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"Savages of the Straits of Magellan"

"Savages of the Straits of Magellan"

Illus. in: Francois Froger, A Relation of a voyage made in the years 1695, 1696, 1697. (London, 1698). This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Indians of South Americ... more

War and pestilence! Two young ladies taken prisoners by the savages ... Just published an interesting narrative of the captivity of Miss Francis and Almira Hall, two respectable young females (sisters) of the ages of 16 and 18 who were taken pri

War and pestilence! Two young ladies taken prisoners by the savages .....

Indians of North America- Captivities.; Hall, Francis and Almira.; Brigdon, Philip.; Woodcut.; Prospectus. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as f... more

War and pestilence! Two young ladies taken prisoners by the savages.

War and pestilence! Two young ladies taken prisoners by the savages.

Two young women and a young man, captives, being led through the wilderness by four Sauk and Fox Indians. Illus. in: Narrative of the capture and providential escape of Misses Frances and Almira Hall : two resp... more

The savages let loose, or The cruel fate of the Loyalists

The savages let loose, or The cruel fate of the Loyalists

Cartoon shows three Natives, representing America, murdering six loyalists, four are being hung, one is about to be scalped, and the last, appealing to Fate, is about to be killed by an ax-wielding Native. Cata... more

The savages let loose, or The cruel fate of the Loyalists

The savages let loose, or The cruel fate of the Loyalists

Cartoon shows three Natives, representing America, murdering six loyalists, four are being hung, one is about to be scalped, and the last, appealing to Fate, is about to be killed by an ax-wielding Native. Cata... more

The savages let loose, or The cruel fate of the Loyalists

The savages let loose, or The cruel fate of the Loyalists

Cartoon shows three Natives, representing America, murdering six loyalists, four are being hung, one is about to be scalped, and the last, appealing to Fate, is about to be killed by an ax-wielding Native. Cata... more

A view of Col. Johnson's engagement with the savages (commanded by Tecumseh) near Moravian Town, October 5th 1812 [i.e., 1813] / A. Bowen sc.

A view of Col. Johnson's engagement with the savages (commanded by Tec...

Print showing the battle between American forces under the command of Colonel Richard M. Johnson and Natives allied with the British under the command of Tecumseh. At center is detailed action with Johnson on h... more

A view of Col. Johnson's engagement with the savages (commanded by Tecumseh) near Moravian Town, October 5th 1812 [i.e., 1813] / A. Bowen sc.

A view of Col. Johnson's engagement with the savages (commanded by Tec...

Print showing the battle between American forces under the command of Colonel Richard M. Johnson and Natives allied with the British under the command of Tecumseh. At center is detailed action with Johnson on h... more

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