The Boone Connection: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Israel Boone

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The fully indexed "The Boone Connection in the Lost Counties" traces the descendants of Jesse and Jonathan Boone, sons of Israel Boone and nephews of the famous Daniel Boone. These Boone families settled in the remote counties of Yancey, Mitchell and Avery, deep in the mountains of North Carolina. Even today, these counties are sometimes referred to as the lost counties. Anyone who has been told that they are related to the famous Daniel Boone may find answers to their genealogical puzzles in this book.

Author: Debra Webb Rogers
Publisher: Thacker House Enterprises
Published: 01/12/2014
Pages: 252
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.30lbs
Size: 11.02h x 8.50w x 0.53d
ISBN13: 9780980191905
ISBN10: 0980191904
BISAC Categories:
- History | United States | State & Local | South (AL,AR,FL,GA,KY,LA,MS,

About the Author
Debra Webb Rogers has been teaching dance and dance history at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts since the school began in 1986. She graduated from Florida State University with a B.S. degree in Education, and also earned graduate credits from FSU's School of Information Studies. In addition, Ms. Rogers is a multiple-year honoree listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers. Ms. Rogers is the author of several works of nonfiction in addition to The Boone Connection in the Lost Counties Choosing a Dance School: What Every Parent Should Consider; Dancing Between the Ears. She has written articles for national magazines Guideposts and Dancebag, plus a guest column for the Florida Times-Union. Her first novel, Dancing in Time, written under her pen name Violet Rightmire, was a finalist for an EPIC Award in 2011. It is available from The Wild Rose Press ( Her latest work of fiction is an inspirational romance, A Windfall Christmas. It is available from Ms. Rogers first historical non-fiction publication is: San Marco. Published by Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series, San Marco traces the history of the area using vintage photographs. Ms. Rogers has lived in San Marco since 1979, and has always been fascinated by its unique history and charm. Her newest book, also for Arcadia, is Jacksonville's Southside.

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