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Boone, Daniel, a famous American backwoodsman; d. 1822, aged 84.

The Nuttall EncyclopaediaEdited by Rev. James Wood

When a backwoodsman finishes three or more sticks he sets them up wigwam form (Fig. 38).

Then every man in the regiment, Creole and backwoodsman, lay back to laugh.

The CrossingWinston Churchill

He had Raffles on his right hand, and the backwoodsman of letters on his left.

The logs are piled one above another, as the backwoodsman builds a log-fence.

The dress of a backwoodsman like Daniel Boone was a combination of Indian and civilized attire.

Daniel BooneReuben Gold Thwaites

There was no prairie-farming, and hence the term, "backwoodsman."

But the backwoodsman had forgotten that Steve had been under the water.

How Canada was WonF. S. Brereton

"All right, sir," responded the backwoodsman, not without curiosity.

Tom, The BootblackHoratio Alger

He was always an Indian; even at his best he was a savage, just as the backwoodsman was a savage at his worst.

Stories Of OhioWilliam Dean Howells

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