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Daniel Boone was a frontiersman in early America. When he was a boy he was a herdsman for the cattle. His mother taught him to read, spell, and write. The family were of the religious group called Quakers. Daniel helped to explore the land that would eventually become the state of Kentucky. He crossed the Appalachian Mountains at a pass called the Cumberland Gap. The exploration group had trouble with the Indians and Boone and his men were captured and spent several months in captivity. The fort Boonesborough was named for him.