The Early Life and Times of David Crockett in East Tennessee: A Lifelong Study - Joe Swann
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David Crockett was one of America’s fi rst national celebrities. He carved out a name for himself from the Western frontier lands of East Tennessee to the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C. He did this not only by prowess with a ri e but through humility, integrity, humor, and a personal character of undeniable authenticity. at character was forged through hardship and self-determination as a youth in East Tennessee. David Crockett grew up poor, with a down-on-his-luck Revolutionary War vet father. At age 10, Davy was indentured to servitude to a man he’d never met. is book examines those formative years that shaped Crockett into the renowned gure he became in his own time and the legend we still know today.
- Publisher : Mission Point Press (November 30, 2023)
- ISBN : 978-1-961302-20-4
- Retail price : $16.95 (Softcover)
- 246 pages
- 6 x 9 inches