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Narrative of Titus King of Northampton, Mass., a prisoner of the Indians of Canada, 1755-1758

Titus King

Narrative of Titus King of Northampton, Mass., a prisoner of the Indians of Canada, 1755-1758

by Titus King

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Published by Connecticut Historical Society in Hartford .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 41341 (E)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination21 p.
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2018703M
LC Control Number90953725

Similar Items. Titus: a North American family history Author: Titus, Leo J. Published: () ; The Titus family in America: three generations Author: Titus, Anson, Published: () A history of the Titus and related families: originally of New England and the state of New York.   A Prisoner of the Indians in Canada – (Hartford: Connecticut Historical Soc., ), p. 5. 31 ‘Narrative of the Captivity of Joseph Bartlett among the Indians’, in Coffin, Joshua, A Sketch of the History of Newbury.

Titus Summary by Jay Smith. The book of Titus is a Pastoral Epistle (letter from Paul to a church leader). The author is Paul who wrote it approximately 66 A.D. Key personalities include Paul and Titus. It was written to guide Titus, a Greek believer. Charlotte Alice Baker () was a descendant of several of the early families of Deerfield, took a special interest in the children who were captured in the French and Indian attack of February and who remained in Canada.

This book is a compilation of the true accounts from several survivors of people captured by Indians in the late s. out gives a sobering glimpse into the lives of early pioneers. As a child, I was led to believe the savageness l of the native Americans/5(45). Titus Tatius, traditionally the Sabine king who ruled with Romulus, the founder of is unlikely that either Titus Tatius or Romulus was a historical personage. According to the legend, the conflict between the Romans and the Sabines began when Romulus invited the Sabines to a festival and abducted their Tatius then seized Rome’s Capitoline Hill by bribing Tarpeia, daughter.


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An extensive network of paths joined each clan's members and connected Norwottuck peoples to their kin who lived in nearby homelands centered around present-day Hadley, Deerfield and Northfield. The Norwottuck homeland also included several small, fortified areas, one of which was located on what is now called Fort Hill.

The author of the tract chronicling the event was Titus King, a young militiaman from Northampton who was stationed at the fortified house of Paul Rice in Charlemont. That day, King and another young colonial soldier were helping Moses and Asa Rice (Paul’s father and son, respectively) at work in the fields along the Deerfield River.

Using documentary evidence gleaned from 18th and early 19th century primary sources, dozens of rare artifacts, and a wide array of imagery, the Captured by Indians exhibit examined the practice of captivity from its prehistoric roots to its impact on modern American Indians and other ethnicities.

Northampton (Mass.) -- History, Louisbourg (N.S.) -- History Siege, Publisher Northampton [Press of Gazette printing co.] Collection umass_amherst_libraries; blc; americana Digitizing sponsor UMass Amherst Libraries Contributor UMass Amherst Libraries Language English Volume v.

() Narrative of Titus King of Northampton, Mass., a Prisoner of the Indians in Canada, by Titus King () Captivity of Jonathan Alder by David K.

Webb () Horrors of Indian Captivity: Authentic and Thrilling Sketches of Tragedies That Occurred on the Texas Frontier During Indian Times by John M. Hunter. Titus family of Northampton & Luzerne County, Pa. By Jan Zito Novem at My Jacob Titus Much of what is listed below is not.

By the time that Northampton was settled inthe population of the Indians in the Connecticut Valley was probably less than one thousand. The Norwottucks, the local Indian group affiliated with the Pocumtucks, probably used the Connecticut River at the Oxbow and the Manhan River for transportation routes and fishing.

In Peter Williamson, dressed as an Indian, peddled a tale in Scotland about being kidnapped as a young boy, sold into slavery and servitude, captured by Indians, and made a prisoner of war.

Separating fact from fiction, Timothy Shannon illuminates the curiosity about America among working-class people on the margins of empire.Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. A Titus genealogy: the direct line of descent of Titus Syrachs de Vries.

Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Titus, Clarence Edwin, Format: Book: Language: a Titus, Clarence Edwin, |d 1: 2. A band of Indians attacked Hatfield, Massachusetts, on Septemburning, looting, and killing.

They carried off seventeen people, mostly women and children. Their destination, on foot, was Canada. Among them were Martha Waite, pregnant, and her three girls, ages two, four, and six. Captives,the story of this first Indian/Canadian kidnapping, is a stirring novel of courageous.