Johnny Appleseed, American folk legend

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The Appleseed 'Saint'. When American settlers found orchards growing in the wilderness, they knew that Johnny Appleseed had been there. Appleseed, born John Chapman, was known for making incredible solitary journeys into the wilderness of Ohio in the early 19th century, his nickname earned from his habit of carrying a sack of apple seeds and planting them on his numerous journeys which have now become folk legends.

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