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Two quotes define American hero Davy Crockett: "First make sure you're right, then go ahead." And "You can go to hell; I'm going to Texas."

Davy Crockett was born on a mountaintop in Tennessee (1786). He was a rugged frontiersman who befriended the Indians and helped keep the peace between them and the settlers. He was elected to Congress and, after losing a reelection bid, died a courageous death at The Alamo (1836). He was, and continues to be, a legendary American hero. This is his story in his own words.

©1987 Jimcin Recordings

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Amazing by Amazon! | GREAT Story!

The book was read by Jim Roberts in the perfect speed. (1X) It was a GREAT Story! I never got lost, behind, or ZONED out!

- Noah L. Poteet | Junior Level Author, Authorized Book Critic (NLP)

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  • Rebecca
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  • 11-17-07

Awkward Reader

The book is read by a robot (a poor representation of a reader at least!) This is very difficult to listen to and understand. It is a shame.. it is such a cool story to read.

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