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Paquita, the Indian heroine; a true story ... presenting graphic pictures of Indian home life in peace and war, as beheld by the author during his residence of four years among the red men.

Author: Joaquin Miller
Publisher: Hartford, Conn., American Pub. Co. [1885?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fiction
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Miller, Joaquin, 1837-1913.
Paquita, the Indian heroine.
Hartford, Conn., American Pub. Co. [1885?]
(OCoLC)670364297
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Joaquin Miller
OCLC Number: 35695879
Notes: Appendix, p. [442]-445, contains extracts from papers accompanying the report of the Commissioner of Indian affairs, 1873.
Also published under the titles "Life amongst the Modocs: unwritten history," London, 1873; "Unwritten history: life amongst the Modocs," Hartford, 1874; and "My own story," Chicago, 1890.
Description: 3 preliminary leaves (i) xii-xvi, 17-445 pages, 1 portrait, 16 plates 8vo
Other Titles: Unwritten history
Responsibility: By Joaquin Miller ...

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