Daniel Boone Home

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Daniel Boone Home
Daniel Boone Home is located in Missouri
Daniel Boone Home
Location Defiance, Missouri
Coordinates 38°39′6″N 90°51′14″W / 38.65167°N 90.85389°W / 38.65167; -90.85389Coordinates: 38°39′6″N 90°51′14″W / 38.65167°N 90.85389°W / 38.65167; -90.85389
Architect Boone Family
Architectural style Georgian
Governing body Lindenwood University
NRHP Reference #

73002175

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Added to NRHP April 11, 1973

The Daniel Boone Home is a historic site in Defiance, Missouri, United States.[2] The house was built by the son of Daniel Boone, Nathan Boone, who lived there with his family until they moved further south. Although extant original sources place Daniel Boone's home further west, near Marthasville, modern legend has evolved stating that Daniel lived here. Apparently he did spend the last few weeks of his life here with his son Nathan's family.[3][4]

The architecture of the home is Georgian style, and other various styles among the collection of 19th century buildings that make up the adjacent Boonesfield Village.

The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.[5]

Panorama of Boonesfield Village with the Old Peace Chapel and other historic buildings
The Old Peace Chapel and other historic buildings have been relocated to create Boonesfield Village at the Daniel Boone Home historic site. In this panoramic image the Boone home sits on the hillside towards the left.

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