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ON THE CROCKETT TRAIL Rod Timanus dreamed of physically following the trail of Tennesseean David Crockett's life, from birth to his spectacular death at the Battle of the Alamo in March, 1836. In 1997 Rod and his daughter, Rebecca, were finally able to make that dream come true and have published the results of that trip in this booklet. Timanus begins the narrative with Crockett's birthplace in a log cabin in Limestone, Tennessee, and follows this adventurous pioneer's life with stops at his interim homes in Morristown and Rutherord, Tennessee (the last named, Davy's family's last home in the Volunteer State). Timanus' format is to stop at each place along the Crockett Trail and, in world and picture, allow the reader to experience the author's own travels as he and Rebecca make their way to Davy's final destination, the fight for Texas independence from Mexico at the Alamo in San Antonio de Bexar. Soft color cover. ISBN: 1-877704-38-5 publish date: 03/15/2005
Binding Type: Softcover
ISBN: 1-877704-38-5
Publisher: PIONEER PRESS - Dixie Gun Works
Author: Rod Timanus

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