Life of Mary Jemison

Life of Mary Jemison LLMJ001A

Mary Jemison was taken captive by Indians in 1755. She chose to live with them for the rest of her life, had Indian husbands and children. She became known as "The White Woman of the Genessee," and her story is almost unique in American history.

This masterfully-crafted eBook preserves the 1824 edition, and includes a number of illustrations from later editions.

(112 pages, 1.84Mb)

Mary Jemison was taken captive by Indians in 1755. She chose to live with them for the rest of her life, had Indian husbands and children. She became known as "The White Woman of the Genessee," and her story is almost unique in American history.This
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