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Isaac Webster. Schenectady, NY: Printed for the authoress, A Journal Kept at Nootka Sound. John Rodgers Jewitt. Boston: Printed for the author, Olin Library Oversize E N85 J [ ed. Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of John R. New York: Printed for the publisher, [? Archibald Loudon. Carlisle, PA: From the press of A.
Loudon, Whitehall, Alexander Henry. New York: I. Riley, Maria Wallville.
Washington City: Printed by Roger C. Weightman, James Dolphin. Also Two Narratives by Men Taken Captive by the Indians. Elias Darnell. Broadside printed ca. Providence, RI: Printed by L. Scott, Swan and Infant Child, by the Savages. Eliza Swan. Boston: Printed by H. Trumbull, and for sale by him, Henry Bird. A Narrative of the Life and Death of Lieut. Marietta, OH: Printed by R. Prentiss, To which is Added, an Interesting Journal of Mr. By a late officer in the U. Jervis Cutler Edited by Wilcomb E.
Boston: Published by Charles Williams. Belcher, printer, C98 [ ed. United States. Washington: A. Way, W v. Narrative of the Tragical Death of Mr. Eunice Barber. Boston: Printed for David Hazen, Shocking Murder by the Savages of Mr. Issued with the reprint of the ed. Narrative of the tragical death of Darius Barber. May be included with record immediately above. Narrative of the Captivity and Providential Escape of Mrs.
Hannah Lewis. New York: James Van Horne. Middlebury, VT: [s. Zadock Steele. Montpelier, VT: E. Walton, Originally published in Hunt's family almanac, for , by U. Hunt, Philadelphia. Lexington, KY:. Elias Cornelius. Boston, S.
Haven, An Interesting Narrative. Anne Jamison.
Patterson: Pittsburgh, Nathaniel Segar. Paris, Me. William Biggs. Edwardsville, IL? No CUL Hodlings.
True Stories of Indian Captivities [Illustrated]
Samuel L. Lexington, Ky. Hunt, M58 [ ed,].
John D. Joseph Doddridge. Wellsburgh, Va. Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison. James E. Canandaigua, NY: printed by J.
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Bemis, Dewey, ] Olin Library other editions : E J49 S44 Also available as an e-book via NetLibrary. Massy Harbison. Pittsburgh: Printed by S. Engles, A Narrative of the Incidents Attending the Capture, Detention, and Ransom of Charles Johnston, of Botetourt County Virginia: who was made prisoner by the Indians, on the river Ohio, in the year : together with an interesting account of the fate of his companions, five in number, one of whom suffered at the stake: to which are added, sketches of Indian character and manners, with illustrative anecdotes.
Charles Johnston. New-York: Printed by J. Harper, J72 [ ed. Barbara H. Paris: Truchy's French and English Library, H71 [ ed. Thomas Tegg. London: Printed for T. Maur, or the Captive Babes Recovered. New York: Published by J. Emory and B. Collard, Printer, William Joseph Snelling. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, Olin Library Film reel S, John Tanner. New York: G. Carvill, Paul Placid. John Leeth. William Weston, Or the Reward of Perseverance. William Weston. Hingham, C. Gill; Boston, Leonard C. Bowles, ThePersonal Narrative of James O.