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Wick Communications is a parent company of the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman.
The Last of the Mohicans'': As hostiles are closing in, frontiersman Hawkeye (Daniel Day-Lewis) grabs Cora (Madeleine Stowe) and commands, ``You be strong, you survive .
The one thing most of us know about The Alamo is that it featured Davy Crockett, and Billy Bob Thornton is the latest actor to play the legendary frontiersman.
DONNY OF PHARMACY SKATESHOP is of that raze breed of frontiersman who would not only start a business in the harsh retail landscape of the American desert, but then gamble it all by inviting, en masse, the entire free world of skateboarding to his private home to risk life and limb on a homemade hubba ledge.
A tour of the Hermitage today includes the thrilling rags-to-riches story of a gallant frontiersman, chivalrous romantic, and political reformer.
A SMALL US brewer, wanting to give off that frontiersman feel, decided to use a famous image of America's early-19th century explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark for an advertising campaign.
But this larger-than-life frontiersman gained fame for leading settlers west into Kentucky before there was a United States.
It was John Wayne who originally immortalised the frontiersman in a 1960 retelling of the tale of 189 Texas volunteers who defended a former church from a Mexican army of thousands for 13 days.
Another carving from the 1850s is thought to have been the work of Kit Carson, the famous frontiersman.
After two centuries of idealizing the rugged individual and the lone frontiersman, we remain the only modern democracy without an adequate welfare system or any national health care program.
She also asserts that despite the many popular regional and class stereotyped roles - the Yankee, the frontiersman, the Bowery B'hoy - the American hero would be the "regionless resident of every place and no place.
Within the 500-acre area of downtown, we were faced with a very ambitious brownfield exercise," says David Crockett, the larger-than-life City Councilman (and, yes, descendant of frontiersman Davy) who crusades tirelessly for a sustainable Chattanooga.