Daniel Boone and The First American Pioneers Video

Video title: The First American Pioneers

Watch this American Pioneering video entitled Daniel Boone and The First American Pioneers to study the beauty and dangers of the new frontier and learn how Daniel Boone and his small group of explorers opened the door to western expansion with their discovery of the Cumberland Gap.

An introduction to the first pioneers, who were accomplished woodsmen, hunters and explorers, born in the 18th century in the British colonies along the Atlantic seaboard. The pioneering spirit of these brave men, started what would result in the formation and settling of a whole new country.

 

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Daniel Boone and The First American Pioneers Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Early American Pioneers. Learn about The First American Pioneers. Learn about Daniel Boone's experiences, from his young hunting days to his famous excursions through the wilderness of Kentucky, and learn the name of the trail Daniel Boone established that led into Kentucky.
  • Discover the beauty and dangers of the new frontier and learn how Daniel Boone and his small group of explorers opened the door to western expansion with their discovery of the Cumberland Gap.
  • Realize some of the European countries from which early settlers arrived.
  • Locate the original thirteen colonies and explain why they were overseen by the British when Kentucky was settled.
  • Discover the establishment of frontier towns and the forts associated with them.
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