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A selection, of some of the most interesting narratives, of outrages, committed by the Indians, in their wars, with the white people. Also, an account of their manners, customs, traditions, religious sentiments, mode of warfare, military tactics, discipline and encampments, treatment of prisoners, &c. which are better explained, and more minutely related, than has been heretofore done, by any other author on that subject. Preview this item
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A selection, of some of the most interesting narratives, of outrages, committed by the Indians, in their wars, with the white people. Also, an account of their manners, customs, traditions, religious sentiments, mode of warfare, military tactics, discipline and encampments, treatment of prisoners, &c. which are better explained, and more minutely related, than has been heretofore done, by any other author on that subject.

Author: Archibald LoudonMassy HarbisonPeter WilliamsonJackson JohonnetJames SmithAll authors
Publisher: Carlisle [Pa.]: From the Press of A. Loudon (Whitehall) 1808-11.
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Named Person: Knight, Dr.; John Slover; Frances Scott; Richard Bard; Benjamin Gilbert
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Archibald Loudon; Massy Harbison; Peter Williamson; Jackson Johonnet; James Smith; John M'Cullough; Robert Eastburn; Robert Robison; Hugh Gibson
OCLC Number: 166605530
Notes: Many of the articles have never before appeared in print. The whole comp. from the best authorities, by Archibald Loudon ...
Poems included in some pieces.
Illustration is Indian conception of Mahtanooh, or the devil.
Captivities include accounts, among others, of: v. 1. John Knight, John Slover, Frances Scott, Massy Harbison, Peter Williamson, Jackson Johonnet, James Smith, John M'Cullough.--v. 2. Robert Eastburn, Richard Bard, Benjamin Gilbert, Robert Robison, and Hugh Gibson.
Description: 2 v. 1 illus. 17 cm.

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