Journal of Captain Thomas Morris, from Miscellanies in prose and verse. by Thomas Morris

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  • Pontiac"s Conspiracy, 1763-1765.,
  • Indians of North America -- Captivities.

Edition Notes

Facsim. reproduction from the author"s Miscellanies in prose and verse which has imprint, London, Printed by James Ridgway, 1791.

Book details

SeriesMarch of America facsimile series -- no. 46
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LC ClassificationsE83.76
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 39 p. :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21848254M

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Facsim. reproduction from the author's Miscellanies in prose and verse which has imprint: London, Printed by James Ridgway, Description: vi, 39 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates:. "Reprint from the author's Miscellanies in prose and verse (London, ), p.

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Morris published it much later, in hope of a pension. Morris's recorded views on the Native Americans were positive. Journal of Captain Thomas Morris, of His Majesty's XVII regiment of infantry ; Detroit, Septem Reprint from the author's Miscellanies in prose and verse.

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British Captain Thomas Morris was born in in Carlisle. He was educated at Winchester College and joined the British army in As a lieutenant, Morris was sent with the 17th Regiment to America in to take part in the French and Indian War. He participated in the siege of Havana and then traveled to the Great Lakes region to lead peacemaking experiences among.

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