Everyone liked Davy Crockett. He was always happy, with a big smile. He was honest and always helped others.
Davy was a tall man. He wore a coonskin cap, buckskin trousers, and a buckskin jacket. He always carried his long rifle, “Old Betsy.”
In 1806 Davy married Polly Finley. She was a school teacher.
They had two sons and a daughter: John, Joseph and Judith. After a few years, the Crockett family moved into the Tennessee hills. The Tennessee hills were near hostile Indian country.
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He wore a coonskin , buckskin , and a buckskin .
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In 1806 Davy Polly Finley. She was a .
They had two sons and a daughter: John, Joseph and Judith. After a few years, the Crockett family the Tennessee hills. The Tennessee hills were near Indian country.
In the war between the United States and Britain . The Mohawk and Creek Indians with the British against the Americans. The American General organized a small army. He wanted to the Creek Indians and the British.
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Davy Tennessee, the Mississippi Territory, Florida, and Louisiana with General Jackson’s army. The Battle of New Orleans for General Jackson and the Americans. The war in 1814. was very .
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ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:
(1) Did everyone like Davy Crockett?
.(2) He was always happy, wasn’t he?
.(3) Was he honest?
.(4) Did he always help others?
.(5) Davy was a tall man, wasn’t he?
.(6) Did he wear a coonskin cap?
.(7) He wore buckskin trousers, and a buckskin jacket, didn’t he?
.(8) What did he always carry?
(9) In 1806 Davy married Polly Finley, didn’t he?
.(10) She was a school teacher, wasn’t she?
.(11) They had two sons and a daughter, didn’t they?
.(12) Where did the Crockett family move after a few years?
.(13) The Tennessee hills were near hostile Indian country, weren’t they?
hill [hɪl] возвышенность, холм
honest [‘ɔnɪst] / [‘ɔnəst] честный
hostile [ˈhɔstəl] / [‘hɔstaɪl] вражеский; враждебный, недружелюбный
jacket [‘ʤækɪt] куртка
racoon [rə’kuːn] – енот
coonskin cap = шапка из енота