THE INDIAN CAPTIVE; OR A NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERINGS OF ZADOCK STEELE; RELATED BY HIMSELF. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED AN ACCOUNT OF THE BURNING OF ROYALTON.

Montpelerier, Vermont: Published by the Author; E.P. Walton, Printer, 1818. First ed. 16mo., 142, (2) pp. Scattered light foxing and staining; the blank tip of pages 15-20 is lacking, with no loss of text. Newly bound in full calf with spine label titled in gilt. Very good. Item #50732

Howes S-930; Ayer Collection #280. Eberstadt 122, #342 " Steele was captured by the savages at Randolph, Vermont, in October 1780, and was taken to Canada where he was turned over to the British. His circumstantial account of the Burning of Royalton by the Indians is the first to appear in print."

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