3 edition of Biography of Frances Slocum found in the catalog.
Biography of Frances Slocum
John Franklin Meginness
|Statement||John F. Meginness.|
|Series||The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ;, v. 58|
|LC Classifications||E85 .G2 vol. 58, E87 .G2 vol. 58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||238, iv, 8 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||75007081|
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Frances Slocum. Indian captive Born: 3/4/ Birthplace: Warwick, R.I. Frances Slocum was the daughter of Jonathan and Ruth Tripp Slocum, Quakers who had settled near Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
In Sept. at the age of five, she was kidnapped by Delaware Indians during a raiding party. Although her family continued to search for her, it wasn't untilnearly 60 years later, that two of her. Biography of Frances Slocum - The Lost Sister of Wyoming is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other : John Franklin Meginness Meginness.
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Biography of Frances Slocum, the Lost Sister of Wyoming: A Complete Narrative of Her Captivity and Wanderings Among the Indians John Franklin Meginness Heller Bros.' Printing House, - Delaware Indians - pages. Frances Slocum was one of ten children born to Jonathan and Ruth Tripp Slocum, a Quaker family who emigrated from Rhode Island to the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania in During the Revolutionary War, the Slocums remained in the settlement while many others fled before the Battle of Wyoming in July Frances Slocum’s Birth and Capture.
Frances Slocum was born to Jonathon and Ruth Slocum, a Quaker family living near Wilkes-Barre, in Wyoming Valley, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, on November 2, She was taken from her home by Delaware. Biography of Frances Slocum, the lost sister of Wyoming.
Jersey Shore, PA: Zebrowski Historical Services, (OCoLC) Named Person: Frances Slocum; Frances Slocum: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Franklin Meginness. The Story of “Ma-Con-a-Quah” aka Frances Slocum, daughter of Jonathan Slocum.
Published Syracuse N.Y. The short version is that she was first married and then divorced Little Turtle the powerful peace prodigy who visited Presidents Washington, John Adams and twice Thomas Jefferson and is buried with sword and medal given him by Washington.
Frances Slocum was the daughter of Jonathan and Ruth Tripp Slocum, a Quaker family. She was from Wilkes-Barre, Wyoming Valley, Luzerne Co., PA. when she was taken from her home by Delaware Indians at the age of five years old in She was given the Indian name 'Maconaquah' and raised in the Indian culture.
In Life among the Indians Young Frances Slocum was one of a family of peaceful Quakers from the Wyoming Valley, but latterly living in Lenape, Pennsylvania when, inaged just five years old, she was abducted by a raiding party of Miami Indians and carried away into captivity.
She became Maconaquah-the Little Bear-and she was destined to spend the rest of her life living/5(1). FRANCES SLOCUM THE CAPTIVE FRANCES7 SLOCUM, the ner life-long Kaptiv among North Amerikan savajez * waz ov good English blood her lineaj in New England being az foloz, fix: Johnathan 6 Slocum and wife Ruth Tripp; Hon Joseph 5 and Patience Carr; Giles 4 and Mary Paine; Samuel 3; Giles 2 and wife Joan; and Hon.
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No thanks. Try the new Google Books eBook - FREE. Get this book in print Frances Slocum: The Lost Sister of Wyoming (Classic Reprint) No preview available - Frances Slocum: The Lost Sister of Wyoming - Primary Source Edition. Howes M From wikipedia: Frances Slocum (March 4, - March 9, ) (Ma-con-na-quah, "Young Bear" or "Little Bear") was an adopted member of the Miami people.
Slocum was born into a Quaker family that migrated from Warwick, Rhode Island, in to the Wyoming Valley in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. HISTORY OF FRANCIS SLOCUM THE CAPTIVE A Civilized Heredity vs. A Savage, and Later Barbarous, Environment by Charles Elihu Slocum, M.D., PH.D., LL.D.
NOTE: The Spelling here is as it is in the book. FRANCES SLOCUM THE CAPTIVE (continued) On our way we tarried a few moments with an Indian chief, and found him. Frances Slocum died in at the age of Pennsylvania’s Frances Slocum State Park marks the lands where the captive spent her first nights away from home.
Biography. Father of Frances Slocum, subject of the book "The Lost Daughter of The Wyoming." Moved from Rhode Island to the Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania in with his wife and nine children. On November 2,Delaware Indians came to the Slocum. Slocum, Frances. Meginness, John F. Biography of Frances Slocum, the Lost Sister of Wyoming.A Complete Narrative of her Captivity and Wanderings among the Indians.
Williamsport, PA:Heler Brothers, p. Delaware Indian captivities. Smith, Emma. Gibson, Margaret W. Emma Smith, the Elect Lady: A Novel Based on Her Life. Frances Slocum was a young girl who was "stolen by the Delaware Indians from her father's house near Wilkes-Barre, in Wyoming Valley, Luzerne county, Pa.," in November, The brother of Frances Slocum is Major Benjamin Slocum.
Benjamin's daughter, Maria Slocum, is my g-g grandmother and wife of Dr. Silas B. Robinson. [Picture, signed Jennie Brownscombe, from the book, Frances Slocum. Frances Slocum found her home surrounded by white settlements, and felt the need of some friend to protect her rights.
She desires either her brothers settle near her. This they could not do, but George Slocum, her brother Isaac's son, settled near them in He was an earnest Christian and a member of a Baptist church. He shared interests with Walker-Slocum, as seen in his New York Times opinion piece in“Make Room for Black Classical Music” (Transcription of interview conducted by Mary Lynne Allen on September 24th,granted by Frances Walker-Slocum, George Theophilus Walker Former Student File, Record Group 28/2, BoxO.
A.). Frances Walker-Slocum, 94, Pioneering Pianist and Teacher, Dies Frances Walker-Slocum in an undated photo.
She championed the works of black composers and was the first black women granted tenure. Biography. Frances Slocum was born on Mar. 4, in Warwick, Rhode Island, the daughter of Jonathan and Ruth Tripp Slocum, a Quaker family.
She was from Wilkes-Barre, Wyoming Valley, Luzerne Co., PA. when she was taken from her home by Delaware Indians at. Biography of Frances Slocum, the Lost sister of Wyoming: A complete Narrative of her Captivity and Wanderings Among the Indians, John Franklin Meginness.
Source: rom John F. Meginness' book, Biography of Frances Slocum, ] Little Bear Is Born. Frances Slocum was born in at what at the time was the colonial frontier in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania.
Her parents were Quaker settlers who had s homesteaded in the Wyoming Valley, and Luzerne County. Biography of Frances Slocum, narrative of her captivity & wanderings among the Indians, by Meginness, John Franklin () Blue Eye - a story of the people of the plains, by Mock, Fred G () Boys' book of Indian warriors and heroic Indian women, by Sabin, Edward Legrand ()End date: Search result for john-franklindn-meginness: Lycoming County(), Biography of Frances Slocum, the Lost Sister of Wyoming.
a Complete Narrative of Her Captivity and Wanderings Among the Indians(), Official Report of the Proceedings of the Centennial Anniversary of Lycoming County, Pa., Held at the City of Williamsport, July 2D, 3D and 4th, Frances Slocum State Park consists of 1, acres in northeastern Pennsylvania's Luzerne County.
The horseshoe shaped, acre lake is popular for boating and fishing, and is a home to many species of birds, fish and wildlife. The many hiking and mountain biking trails and the large day use area attract visitors to picnic and explore the forests.
Frances Slocum letter, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Indiana State Library. Frances Slocum letter S - Page 4 - Biographical Note Frances Slocum was abducted by Delaware warriors at a young age. She later became an adopted member of the Miami tribe. Family members located her in and she chose to remain with the Miami.
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Trained in Zurich, I bring thirty years of. frances slocum Name: France s Slocum France s Slocum (Maconaquah, "The Little Bear") was an adopted member of the Miami tribe taken from her family home by the Lenape in Pennsylvania at the age of four and raised in what is now Indiana.
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Frances Slocum had no brother George and the records show that it was Giles Slocum who joined Proctor at Painted Post. Evidently this brother did not prosecute his investigations very long, as Proctor's journal for Apcontains the entry: "To cash paid Francis Slocum, a white prisoner, 7s.
6d.". View detailed information and reviews for S Frances Slocum Trl in Peru, Indiana and get driving directions with road conditions and live traffic updates along the way. Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, edited by James Grant Wilson, John Fiske and Stanley L.
Klos. Six volumes, New York: D. Appleton and Company, and Frances Slocum. SLOCUM, Frances, captive among the Indians, born in Wyoming valley, Pennsylvania, in ; died near Logansport, Indiana, in She was taken. Martha Bennett Phelps, Frances Slocum’s grandniece, wrote a biography, “The Lost Sister of Wyoming,” in for Frances Slocum’s descendants; she acknowledges using John F.
Meginness. Download PDF The Lost Sister Of Wyoming An Authentic Narrative book full free. The Lost Sister Of Wyoming An Authentic Narrative available for download and read online in Narrative of the captivity of Frances Slocum among the Delaware Indians, with a sketch of the history of the Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania.
Biography of Frances Slocum.