The lost sister of Wyoming : an authentic narrative / by John Todd.
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|Indiana State Library - Indianapolis||[Vault] ISLV 923 S634T (Text)||344978-1001||Vault Indiana book||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 160 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : illustrations ; 16 cm
- Publisher: Northampton, Mass. : J.H. Butler, 1842.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Wyoming Valley : its beauty and Indian history -- Wyoming Valley : its settlement by the whites -- Early troubles of the valley -- The battle and massacre of Wyoming -- The bereaved family -- The weary traveler -- The meeting after sixty years -- Her own history -- The conclusion.
|Summary, etc.:|| Narrative of the captivity of Frances Slocum among the Delaware Indians, with a sketch of the history of the Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania.
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|Subject:||Slocum, Frances, 1773-1847.
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