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|CHAPTER XVIII * Life of Mary continued — Seneca Reservations sold in 1825 — |
Is left among the whites — Discontented ... More than eighteen years have
elapsed since Mary Jemison related the preceding narrative of her life, and most
of its ...
|"A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jem i son" Is an Incredible account of the life |
and times of Mary Jemison, a white woman taken captive during the French and
Indian War and adopted into the Seneca tribe of the Iroquois in western New ...
|James E. SEAVER, Mary JEMISON . The hand which I now own, is bounded as |
follows :—Beginning at the centre of the Great Slide,' and running west one mile,
thence north two miles, thence east about one mile to Genesee river, thence ...
|1932 Library of Congress. Copyright Office. 6501 pt. 1, n. s., v. 29 Seaver, James |
Everett, 1787-1827. A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison, the white woman of
the Genesee, by James Everett Seaver, m. d., revised by Charles Delamater Vail
|With life . . . London, Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis [18—] 2 p. 1, [iii]-xvi, 624 p. front., |
plates. 18.5 cm. A55291 I1151 C907 Scott, Sir Walter, bart., 1771-1832. ... 18 cm.
First edition published under title: A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison .
|8° wrappers. New York, 1846 Sketches of his Indian battles, Okee-cho-bee, etc., |
and of the Texan and Mexican campaigns. 827 SEAVER, James E. Deh-he-wa-
mis: narrative of the life of Mary Jemison; otherwise called the White Woman, who
|A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison, the white woman of the Genesee, by |
James Everett Seaver, m. d., revised by Charles Delamater Vail ... Ed. of 1932,
presenting the first edition literally restored, together with chapters added to later
|Narrative form in the long poems of Edwin Arlington Robinson. MOSELEY, |
RICHARD SAMUEL, III. Narrative of an expedition. HARRIS, SIR WILLIAM
CORNWALLIS. Narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison. SEAVER, JAMES E.
Narrative of ...
|A Narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary J emison, who was taken by the Indians, in the |
year 1755, \Vhen only about twelve years ... at the present day, and since Mrs.
Jemison's Captivity; together with some Anecdotes, and other entertaining Matter.
A Narrative of the Life of James P- earse . Full text book.