3 edition of A biographical sketch of Mary Jemison, the white woman of the Genesee found in the catalog.
A biographical sketch of Mary Jemison, the white woman of the Genesee
Charles F. Milliken
|Statement||by Charles F. Milliken.|
|Series||Researches and transactions of the New York State Archeological Association.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 41340 (E)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||90953727|
in the town of Genesee Falls, Wyoming County, and the town of Portage, Livingston County, upon giving a biographical sketch of the muni-ficent donor, describing the park, and telling the geological story Another interesting structure is the "White Woman's Cabin," . Mary Jemison, the "White Woman of the Genesee," taken captive by American Indians, lived much of her life among the Seneca at Little Beard's Town, near present-day Cuylerville. After , she resided on acre reservation, today at the site of Letchworth State Park.
Women's History. Learn about the half of history missing from many history books with biographies, articles, timelines and other resources on the women—famous and . Chapter VII contains accounts of White Chief and Mary Jemison. White Chief was captured when but He never knew his name, or anything four years old. about his people, and, like Mary Jemison, lived his life out among the Indians. He was the father of Seneca White, and John Seneca. Caverly, Robert Heroism Boodey () Hannah Duston.
Mary Jemison, the "White Woman of the Genesee," taken captive by American Indians, lived much of her life among the Seneca at Little Beard's Town, near present-day Cuylerville.  After , she resided on acre reservation, today at the site of Letchworth State Park. Consists of lists of some of the Native Americans known to have attended Mount Holyoke. Further information about these women is available in Alumnae Biographical Files (RG ). Collection guide: RG (LD N3) Nichols, Harriet S. Letter, , Belle Prairie, Minn[esota]. Typed transcript, 2 pages.
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Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison (adapted and arranged for Chamber Theater by Gertrude Breen). Chicago, IL: Coach House Press, Milliken, Charles F. "A Biographical Sketch of Mary Jemison, the White Woman of the Genessee," in Researches and Transactions of the New York State Archeological Association.
Vol. IV, no. Those who settled near the Genesee river, soon became acquainted with "The White Woman," as Mrs. Jemison is called, whose history they anxiously sought, both as a matter of interest and curiosity.
Frankness characterized her conduct, and without reserve she would readily gratify them by relating some of the most important periods of her life.
A book of bios on Americans who did amazing, terrible or revolutionary things, yet have sunk into obscurity. Being a fan of pirate history, I knew a lot about Anne Bonny, who really isn't obscure in those books, and I'd read of the famous miser Hetty Green and the Quaker preacher Mary Dyer, but most of these people were new to me/5.
Rochester, New York in the United States, and its suburbs, is or has been home to many famous people include businessmen, civil rights activists, politicians, entertainers, educators, athletes and much more. Easily the three most prominent Rochesterians in the national consciousness are abolitionist Frederick Douglass, suffragist Susan B.
Anthony, and inventor-philanthropist. A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison, De-he-wä-mis, the white woman of the Genesee. (New York, G. Putnam's Sons, ), by James E. Seaver and William Pryor Letchworth (page images at HathiTrust) The braves' rest; or, The old Seneca Mission Cemetery.
Communicated to the Society., by Wm. Clement Bryant (page images at HathiTrust). neighbor and frequent visitor of Mary Jemison, the “White Woman of the Genesee,” whose reminiscences then supplied the oldest records available on the area.2 But it was as a journalist rather than historian that O'Reilly, back in Rochester afterapproached the city’s his- tory.
Mary Jemison, the "White Woman of the Genesee," taken captive by American Indians, lived much of her life among the Seneca at Little Beard's Town, near present-day Cuylerville. Aftershe resided on acre reservation, today at the site of Letchworth State ssional district: 27th. A Narrative of the Life of Mary Jemison.
The White Woman of the Genesee. New York: American Scenic & Historic Preservation Society, pp. (The most available version of a minor classic of its kind, first published in For a discussion of the many editions, see Strecker, below.).
Jemison, Mary. Seaver, James E. Deh-he-wa-mis: or, A Narrative of the Life of Mary Jemison: Otherwise Called the White Woman, who was Taken Captive by the Indians in MDCCLV (); and who continued to live with them seventy-eight years carefully taken from her own words.
Batavia, NY: W. Seaver & Son, p. Filed under: Indian captivities -- Genesee River Valley (Pa. and N.Y.) A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison, Who Was Taken by the Indians, In the YearWhen Only About Twelve Years of Age, and Has Continued to Reside Amongst Them to the Present Time, by James E.
Seaver (Gutenberg text). TITLE: Deh-he-wa-mis, or, A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison: otherwise called the White woman, who was taken captive by the indians in MDCCLV, and who continued with them seventy eight years: containing an account of the murder of her father and his family, her marriages and sufferings, Indian barbarities, customs and traditions.
CHAPTER III. The "White Woman," Dehewannis or Mary Jemison - Her Family and Possessions. CHAPTER IV. The Notorious "Indian Allen" - Prominent Characters among the Senecas.
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Book Details: From Wikipedia: Mary Jemison (Deh-he-wä-mis) ( – Septem ) was an American frontierswoman who was adopted in her teens by the Seneca. When she was in her teens, she was captured in what is now Adams County, Pennsylvania, from her home along Marsh Creek.Rochester History is a journal that covers the history of Rochester and western New York.
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