During the 18th century, Colonial America began expanding beyond the Allegheny Mountains into the wilderness known as "Kanta-ke" through the Cumberland Gap passage. The famous frontiersman, Daniel Boone, led the migration of settlers into this new fertile land. This award-winning film recaptures the self-reliant spirit of desperate frontier people who chose to risk everything so they could live a free life in the wilderness beyond the mountains.
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