Life Among The Indians Or: The Captivity Of Oatman Girls Among The Apache & Mohave Indians

Stratton, R.B.

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1st Grabhorn Press edition, limited to five hundred and fifty copies, fine condition, front free and rear free endpapers have a fade from a article, top and bottom tips show wear, the interior pages are in fine condition, no browning, published by The Grabhorn Press, San Francisco, 209 pages. An account of the 1851 Massacre of the Oatman Family by the Apache Indians and the five years of suffering and captivity of Olive Oatman , also, the narrow escape of Lorenzo Oatman. With illustrations engraved on wood by Mallette dean. see Howes S-1075, Wagner-Camp 274, Storm.Graff 4066. Codice inventario libreria

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the Apache Indians, in 1851; the narrow escape of Lorenzo D. Oatman; the capture of Olive A. and Mary A. Oatman ./ as given by Lorenzo D. and Olive A. Oatman . to the author, R. B. Stratton.
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Descrizione libro Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Captivity of the Oatman Girls: Being an Interesting Narrative of Life among the Apache and Mohave Indians is an account of Olive Oatman, who was captured and enslaved by the Mohave people for five years. Codice libro della libreria APC9781496171542

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Descrizione libro Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Captivity of the Oatman Girls: Being an Interesting Narrative of Life among the Apache and Mohave Indians is an account of Olive Oatman, who was captured and enslaved by the Mohave people for five years. Codice libro della libreria APC9781496171542

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Descrizione libro 2017. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 148 pages. English ABOUT THE BOOK:- In 1851 the Oatman family set out alone in covered wagons along the Santa Fe trail to California. Seventy miles from the California border they were attacked by Indians, who massacred the entire family, except a boy, Lorenzo and two girls, Ann and Olive. The girls were taken into captivity, soon to be sold to other Indians farther west. Lorenzo, though badly wounded, found his way back to civilization. As soon as he was able, he began to search for his sisters. The author narrative is based upon interviews with the Oatman's themselves. Olive Oatman's account of her captivity provided one of the earliest descriptions of life in Indian villages of the Southwest. For five years Lorenzo sought to locate his sisters and a subplot involves his efforts to rescue the girls. Olive Oatman was rescued from her captor in February 1856. Later married John B. Fairchild and spent the rest of her life in Sherman, Texas. Where she passed away in 1903. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Royal B. Stratton was a Methodist reverend. He lectured in California for eleven years before publishing his best selling story of the Oatman girls in 1857. He generously used the royalties earned from the book to pay for Lorenzo and Olive's college education. He lived in Yreka, California. CONTENTS:- CHAPTER I 17 The first Encampment–The Oatman Family–Their checkered Allotment up to the Time of their Emigration–Mr. Oatman–His Ill–health–Proposes to join the Party organized to form an American Colony near the Gulf of California, in 1849–The 10th of August–Discord in Camp, owing to the religious Prejudices of a few– First Danger from Indians–The Camanche Band–Two Girls taken for "Injins"– The Grape Dumpling–Mexican Settlements–The Hunt for Antelopes, and its tragical End–Charles refuses to fight "Injins"’ with Prayer–Moro–Scarcity of Provisions–Discontent and Murmurings–Mr. Lane–His Death–Loss of Animals by the Apaches–Mrs. M. in the Well–Santa Cruz and Tukjon–Some of the Company remain here Pimole–The only traveling Companions of the Oatman Family resolve to remain–Mr. Oatman, in Perplexity, resolves to proceed. CHAPTER II 36 Mr. and Mrs. Oatman in Perplexity–Interview with Dr. Lecount Advises them to proceed–They start alone–Teams begin to fail–The Roads are bad–The Country rough and mountainous–Compelled to carry the Baggage up the Hills by Hand– Overtaken by Dr. Lecount on his way to Fort Yuma–He promises them Assistance from the Fort–The next Night the Horses of Dr. Lecount are stolen by the Apaches– He posts a Card, warning Mr. Oatman of Danger, and starts on Foot for the Fort– Reach the Gila River–Camp on the Island late at Night–Their dreary Situation, and the Conversation of the Children–The Morning of the 29th’of March–Their Struggle to ascend the Hill on the 29th–Reach the Summit about Sunset–The Despondence and Presentiments of Mr. Oatman–Nineteen Apaches approach them Profess Friendliness–The Massacre–Lorenzo left for dead, but is preserved–The Capture of Olive and Mary Ann. CHAPTER III 51 Lorenzo Oatman–Conscious of most of the Scenes of the Massacre–The next Day he finds himself at the Foot of a rocky Declivity, over which he had fallen– Makes an Effort to walk–Starts for I’imole–His Feelings and Sufferings–Is attacked by Wolves–Then by two Indians, who are about to shoot him down–Their subsequent Kindness–They go on to the Place of Massacre–He meets the Wilders and Kellys—They take him back to Pimole–In about one Month gets well, and starts for Fort Yuma–Visits the Place of Massacre–His Feelings–Burial of the Dead–Reflections–The two Girls–Their Thoughts of Home and Friends–Conduct of their Captors–Disposition of the Stock–Cruelty to the Girls to hurry them on– Girls resolve not to proceed–Meet eleven Indians, who seek to kill Olive–Reasons for–Apaches defend her–Their Habits of Fear for their own Safety–Their Reception at the Apache Village–One Year–The Mohaves–Their second coming among the Apaches–Conversation of Olive and Ma. Codice libro della libreria 9789351285328

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Descrizione libro 2017. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 148 ABOUT THE BOOK:- In 1851 the Oatman family set out alone in covered wagons along the Santa Fe trail to California. Seventy miles from the California border they were attacked by Indians, who massacred the entire family, except a boy, Lorenzo and two girls, Ann and Olive. The girls were taken into captivity, soon to be sold to other Indians farther west. Lorenzo, though badly wounded, found his way back to civilization. As soon as he was able, he began to search for his sisters. The author narrative is based upon interviews with the Oatman's themselves. Olive Oatman's account of her captivity provided one of the earliest descriptions of life in Indian villages of the Southwest. For five years Lorenzo sought to locate his sisters and a subplot involves his efforts to rescue the girls. Olive Oatman was rescued from her captor in February 1856. Later married John B. Fairchild and spent the rest of her life in Sherman, Texas. Where she passed away in 1903. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Royal B. Stratton was a Methodist reverend. He lectured in California for eleven years before publishing his best selling story of the Oatman girls in 1857. He generously used the royalties earned from the book to pay for Lorenzo and Olive's college education. He lived in Yreka, California. CONTENTS:- CHAPTER I 17 The first Encampment–The Oatman Family–Their checkered Allotment up to the Time of their Emigration–Mr. Oatman–His Ill–health–Proposes to join the Party organized to form an American Colony near the Gulf of California, in 1849–The 10th of August–Discord in Camp, owing to the religious Prejudices of a few– First Danger from Indians–The Camanche Band–Two Girls taken for "Injins"– The Grape Dumpling–Mexican Settlements–The Hunt for Antelopes, and its tragical End–Charles refuses to fight "Injins"’ with Prayer–Moro–Scarcity of Provisions–Discontent and Murmurings–Mr. Lane–His Death–Loss of Animals by the Apaches–Mrs. M. in the Well–Santa Cruz and Tukjon–Some of the Company remain here Pimole–The only traveling Companions of the Oatman Family resolve to remain–Mr. Oatman, in Perplexity, resolves to proceed. CHAPTER II 36 Mr. and Mrs. Oatman in Perplexity–Interview with Dr. Lecount Advises them to proceed–They start alone–Teams begin to fail–The Roads are bad–The Country rough and mountainous–Compelled to carry the Baggage up the Hills by Hand– Overtaken by Dr. Lecount on his way to Fort Yuma–He promises them Assistance from the Fort–The next Night the Horses of Dr. Lecount are stolen by the Apaches– He posts a Card, warning Mr. Oatman of Danger, and starts on Foot for the Fort– Reach the Gila River–Camp on the Island late at Night–Their dreary Situation, and the Conversation of the Children–The Morning of the 29th’of March–Their Struggle to ascend the Hill on the 29th–Reach the Summit about Sunset–The Despondence and Presentiments of Mr. Oatman–Nineteen Apaches approach them Profess Friendliness–The Massacre–Lorenzo left for dead, but is preserved–The Capture of Olive and Mary Ann. CHAPTER III 51 Lorenzo Oatman–Conscious of most of the Scenes of the Massacre–The next Day he finds himself at the Foot of a rocky Declivity, over which he had fallen– Makes an Effort to walk–Starts for I’imole–His Feelings and Sufferings–Is attacked by Wolves–Then by two Indians, who are about to shoot him down–Their subsequent Kindness–They go on to the Place of Massacre–He meets the Wilders and Kellys—They take him back to Pimole–In about one Month gets well, and starts for Fort Yuma–Visits the Place of Massacre–His Feelings–Burial of the Dead–Reflections–The two Girls–Their Thoughts of Home and Friends–Conduct of their Captors–Disposition of the Stock–Cruelty to the Girls to hurry them on– Girls resolve not to proceed–Meet eleven Indians, who seek to kill Olive–Reasons for–Apaches defend her–Their Habits of Fear for their own Safety–Their Reception at the Apache Village–One Year–The Mohaves–Their second coming among the Apaches–Conversation of Olive and Mary–Purchased by. Codice libro della libreria 9789351285328

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Descrizione libro 2017. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 148 pages. English ABOUT THE BOOK:- In 1851 the Oatman family set out alone in covered wagons along the Santa Fe trail to California. Seventy miles from the California border they were attacked by Indians, who massacred the entire family, except a boy, Lorenzo and two girls, Ann and Olive. The girls were taken into captivity, soon to be sold to other Indians farther west. Lorenzo, though badly wounded, found his way back to civilization. As soon as he was able, he began to search for his sisters. The author narrative is based upon interviews with the Oatman's themselves. Olive Oatman's account of her captivity provided one of the earliest descriptions of life in Indian villages of the Southwest. For five years Lorenzo sought to locate his sisters and a subplot involves his efforts to rescue the girls. Olive Oatman was rescued from her captor in February 1856. Later married John B. Fairchild and spent the rest of her life in Sherman, Texas. Where she passed away in 1903. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Royal B. Stratton was a Methodist reverend. He lectured in California for eleven years before publishing his best selling story of the Oatman girls in 1857. He generously used the royalties earned from the book to pay for Lorenzo and Olive's college education. He lived in Yreka, California. CONTENTS:- CHAPTER I 17 The first Encampment–The Oatman Family–Their checkered Allotment up to the Time of their Emigration–Mr. Oatman–His Ill–health–Proposes to join the Party organized to form an American Colony near the Gulf of California, in 1849–The 10th of August–Discord in Camp, owing to the religious Prejudices of a few– First Danger from Indians–The Camanche Band–Two Girls taken for "Injins"– The Grape Dumpling–Mexican Settlements–The Hunt for Antelopes, and its tragical End–Charles refuses to fight "Injins"’ with Prayer–Moro–Scarcity of Provisions–Discontent and Murmurings–Mr. Lane–His Death–Loss of Animals by the Apaches–Mrs. M. in the Well–Santa Cruz and Tukjon–Some of the Company remain here Pimole–The only traveling Companions of the Oatman Family resolve to remain–Mr. Oatman, in Perplexity, resolves to proceed. CHAPTER II 36 Mr. and Mrs. Oatman in Perplexity–Interview with Dr. Lecount Advises them to proceed–They start alone–Teams begin to fail–The Roads are bad–The Country rough and mountainous–Compelled to carry the Baggage up the Hills by Hand– Overtaken by Dr. Lecount on his way to Fort Yuma–He promises them Assistance from the Fort–The next Night the Horses of Dr. Lecount are stolen by the Apaches– He posts a Card, warning Mr. Oatman of Danger, and starts on Foot for the Fort– Reach the Gila River–Camp on the Island late at Night–Their dreary Situation, and the Conversation of the Children–The Morning of the 29th’of March–Their Struggle to ascend the Hill on the 29th–Reach the Summit about Sunset–The Despondence and Presentiments of Mr. Oatman–Nineteen Apaches approach them Profess Friendliness–The Massacre–Lorenzo left for dead, but is preserved–The Capture of Olive and Mary Ann. CHAPTER III 51 Lorenzo Oatman–Conscious of most of the Scenes of the Massacre–The next Day he finds himself at the Foot of a rocky Declivity, over which he had fallen– Makes an Effort to walk–Starts for I’imole–His Feelings and Sufferings–Is attacked by Wolves–Then by two Indians, who are about to shoot him down–Their subsequent Kindness–They go on to the Place of Massacre–He meets the Wilders and Kellys—They take him back to Pimole–In about one Month gets well, and starts for Fort Yuma–Visits the Place of Massacre–His Feelings–Burial of the Dead–Reflections–The two Girls–Their Thoughts of Home and Friends–Conduct of their Captors–Disposition of the Stock–Cruelty to the Girls to hurry them on– Girls resolve not to proceed–Meet eleven Indians, who seek to kill Olive–Reasons for–Apaches defend her–Their Habits of Fear for their own Safety–Their Reception at the Apache Village–One Year–The Mohaves–Their second coming among the Apaches–Conversation of Olive and Ma. Codice libro della libreria 9789351285311

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