An essay towards an Indian bibliography, a catalogue of books, relating to the American Indians, in the library of T.W. Field

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Page 75 - God's | protecting providence, | man's | surest help and defence, | in | times of the greatest difficulty, | and most eminent danger. | Evidenced | in the remarkable deliverance of Robert Barrow, | with divers other persons, from the devouring| waves of the sea; amongst which they suffered | shipwrack: | and also, | from the cruel devouring jaws of the inhumane | canibals of Florida.
Page 241 - Ask of me, and I will give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession.
Page 380 - WHYMPER'S ALASKA. Travel and Adventure in the Territory of Alaska, formerly Russian America now Ceded to the United States and in various other parts of the North Pacific.
Page 136 - ... 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...
Page 358 - 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 146 - The Present State of New England. Being 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.
Page 25 - CHARLES. The Journal of a Two Months Tour; with a view of Promoting Religion among the Frontier Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, and of Introducing Christianity among the Indians to the Westward of the Alegh-geny Mountains.
Page 130 - A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia, of the commodities and of the nature and manners of the naturall inhabitants.
Page 226 - The | Historie Of | The West-Indies, | Containing the Actes and Aduentures | of the Spaniards, which haue conquered | and peopled those Countries, inriched with vari-|etie of pleasant relation of the Manners, | Ceremonies, Lawes, Gouernments, | and Warres of the | Indians. | Published in Latin by Mr. Hakluyt, | and translated into English by M. Lok. Gent.
Page 163 - The Remarkable Adventures of Jackson . ~ Johonnot, of .Massachusetts, who Served as a Soldier in the ^ Western Army, in the Expedition under Gen. Harmar and Gen. St. Clair. Containing an Account of his Captivity, Sufferings and Escape from the Kickapo Indians. Written by Himself, and Published at the earnest request and importunity of his friends for the Benefit of American Youth.

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