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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. Volumes I and II

Author: Archibald Loudon
Publisher: [New York] : Arno Press, [1971]
Series: First American frontier.
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Loudon, Archibald, 1754-1840.
Selection of some of the most interesting narratives of outrages committed by the Indians in their wars with the white people.
[New York] Arno Press [1971]
(OCoLC)651937386
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Archibald Loudon
ISBN: 0405028660 9780405028663
OCLC Number: 247412
Notes: Originally published in 1808-11; reprint of the 1888 ed.
Two volumes in one.
Description: viii, 301, 357 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Narrative of Dr. Knight --
Short memoir of Colonel Crawford --
Narrative of John Slover --
Mrs. Francis Scott --
Trial of Mamachtaga --
Story of the lame Indian --
Frederick Manheims' family, dreadful distress of Rev. John Corbley, sufferings of him and family --
Remarkable encounter of a white man and two Indians --
Singular prowess of a woman in combat with some Indians --
Capt. Isaac Stewart, narrative of his adventure --
Massy Herbson, account of her sufferings --
Jackson Johonnet, remarkable adventure of --
Wyoming, account of the dreadful devastation of --
Mary Jordan, sufferings of --
General Putnam, story of --
Col. James Smith, an account of his captivity --
His adoption --
His account of winter's quarters --
Ottawas tents described --
Indian's opinion that geese turns to beavers and snakes to racoons [sic] --
Method of conjuring --
Of cutting their ears --
Tecaughretanego prays for rain --
The manners and customs of the Indians --
Their traditions and religious sentiments --
Discipline and method of warfare --
John M'Cullough, esq. his narrative --
Shoots Wa-took, an Indian boy, by accident --
HImself nearly drowned --
Indian prophet --
His idea of future rewards & punishments --
Murder of Tom Green --
Of a schoolmaster and scholars --
Indian manners and customs --
Their mode of warfare --
Matrimony --
Funerals.
Series Title: First American frontier.
Responsibility: Archibald Loudon.

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