Narrative of Mr. John Dodge during his captivity at Detroit, reproduced in facsimile from the 2d ed. of 1780, with an introductory note by Clarence Monroe Burton.
|Main Author:||Dodge, John, 1751-1800.|
|Other Authors:||Burton, Clarence Monroe, 1853-1932.|
Cedar Rapids, Ia., The Torch Press, 1909.
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First edition, Philadelphia, 1779; second edition, Danvers, Mass., 1780.
Facsimile of the original t.-p., p.  reads: An entertaining narrative of the cruel and barbarous treatment and extreme sufferings of Mr. John Dodge during his captivity of many months among the British, at Detroit. In which is also contained, a particular detail of the sufferings of a Virginian, who died in their hands. Written by himself; and now published to satisfy the curiosity of every one throughout the United States. The 2d ed. Danvers, near Salem: Printed and sold by E. Russell...
"Sixty three copies printed; sixty being for sale."
|Original Classification Number:||E281 .D64 1780 a|
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