For those who may find it of some interest, TV's History Channel presented an early story of the American pioneer experience in settling Kentucky and the Continent last evening. Called the Frontiersmen, it attempted to tell the story of Boone's founding of Boonesboro within larger context of the American Revolution and his encounters with Shawnee Indians.
Shown, a 20th Century commercial guide for travel in Kentucky from Frankfort. One of the noted records of Kentucky History isd displayed in the photo of a marker dedicated to memory of Daniel Boone.
Without having read this volume, it looks to be one of some consequence. His focus does seem from this brief narrative upon Daniel Boone. That section he devotes to genealogy may be incomplete. Would need to see in content how thorough the material and the author's considered family relations.