3 edition of A Remarkable narrative of the captivity and escape of Mrs. Frances Scott found in the catalog.
A Remarkable narrative of the captivity and escape of Mrs. Frances Scott
|Series||The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ;, v. 16|
|LC Classifications||E85 .G2 vol. 16, E87.S36 .G2 vol. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||78011575|
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Get this from a library. A Remarkable narrative of the captivity and escape of Mrs. Frances Scott: Narrative of a late expedition against the Indians; with an account of the barbarous execution of Col.
Crawford; and the wonderful escape of Dr. Knight & John Slover from captivity in To which is added, a narrative of the captivity & escape of Mrs. Frances Scott, an. A plain narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and remarkable deliverance of Thomas Brown, of Charlestown, in New-England; who returned to his father's house the beginning of Jan.after having been absent three years and about eight months: containing an account of the engagement betwen a party of English, led by Maj.
Rogers, and a party. Narrative of a late expedition against the Indians; with an account of the barbarous execution of Col.
Crawford; and the wonderful escape of Dr. Knight & John Slover from captivity in To which is added, a narrative of the captivity & escape of Mrs. Frances Scott, an inhabitant of Washington County, Virginia.
Published: (). In the captivity narrative, the author relates her trials of captivity, escape or rescue, and, in some cases, her assimilation into a Native community. Given the exceptional popularity in its time and influence on subsequent writers, Mrs.
Mary Rowlandson’s Sovereignty and Goodness of. Narrative of a late expedition against the Indians; with an acount of the barbarous execution of Col. Crawford; and the wonderful escape of Dr. Knight & John Slover from captivity in To which is added, a narrative of the captivity & escape of Mrs. Frances Scott, an.
The Garland Library of Narratives of North American Indian Captivities. Throughout the s, Garland Publishers issued a series of Indian captivity narrative reprints that dated from to Below are the volumes in the series and Cornell University Library's holdings for the titles within each volume.
A Remarkable narrative of the captivity and escape of Mrs. Frances Scott: ; Unknown Binding (Hard to Find) Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche; Lucia St.
Clair Robson; Paperback (Hard to Find) Search for the Crescent Moon; Eth Clifford, Bea Holmes; Hardcover (Hard to Find). The Alderman Library has a small booklet, 3 ½" x 3" of 14 pages with title, "A Remarkable Narrative of the Captivity and Escape of Mrs.
Frances Scott, an Inhabitant of Washington County, Virginia," printed at Newburyport about that seems to be a reprint of the account that appeared in the Freeman’s Journal under date of Decem Full text of "Narratives of captivity among the Indians of North America: a list of books and manuscripts on this subject in the Edward E.
Ayer Collection of the Newberry Library" See other formats. 23; Frances Scott, A Remarkable Narrative of the Captivity and Escape of Mrs. Frances Scott (), Garland, vol. 16, prologue, 7; William Fleming, A Narrative of SufferingsAuthor: Wendy Lucas.
A True and Wonderful Narrative of the Surprising Captivity and remarkable deliverance of Mrs. Francis Scott, an inhabitant of Washington County, Virginia, who was taken by the Indians on the evening of the 29th of June, On Wednesday, the 29th day of June,late in the evening, a.
Pages contain "A narrative of the captivity and escape of Mrs. Frances Scott, an inhabitant of Washington county, Virginia." The earlier editions do not contain this captivity.
NARRATIVES OF INDIAN CAPTIVITY n Bressani, Francesco Giuseppe () Breve relatione d' alcvne mission. de' PP. della |. Captivity and Escape of Mrs. Frances Scott, of Washington County, Virginia. Singular Narrative of the Adventures of Captain Isaac Steward, who probably saw the gold mines of California before Singular Prowess of a Woman in a Combat with Indians.
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The book was originally titled The Soveraignty & Goodness of God, Together with the Faithfulness of His Promises Displayed; Being a Narrative of the Captivity and Restauration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, Commended by her to all that Desire to Know the Lord's Doings to, and Dealings with Her.
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The captivity of Mary Draper Inglis (Ingles) is a third person account of her captivity and eventual escape. Mary was captured by Shawnee Indians along with her two sons, and sister-in-law from Draper’s Meadow in She eventually made her escape, along with another dutch woman, a few months later.
This is. Mary Draper Ingles ( – February ), also known in records as Mary Inglis or Mary English, was an American pioneer and early settler of western the summer ofshe and her two young sons were among several captives taken by Shawnee after the Draper's Meadow Massacre during the French and Indian were taken to Lower Shawneetown at the Ohio and Scioto :Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
() An Affecting Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Mary Smith, who with her Husband and Three Daughters were Taken Prisoners by the Indians () An Affecting Account of the Tragical Death of Major Swan and of the Captivity of Mrs.
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