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The Resource General Sheridan's squaw spy and Mrs. Clara Blynn's captivity among the wild Indians of the prairies : a thrilling narrative of the daring exploits and hair-breadth escapes of Viroqua, the betrothed bride of Menoti, a young chief of the Osage tribe of wild Indians of the prairies, and her valuable services to the whites ; to which is added the heart rending story of the capture, sufferings and death of the lovely Mrs. Clara Blynn and her little boy Willie, who were taken prisoners at Sand Creek by the ferocious Kiowah chief, Santana, and brutally murdered by him .., (electronic resource)

General Sheridan's squaw spy and Mrs. Clara Blynn's captivity among the wild Indians of the prairies : a thrilling narrative of the daring exploits and hair-breadth escapes of Viroqua, the betrothed bride of Menoti, a young chief of the Osage tribe of wild Indians of the prairies, and her valuable services to the whites ; to which is added the heart rending story of the capture, sufferings and death of the lovely Mrs. Clara Blynn and her little boy Willie, who were taken prisoners at Sand Creek by the ferocious Kiowah chief, Santana, and brutally murdered by him .., (electronic resource)

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General Sheridan's squaw spy and Mrs. Clara Blynn's captivity among the wild Indians of the prairies : a thrilling narrative of the daring exploits and hair-breadth escapes of Viroqua, the betrothed bride of Menoti, a young chief of the Osage tribe of wild Indians of the prairies, and her valuable services to the whites ; to which is added the heart rending story of the capture, sufferings and death of the lovely Mrs. Clara Blynn and her little boy Willie, who were taken prisoners at Sand Creek by the ferocious Kiowah chief, Santana, and brutally murdered by him ..
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General Sheridan's squaw spy and Mrs. Clara Blynn's captivity among the wild Indians of the prairies
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a thrilling narrative of the daring exploits and hair-breadth escapes of Viroqua, the betrothed bride of Menoti, a young chief of the Osage tribe of wild Indians of the prairies, and her valuable services to the whites ; to which is added the heart rending story of the capture, sufferings and death of the lovely Mrs. Clara Blynn and her little boy Willie, who were taken prisoners at Sand Creek by the ferocious Kiowah chief, Santana, and brutally murdered by him ..
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Gen'l Sheridan's squaw spy
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Language
eng
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UkMbAM-D
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1837-1927
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Alexander, Charles Wesley
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Location of originals duplicates
Newberry Library, Chicago
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  • Newberry Library
  • Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
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  • Sheridan, Philip Henry
  • Indians of North America
  • Indian captivities
  • West (U.S.)
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General Sheridan's squaw spy and Mrs. Clara Blynn's captivity among the wild Indians of the prairies : a thrilling narrative of the daring exploits and hair-breadth escapes of Viroqua, the betrothed bride of Menoti, a young chief of the Osage tribe of wild Indians of the prairies, and her valuable services to the whites ; to which is added the heart rending story of the capture, sufferings and death of the lovely Mrs. Clara Blynn and her little boy Willie, who were taken prisoners at Sand Creek by the ferocious Kiowah chief, Santana, and brutally murdered by him .., (electronic resource)
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http://libraries.ou.edu/access.aspx?url=http://www.americanwest.amdigital.co.uk/Contents/Document-Details.aspx?documentid=1554
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Note
  • Probably by C.W. Alexander
  • "This narrative will bring tears to every eye"
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unknown
Color
black and white
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23 cm.
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unknown
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19-48 p., [2] leaves of plates
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unknown
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electronic
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ill.
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unknown
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unknown
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • 3272921-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3272921
  • (Sirsi) AC001847
  • (OCoLC)436343358
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General Sheridan's squaw spy and Mrs. Clara Blynn's captivity among the wild Indians of the prairies : a thrilling narrative of the daring exploits and hair-breadth escapes of Viroqua, the betrothed bride of Menoti, a young chief of the Osage tribe of wild Indians of the prairies, and her valuable services to the whites ; to which is added the heart rending story of the capture, sufferings and death of the lovely Mrs. Clara Blynn and her little boy Willie, who were taken prisoners at Sand Creek by the ferocious Kiowah chief, Santana, and brutally murdered by him .., (electronic resource)
Link
http://libraries.ou.edu/access.aspx?url=http://www.americanwest.amdigital.co.uk/Contents/Document-Details.aspx?documentid=1554
Publication
Note
  • Probably by C.W. Alexander
  • "This narrative will bring tears to every eye"
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
black and white
Dimensions
23 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
19-48 p., [2] leaves of plates
File format
unknown
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
ill.
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 3272921-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3272921
  • (Sirsi) AC001847
  • (OCoLC)436343358

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