Deh-he-wa-mis; or, A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison: otherwise called the White woman, who was taken captive by the Indians in MDCCLV; and who continued with them seventy eight years. Containing an account of the murder of her father and his family; her marriages and sufferings; Indian barbarities, customs and traditions. Carefully taken from her own words. By James E. Seaver. Also, the life of Hiokatoo and Ebenezer Allen; and historical sketches of the Six Nations, the Genesee Country, and other interesting facts connected with the narrative: by Ebenezer Mix.

Author
Seaver, James E. (James Everett), 1787-1827 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Devon, S. Thorne; [etc., etc.] 1847.
Description
xii, [13]-184 p. 16 cm.

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  • First published Canandaigua, 1824, with title: A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison ...
  • Bound in boards with label: A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison ...
  • Princeton copy 2 Copy 2. Bound in cloth.
LCCN
12017712
OCLC
14926472
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