3 edition of A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children found in the catalog.
A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children
|Statement||By Arthur Bradman.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 26698.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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[Robert Forbes; Arthur Bradman]. A Narrative of the Extraordinary Sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, His Wife and five children. During an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year Bradman, Arthur, "A Narrative of the Extraordinary Sufferings of Mr.
Robert Forbes, His Wife, and Five Children during an Unfortunate Journey through the Wilderness from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year in Which Three of Their Children were Starved to Death.
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A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children, during an unfortunate journey through the wilderness --from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year in which three of their children were starved to death.
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Arthur Bradman. The Man From Snowy River and Other Verses. A Narrative of the Extraordinary Sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, His Wife and five children. During an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year Portland Printed, Reprinted at Exeter: Henry Ranlet, 8vo (7 x 4 3/8 inches).
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Mary Rowlandson, Boston: Nathaniel Coverly, May 15, · His wife and children came to America, settling probably in Tennessee or Kentucky. C. Robert Alexander, a Master of Arts of Trinity College, Dublin, came to Augustaand in established, near Old Providence Church, on land now owned by Samuel Finly McClure, the Augusta Academy, "the first classical school in the Valley," the beginning.The life, trial, &c.
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