Events in Indian history : beginning with an account of the origin of the American Indians, and early settlements in North America, and embracing concise biographies of the principal chiefs and head-sachems of the different Indian tribes, with narratives and captivities, including the destruction of Schenectady, murder of Miss M'Crea, destruction of Wyoming, Battle of the Thames and Tippecanoe, Braddock's defeat, General Wayne's victory at Miami, Life of Logan, massacre of the Indians at Lancaster, PA., &c, also an appendix, containing the statistics of the population of the United States, and an Indian vocabulary, illustrated with eight fine engravings
- Wimer, James
- Philadelphia : Published by G. Hills & Co., 1842. and [Getzville, New York] : William S. Hein & Company, 
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (633 pages, 8 leaves of plates) : illustrations
- HeinOnline Indigenous peoples of the Americas: history, culture & law
- Origin of the American Indians -- Indian biography -- Narratives, captivities and anecdotes -- Interesting fragments.
- "March 4, 1842."
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