part of the timealone and part of the time with his brother, who hadfollowed him from their home. The Boones were mighty

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Fig. 5Q.—Daniel Boone, pioneer fighter of wild beasts and Indians.The microbes must be fought to-day, as the bears and wolveswere fought a hundred and fifty years ago. hunters and trapped and killed bears and other wildanimals, so as to make furs out of the skins. In 1775 Daniel Boone went out with a large partyand built a fort of logs at the place now called Boones-borough. Three times this fort was attacked by theIndians, and the last time there were four hundred andfifty of them against Boones little force of fifty men. 158 HEALTHY LIVING Can you imagine the wooden fort with narrow loop-holes through which the guns of the white men werepointing, as the Indians came dashing out of the forestto the attack? No enemies had any terrors, however,for Boone and his companions. They beat off theIndians, even though they were nine to one against,them; and after this the fort at Boonesborough wasnever attacked again. We ought always to remember gratefully these bravemen who went out into ne

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