1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church

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1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church

1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church
1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church. Thomas Churchs History of Philips War is one of the most reliable and important accounts of King Philips War, or the First Indian War. Beginning in 1675, Native Indians to the New England area and the Pilgrim colonists fought until the Treaty of Casco Bay three years later. In addition to Philips War, Church covers the French and Indian Wars, including King Williams War, fought at the end of the 17. The reliability of Thomas Churchs account comes directly from his father Benjamins notes and experiences in the wars themselves. Benjamin Church was a military ranger during King Philips War who was known to design his army movements to emulate that of Indian warfare tactics. Collation: Complete with all pages. References: Sabin 12998; Field 309-311 (311 is Exeter ed). Binding: Leather; tight and secure. 6.5in X 4in (16.5cm x 10cm). Quite scarce with no other example for sale worldwide at present. The item “1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church” is in sale since Thursday, December 20, 2018. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “schilb_antique_books” and is located in Columbia, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Binding: Leather
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Year Printed: 1843
  • Place of Publication: Exeter, N.H.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Publisher: J. & B. Williams
  • Region: North America
  • Author: CHURCH, Thomas
  • Subject: Military & War
  • Modified Item: No
  • Topic: Indian Wars

1843 History of King Philips War Native American INDIAN Warfare Tactics Church

1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown

1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown

1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown
1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown. 15 INCREDIBLE Engravings VERY RARE! 1667 1722 was a historian of early colonial Virginia, as well as a planter and political figure. He was born in Jamestown and died in King and Queen County, Virginia. Beverley’s most notable work is his History and Present State of Virginia, published originally in London in 1705, which documents the history of early life in the Virginia colony. The earliest history of Virginia after John Smith’s and the first account written by a native of the colony. It is considered to be the best contemporary record of the aboriginal tribes and of the life of the early settlers, and is notable for its tonic originality, shrewd observations, and humorous commentaries upon the foibles of the Southern planter. We do not find any other Jordan printings of this same famous work for sale anywhere else! However, we do find similar early 18. Histoire de la Virginie, contenant l’histoire de son etablissement, de son gouvernement d’aprésent, ses productions, la religion, les loix & les coûtumes des Indiens naturels, tant dans la guerre que dans la paix, & l’etat présent du pays à l’égard de la police & de l’agriculture. 15 incredible illustrated engravings. Native American Indians in canoe. Hunters, bows and arrows. Wear as seen in photos. Tight and secure leather binding. Complete with all 433 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such. 15 plates including the frontispiece. 6.5in X 4in (16.5cm x 10cm). 1667 April 21, 1722 was a historian of early colonial Virginia, as well as a planter and political figure. Beverley took part in Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood’s 1716 “Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Expedition” to the Shenandoah Valley. Journalist John Fontaine records that on the return trip, both Beverley and his horse fell, and rolled to the bottom of a hill, but without serious injury to either. However, when Beverley published a revised edition of his History in 1722, he continued it only to 1710, so there is no known account by Beverley of this event. Concerning slavery, in the 1722 re-edition, Beverley says that whilst both black males and females were likely to work in fields, white women were not. Ancestry and family[edit]. Beverley was the second of three sons born to Major Robert Beverley of Yorkshire, England and his wife, Margaret Boyd. [3] His brother, Peter Beverley, was a Speaker of the House of Burgesses and Treasurer of Virginia. Robert married Ursula Byrd, the daughter of William Byrd I in 1697. They had four children. Their son, Robert Beverley III married Maria Carter on February 3, 1763. Her parents were Landon Carter and Maria Byrd. Blandfield at Caret, Virginia was built for William Beverley about 1750. The house is one of the largest colonial plantation mansions in Virginia, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1969. They were lineal descendants of Pocahontas. Lucy and Brett Randolph had ten children. All of them moved to Oakleigh, Greensboro, Alabama. The item “1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown” is in sale since Sunday, February 21, 2016. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “schilb_antiquarian_books” and is located in Columbia, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Binding: Leather
  • Subject: History
  • Topic: United States
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition
  • Origin: European
  • Year Printed: 1712
  • Printing Year: 1712

1712 History of Virginia Beverley Native American Indians Colonial Jamestown