Catalog Record: Ten years of Upper Canada in peace and war, 1805-1815 being the Ridout letters | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Ten years of Upper Canada in peace and war, 1805-1815 [electronic resource] : being the Ridout letters / with annotations by Matilda Edgar.

Main Author: Ridout, Thomas, 1754-1829.
Related Names: Edgar, Matilda Ridout Lady 1844-1910.
Language(s): English
Published: Toronto : W. Briggs, 1890.
Subjects: Ridout, Thomas, > 1754-1829.
Ridout, Thomas, > 1754-1829.
Shawnee (Indiens).
Indiens > Amérique du Nord > Captifs.
Shawnee Indians.
Indians of North America > Captivities.
Canada > Histoire > 1812, Guerre de > Récits personnels.
Canada > History > War of 1812 > Personal narratives.
Note: Includes appendices: Narrative of the captivity among Shawanese Indians, in 1788, of Thomas Ridout ... --Sundry words of the Shawanese language ...
ISBN: 0665028857
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