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Title Captivity tales.

Imprint New York, Arno Press, 1974.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe 2nd Floor Stacks  970.1 C175    ---  Available
Description 1 v. (various pagings) illus. 23 cm.
Series Popular culture in America
Note Reprint of Indian atrocities: narratives of the perils and sufferings of Dr. Knight and John Slover among the Indians during the Revolutionary War, with short memoirs of Col. Crawford and John Slover, and a letter from H. Brackinridge on the rights of the Indians, etc., by H. H. Brackinridge, first published in 1867 in Cincinnati; of Miss Coleson's narrative of her captivity among the Sioux Indians: an interesting and remarkable account of the terrible sufferings and providential escape of Miss Ann Coleson, a victim of the late Indian outrages in Minnesota, by A. Coleson, first published in 1864 by Barclay, Philadelphia; of The dangers and sufferings of Robert Eastburn, and his deliverance from Indian captivity, with introd. and notes by John R. Spears, by R. Eastburn, first published in 1904 by Burrows Bros. Co., Cleveland; and of A narrative of the wonderful escape and dreadful sufferings of Colonel James Paul, after the defeat of Col. Crawford, when that unfortunate commander, and many of his men, were inhumanly burnt at the stake, and others were slaughtered by other modes of torture known only to savages, by J. Paul, first printed in 1869 by Spiller, Cincinnati.
Subject Indians of North America -- Captivities.
ISBN 0405063652

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