An Affecting narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Mrs. Mary Smith, [electronic resource] : who with her husband, and three daughters, were taken prisoners by the Indians, in August, 1814, and after enduring the most cruel hardships and torture of mind for sixty days, in which time she witnessed the tragical death of her husband and helpless children, was rescued from the merciless savages by a detached party of the army of the brave General Jackson, then commanding at New Orleans.
- Williamsburgh [Mass.]: : Printed by Ephraim Whitman:, 1818.
- Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 45731.
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