A narrative of the incidents attending the capture, detention, and ransom of Charles Johnston, of Botetourt County Virginia :
who was made prisoner by the Indians, on the river Ohio, in the year 1790 : together with an interesting account of the fate of his companions, five in number, one of whom suffered at the stake : to which are added, sketches of Indian character and manners, with illustrative anecdotes.
|Main Author:||Johnston, Charles, b. 1768.|
|Related Names:||Johnston, Peter 1763-1831.|
New-York : Printed by J. & J. Harper, 1827.
Johnston, Charles, /
Johnston, Charles, / 1768-1833 /
Indians of North America > Indians of North America / Social life and customs.
"Written for the narrator, by his brother, Judge Peter Johnston, of Prince Edward, Virginia"--Catalogue systematic and analytical of the books of the Saint Louis Mercantile Library Association (St. Louis, 1858), p. 63, compiled by Edward William Johnston, son of Peter and nephew of Charles.
264 p. ;
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