Indian Captivities, Or, Life in the Wigwam: Being True Narratives of Captives who Have Been Carried Away by the Indians ...
This fascinating narrative details the trials of men, women, and children captured by Indians from 1528 to 1836. The thirty-one captives whose stories are contained herein lived in nine states from Maine to Florida and as far west as Ohio. The author, one
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