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8 That is where Crockett, Bowie, and Travis wanted to be—in that “new country”—where the wilderness gave them the freedom to make their fortunes out of the raw material around them. And that is what drew their generation with them. For those three the road west stopped at the Alamo. For those who followed, the horizon had no limit. CROCKETT 1786-1815 I never had six months education in my life I was raised in obs[c]urity without either wealth or education I have made myself to every station in life that I ever filled through my own exertions… DAVID CROCKETT, AUGUST 18, 1831 When he wrote his autobiography in the winter of 1833-34, David Crockett insisted that it should run at least 200 pages.
He soon found one in Margaret Elder, and paid court to her with much the same application that he invested in his schooling—and nearly as long. 21 Nothing seemed to pass easily for young Crockett. With the wedding arrangements set, he took his proudest new possession, a rifle, to a shooting match just five days before the intended nuptials. He shot well at the meet, having a good eye and an apparent natural skill with the weapon, and won the prize of a whole beef, which he sold immediately for five dollars.
As soon as they moved—which was often—they formed a new allegiance, at first to some distant authority like Virginia or North Carolina that could protect them; and when protection seemed less an issue, their loyalties speedily became more local. At the moment David Crockett was born, the settlers in Greene and Washington Counties and elsewhere were trying to form their own new state. At the end of the Revolution, North Carolina ceded much of its westernmost land back to the new United States, and in the fall of 1784 settlers gathered at Jonesboro, scarcely five miles from Crockett's birthplace, to organize and declare the new state of Franklin.