A Narrative Of The Captivity Of Mrs. Johnson (2020)

A Narrative Of The Captivity Of Mrs. Johnson Susannah Willard Johnson A Narrative Of The Captivity Of Mrs Johnson None
  • Title: A Narrative Of The Captivity Of Mrs. Johnson
  • Author: Susannah Willard Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780824016470
  • Page: 438
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A Narrative Of The Captivity Of Mrs. Johnson Susannah Willard Johnson None
A Narrative Of The Captivity Of Mrs. Johnson Susannah Willard Johnson

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One thought on “A Narrative Of The Captivity Of Mrs. Johnson

  1. Sarah Brazytis

    This is such an excellent autobiography memoir If you want a real glimpse of the French and Indian War through the eyes of a civilian, this is it.Besides the priceless historical information, Mrs Johnson Susannah is an unusually witty writer for her time She begins Chapter 4 in this amusing fashion I will only detain the reader a few moments longer in this place, while I eat the leg of a woodchuck, and then request him to take a night s sailing in the canoe with me across the Lake.Susannah and h [...]

  2. Melinda Ross

    How do you review a memoir that was published 200 years ago I found it interesting I picked it up because I had recently reread a novel the Calico Captive that is based on this narrative.

  3. Jamie (ReadsInTrees) Dacyczyn

    2017 Reading Challenge A book involving travelI can t believe the reading challenge doesn t have a category for something like a book written than 200 years ago or something like that This would qualify Anyway, the book Calico Captive is one of my childhood favorites, and this is the real life account of that tale Despite being written in the late 1700s, I found it quite readable, and even had a surprised laugh at one point because of something witty snarky that she wrote Interesting to see whi [...]

  4. Susan

    Interesting account of a family abducted by Indians during the French Indian war time It was easy to understand and see how devastating this event was for the woman who wrote it, especially since she had just given birth and saw her family split up amongst numerous people, wondering if they would ever be reunited again I think reading this memoir was a good way to really see what happened during that period in history and all the dangers associated with living out in the wild in New Hampshire.

  5. Bridget

    This is the true story behind Calico Captive, one of my favorite books from childhoodadventuresintucson.

  6. Danielle

    A very different focus than Calico Captive Would make a queer but interesting movie trilogy miniseries By the BBC Yes, please if one could manage to get across the unique attitude towards certain things that are simply unknown today.

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