The Frontiersmen: A Narrative Setting & Symbolism

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White Rock Ridge

The area where Simon Kenton has the fight with William Leachman.

Bull Run Mountain

Where the Kenton's have their farm.

Middle Land

The section of the United States west of the most westward fort at the time of Simon's youth.

Warm Springs

A small town where Simon stops sixteen days after the fight with William and 140 miles from his home. Simon calls this the "jumping off place" to the frontier.

Jacob

The name Simon gives the gun given to him by Jacob Butler in Warm Springs. Indians eventually take the gun and Simon doesn't rename the next.

Kispoko Town

Where Marmaduke Van Swearington is adopted into an Indian tribe and becomes Blue Jacket.

Pleasant Point

A site at the mouth of the Great Kanawha where Simon is discovered by the Greathouse party after fleeing an Indian attack, and where he camps with a party of...

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