Caves; Rock formations; Historic sites; Boone, Daniel, 1734-1820
A man sits atop a large rock formation, with a boarded up entrance to a cave below. Kentucky explorer and early settler Daniel Boone spent the winter of 1769-1770 in a cave on the Shawnee River in Mercer County, Kentucky.
Monument for Daniel Boone in the Frankfort Cemetery in Franklin County, Kentucky. Boone died in 1820 in Missouri, but his and his wife's remains were reinterred in Kentucky in 1845. ULPA 1999.36.91 is a duplicate image on a yellow card.