Westward Into Kentucky: The Narrative Of Daniel Trabue



In His Youth Daniel Trabue 1760 1840 Served As A Virginia Soldier In The Revolutionary War After Three Years Of Service On The Kentucky Frontier, He Returned Home To Participate As A Sutler In The Yorktown Campaign Following The War He Settled In The Piedmont, But By 1785 His Yearning To Return Westward Led Him To Take His Family To Kentucky, Where They Settled For A Few Years In The Upper Green River Country He Recorded His Narrative In 1827, In The Town Of Columbia, Of Which He Was A Founder A Keen Observer Of People And Events, Trabue Captures Experiences Of Everyday Life In Both The Piedmont And Frontier Kentucky His Notes On The Settling Of Kentucky Touch On Many Important Moments In The Opening Of The Bluegrass Region Chester Raymond Young 1920 1999 Was Professor Of History And Chairman Of The Department Of History And Political Science At Cumberland College In Williamsburg, Kentucky Daniel Blake Smith Is Professor Of History At The University Of Kentucky.Westward Into Kentucky: The Narrative Of Daniel Trabue

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  • Paperback
  • 218 pages
  • Westward Into Kentucky: The Narrative Of Daniel Trabue
  • Daniel Trabue
  • English
  • 15 June 2018
  • 9780813191195

14 thoughts on “Westward Into Kentucky: The Narrative Of Daniel Trabue

  1. says:

    This is a little known gem of a narrative writing that depicts Kentucky frontier life firsthand As Trabue recalls his experiences on the Wilderness Road, the reader gets a real sense of what it was like and how lucky Trabue was to be able to sit down and record it down in his older years FANTASTIC

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