A treatise on the mode and manner of Indian war [electronic resource] : their tactics, discipline and encampments, the various methods they practise, in order to obtain the advantage, by ambush, surprise, surrounding, &c. : ways and means proposed to prevent the Indians from obtaining the advantage : a chart, or plan of marching, and encamping, laid down, whereby we may undoubtedly surround them, if we have men sufficient : also, a brief account of twenty-three campaigns, carried on against the Indians with the events since the year 1755, Gov. Harrison's included / by Col. James Smith ; likewise, some abstracts selected from his journal, while in captivity with the Indians, relative to the wars, which was publised [sic] many years ago but few of them now to be found
- Principally a reprint of the latter part of the author's An account of the remarkable occurrences in the life and travels of Col. James Smith. Lexington, 1799. cf. W.R. Jillson. A bibl. of the life and writings of Col. James Smith.
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- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2013 (American Indian histories and cultures)
- Location of Originals:
- Edward E. Ayer Collection, Newberry Library
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