THE REMARKABLE ADVENTURES OF JACKSON JOHONNOT, OF MASSACHUSETTS, WHO SERVED AS A SOLDIER IN THE WESTERN ARMY, IN THE EXPEDITION UNDER GEN. HARMAR AND GEN. ST. CLAIR.; CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF HIS CAPTIVITY, SUFFERINGS, AND ESCAPE FROM THE KICKAPPO INDIANS.

Greenfield, Mass. Printed by Ansel Phelps, 1816. 8vo., 24 pp., entirely untrimmed, with slight dampstain at the top blank margin. Newly bound in quarter morocco with tips and marbled paper over boards. Spine with raised bands and simple gilt rules and title in gilt. Fine. Item #50735

Howes J - 176; Ayer Collection #168; Eberstadt 122: 212 "Johonnot recounts his experiences under Gen. Harmer in the Ohio country; his capture by the Kickappo; his escape; rescue of other captives; return to his regiment; account of St. Clair's defeat, and succeeding events."

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