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by William L. Andrews,Sargent Bush,Annette Kolodny,Amy Shrager Lang,Daniel B. Shea


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Four early American women tell their own stories: Mary Rowlandson on her capture by Indians in 1676, Boston businesswoman Sarah Kemble Knight on her travels in New England, Elizabeth Ashbridge on her personal odyssey from indentured servant to Quaker preacher, and Elizabeth House.

Four early American women tell their own stories: Mary Rowlandson on her capture by Indians in 1676, Boston businesswoman Sarah Kemble Knight on her travels in New England, Elizabeth Ashbridge on her personal odyssey from indentured servant to Quaker preacher, and Elizabeth House Trist, correspondent of Thomas Jefferson, on her travels from Philadelphia to Natchez. Accompanied by introductions and extensive notes. The writings of four hearty women who braved considerable privation and suffering in a wild, uncultivated 17th- and 18th-century America.

Presents the personal narratives of four women in the early days of American settlement. These are tales of exploration beyond conventional boundaries, women's voyages of self-discovery in a new world. The authors include Mary Rowlandson, Sarah Knight, Elizabeth Trist and Elizabeth Ashbridge.

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Wisconsin Studies in Autobiography. Four early American women tell their own stories: Mary Rowlandson on her capture by Indians in 1676, Boston businesswoman Sarah Kemble Knight on her travels in New England, Elizabeth Ashbridge on her personal odyssey from indentured servant to Quaker preacher, and Elizabeth House Trist, correspondent of Thomas Jefferson, on her travels from Philadelphia to Natchez. The writings of four hearty women who braved considerable privation and suffering in a wild, uncultivated 17th- and 18th-century America

Four early American women tell their own stories: Mary Rowlandson on her capture by Indians in 1676, Boston businesswoman Sarah Kemble Knight on her travels in New England.

Hardcover, 30 Nov 1990.

Journeys in New Worlds : Early American Women's Narratives. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Other Authors: Kolodny, Annette

Journeys in New Worlds : Early American Women's Narratives. Main Author: Andrews, William L. Other Authors: Kolodny, Annette. Shea, Daniel . Bush, Sargent, J. Lang, Amy Schrager. Published: Wisconsin : University of Wisconsin Press, 1990.

Journeys in New Worlds: Early American Women's Narratives. University of Wisconsin Press. W. R. Wayne Martin MD, FRCPC (auth. Patricia A. Broderick PhD, David N. Rahni PhD, Edwin H. Kolodny MD (ed. Year: 2005. William L. Andrews, Sargent Bush, Annette Kolodny, Amy Shrager Lang, Daniel B. Shea.

Journeys in New Worlds: Early American Women's Narratives (Wisconsin Studies in Autobiography). Published by University of Wisconsin Press (1990). ISBN 10: 029912584X ISBN 13: 9780299125844.

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RuTGamer
I'm using this book for class and discovered the Kindle edition does not have the very helpful headnotes (introductory essays) present in the print edition. Also, the publisher did not include true page numbers.
Maridor
I bought this book for a class, and I thought it would be really boring, but it's not. Captive narratives are a great read and short too.
Journeys in new worlds: Early American women's narratives (Wisconsin studies in American autobiography) download epub
Regional U.S.
Author: William L. Andrews,Sargent Bush,Annette Kolodny,Amy Shrager Lang,Daniel B. Shea
ISBN: 0299125807
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Subcategory: Regional U.S.
Language: English
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press (1990)
Pages: 232 pages