Daniel Boone
Siege of Boonesborough, September 8, 1778
Daniel Boone,
28" x 36", oil on linen, framed,
SOLD
Daniel Boone,
16" x 20", hand-signed open edition,
$20, plus shipping and handling
Daniel Boone,
8" x 10" (11" x 14" with matte),
hand-signed open edition,
$25, plus shipping and handling
Currently on display at Tamarack in Beckley, WV and Artisan Center in Wheeling, WV.
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In mid-June 1778, Daniel Boone escaped from the Shawnee Indians in the Ohio Country after four and a half months of captivity and reached Fort Boonesborough, Kentucky in time to warn the settlers there of a pending Indian attack. Foiling an attempt by Chief Black Fish to capture him and his officers during treaty talks prior to the siege, Daniel Boone led the 45 defenders of Boonesborough in their successful repulse of more than 400 Shawnee and Wyandot warriors over ten days of relentless attack.
© 2010 Alan Fitzpatrick
Background image by Anne Foreman is taken from Wilderness War on the Ohio by Alan Fitzpatrick