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An authentic narrative of the Seminole War; : its cause, rise and progress, and a minute detail of the horrid massacres of the Whites, by the Indians and Negroes, in Florida, in the months of December, January and February.

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Reissued, with alterations, under title: A true and authentic account of the Indian War in Florida. New York, 1836.Woodcut title vignette, depicting mother pleading for her children's lives (image reprinted from: Authentic and impartial narrative of the tragical scene which was witnessed in Southampton County ... New York, 1831.).Frontispiece with title: "Massacre of the Whites by the Indians and Blacks in Florida" and caption: "The above is intended to represent the horrid Massacre of the Whites in Florida, in December 1835, and January and February 1836, when near four hunded (including women and children) fell victims to the barbarity of the Negros and Indians."."Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1836, by Daniel F. Blanchard, proprietor, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York."--Verso of title page.Sabin, J. Dictionary of books relating to America from its discovery to the present time,79063Howes, W. U.S.iana, 1650-1950 (1962 edition),S278Checklist of American imprints,36-35848Housed in blue/green cloth traycase with brown leather lettering piece on spine. Non-contemporary marbled paper wrappers.Illustrations hand-colored.ACQ: 10221; Stevens; 5/8/1956. Traycase by Tribolet.
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