“where Squire Boone lived & worked”
Squire Boone Caverns is a real place in southern Indiana where Squire Boone, younger brother of Daniel Boone, lived and worked. Near Historic Corydon, Indiana in 1815, Squire Boone was laid to rest in a cave at the village that once saved his life by providing him refuge a ban of hostile Indians. Prominent pioneers in the annals of Kentucky and Indiana history. He gained fame as an explorer, hunter, gunsmith, statesman, and minister. He helped to clear the Wilderness Road and, in his later years, was honored by Congress for his service during the Revolutionary War. Mr. Boone fought in many hand-to-hand battles, including the Battle of Fort Boonesboro. Eleven times he was wounded, taking him close to death on several occasions.
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Squire Boone Caverns
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