Catalogue of the Library Belonging to Mr. Thomas W. Field

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publisher not identified, 1875 - 376 pages
An invaluable reference tool, with over 2500 items relating to the American Indian compiled by Joseph Sabin. With auction prices and additional bibliographic entries inked into the work.
 

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Page 313 - A Brief State of the Province of Pennsylvania, in which the Conduct of their Assemblies for several years past, is impartially examined, and the true cause of the continual Encroachments of the French displayed, more especially the secret Design of their late unwarrantable Invasion and Settlement upon the River Ohio.
Page 143 - A | Narrative | of the Troubles with the | Indians | In New-England, from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to this present year 1677. But chiefly of the late | Troubles in the two last years, 1675. and 1676.! To which is added a Discourse about the Warre with the | Pequods In the year 1637, | By W.
Page 339 - History of the Discovery of America, of the Landing of our Forefathers at Plymouth, and of their most remarkable Engagements with the Indians in New England from their first Landing, in 1620, until the final Subjugation of the Natives in 1679.
Page 46 - Eight Years of Travel and Adventure among the Wildest and most Remarkable Tribes now existing. Containing 360 Coloured Engravings from the Author's original Paintings.
Page 214 - Mr. JOHN ELIOT, who was the First Preacher of the Gospel to the Indians in America.
Page 298 - A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary 2..J3 Jemison, who was taken hy the Indians, in the year 1755, When only about twelve years of age, and has continued to reside amongst them to the present time.
Page 93 - Bucaniers of America: OR, A TRUE ACCOUNT OF THE MOST REMARKABLE ASSAULTS COMMITTED OF LATE YEARS UPON THE COASTS OF THE WEST INDIES, BY THE BUCANIERS OF JAMAICA AND TORTUGA both English and French.
Page 179 - The Tears of the Indians : || being || An Historical and true Account || Of the Cruel || Massacres and Slaughters || of above Twenty Millions || of innocent People ; || Committed by the Spaniards || In the Islands of || Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica, &c.
Page 130 - Commerce with those different Nations. With a Continuation, Giving an Account of the Attempts of the Sieur de la Salle upon the mines of St Barbe Ac. The Taking of Quebec by the English ; with the Advantages of a Shorter Cut to China and Japan.
Page 130 - MDCXCVII (1697). 6. ĽA new discovery of a vast country in America, extending above four thousand miles, between New, France and New Mexico; with a description of the great lakes, cataracts, rivers, plants and animals.

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