An affecting narrative of Louisa Baker, a native of Massachusetts
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An affecting narrative of Louisa Baker, a native of Massachusetts who, in early life having been shamefully seduced, deserted her parents, and enlisted in disguise, on board an American frigate as a marine .. by Lucy Brewer

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Published by Printed by Luther Wales, Re-printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. in New-York, Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Brewer, Lucy,
  • United States -- History -- War of 1812 -- Personal narratives, American

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Edition Notes

Other titlesAdventures of Louisa Baker
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 36518
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination24 p
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15115858M

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An affecting narrative of Louisa Baker, a native of Massachusetts who, in early life having been shamefully seduced, deserted her parents and enlisted in disguise on board an American frigate as a marine: where in two or three engagements she displayed the most heroic fortitude and was honorably discharged therefrom, a few months since, without a discovery of her sex being :// An affecting narrative of Louisa Baker, a native of Massachusetts: who, in early life having been shamefully seduced, deserted her parents and enlisted in disguise on board an American frigate as a marine: where in two or three engagements she displayed the most heroic fortitude and was honorably discharged therefrom, a few months since, without a discovery of her sex being :// An affecting narrative of Louisa Baker, a native of Massachusetts who, in early life having been shamefully seduced, deserted her parents and enlisted in disguise on board an American frigate as a marine: where in two or three engagements she displayed the most heroic fortitude and was honorably discharged therefrom, a few months since Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and ps://:lucy_brewer.

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A brief reply to the late writings of Louisa Baker, alias Lucy Brewer [microform]: late an inhabitant of West-Boston Hill, and who in disguise served three years on board the frigate Constitution / by Mrs. Rachel Sperry Printed for M. Brewster Boston Australian/Harvard Citation. Sperry, ://   In the captivity narrative, the author relates her trials of captivity, escape or rescue, and, in some cases, her assimilation into a Native community. Given the exceptional popularity in its time and influence on subsequent writers, Mrs. Mary Rowlandson’s Sovereignty and Goodness of God () is perhaps the most :// An Affecting Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Mary Smith, who with her Husband and Three Daughters were Taken Prisoners by the Indians Providence, RI: Printed by L. Scott, Olin Library Microprint 23 no. Microprint 23 no. Microprint 23 no. [all ed.]   Online Book: The story of a private soldier in the revolution - Foster, John, Narrative of the experiences of Moses Fellows, of Salisbury, N.H Online Book: The descendants of Samuel Colcord Bartlett and Eleanor Pettengill: his wife, of Salisbury, New Hampshire, to November 1, -