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V. Kolbenschlag adds to Dave Rosenbaum critique

Vonnie Kolbenschlag writes:
And . . .besides credit to author Dr. Young, credit goes to Dan Trabue who wrote a journal of his early life to pass along to his grandson. Young, a history professor, found the original journal which he copied and added foot notes which gave background to the historical events Trabue experienced. The full title of his book is "Westward into Kentucky: the Narrative of Daniel Trabue." It was first published as a book in 1981.

- Vonnie Kolbenschlag

Comments re article 87415 Dave Rosenbaum Quick review Westward into Kentucky



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