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E87 .R89 [Info] Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, by Mary White Rowlandson (Gutenberg text)
E87 .R89 1791 [Info] A Narrative of the Captivity, Sufferings, and Removes, of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, Who Was Taken Prisoner by the Indians, With Several Others, and Treated in the Most Barbarous and Cruel Manner by Those Vile Savages; With Many Other Remarkable Events During Her Travels (Boston: T. and J. Fleet, 1791), by Mary White Rowlandson (multiple formats at archive.org)
E87 .S47 N3 [Info] Narrative of the Extraordinary Life of John Conrad Shafford, Known by Many by the Name of the Dutch Hermit (New York: C.L. Carpenter, 1840) (multiple formats at archive.org)
E87 .S638 [Info] An Account of the Remarkable Occurrences in the Life and Travels of Col. James Smith, During His Captivity With the Indians, in the Years 1755, '56, '57, '58 and '59 (Cincinnati: R. Clarke, 1870), by James Smith (multiple formats at archive.org)
E87 .S752 [Info] Narrative of O. M. Spencer, Comprising an Account of His Captivity Among the Mohawk Indians in North America (London: J. Mason, 1836), by Oliver M. Spencer (multiple formats at archive.org)
E87 .S97 [Info] Hannah Swanton, the Casco Captive, Or, The Catholic Religion in Canada and Its Influence on the Indians in Maine (Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, 1837), by Cotton Mather (multiple formats at archive.org)
E87 .T15 1830 [Info] A Narrative of the Captivity and Adventures of John Tanner, (U.S. Interpreter At the Saut De Ste. Marie,) During Thirty Years Residence Among the Indians in the Interior of North America (New York: G. & C. & H. Carvili, 1830), by John Tanner and Edwin James (multiple formats at archive.org)
E87 .T15 1883 [Info] Grey Hawk: Life and Adventures Among the Red Indians (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1902), by John Tanner, ed. by James Macaulay (multiple formats at Google; US access only)
E87 .W7285 [Info] The Captivity and Deliverance of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, of Lancaster, Who Was Taken By the French and Indians (Brookfield: Printed by Hori Brown, from the press of E. Merriam & Co., 1811), by Mary White Rowlandson
E88 .K3 [Info] Wanderings of an Artist Among the Indians of North America: From Canada to Vancouver's Island and Oregon Through the Hudson's Bay Company's Territory and Back Again (London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts, 1859), by Paul Kane (multiple formats at archive.org)
E89 .E13 [Info] Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains, by Charles A. Eastman (Gutenberg text)
E89 .H97 [Info] Stories of Indian Chieftains (part 2 of Husted's Indian series; Bloomington, IL: Public-School Pub. Co., 1911), by Mary Hall Husted (multiple formats at archive.org)
E89 .J14 [Info] Descriptive Catalogue of Photographs of North American Indians (Washington : G.P.O., 1877), by William Henry Jackson (multiple formats at archive.org)
E89 .M81 [Info] Photographic Studies of Indians (Grand Canyon, AZ: El Tovar Studio, Fred Harvey, c1910), by Carl Moon (multiple formats at archive.org)
E89 .S72 [Info] Portraits of North American Indians: With Sketches of Scenery, Etc. Painted By J.M. Stanley, Deposited With the Smithsonian Institution (Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1852), by Smithsonian Institution, illust. by John Mix Stanley (multiple formats at archive.org)
E89 .U59 [Info] Famous Indians: A Collection of Short Biographies (Washington: GPO, 1966), by United States Bureau of Indian Affairs (page images at HathiTrust)
E89 .W87 [Info] Lives of Famous Indian Chiefs: From Cofachiqui, the Indian Princess, and Powhatan, Down to and Including Chief Joseph and Geronimo; Also an Answer, from the Latest Research, of the Query, Whence Came the Indian? Together with a Number of Thrillingly Interesting Indian Stories and Anecdotes from History (Aurora, IL: American Indian Historical Pub. Co., c1906), by Norman B. Wood (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
E90 .A5 A52 1831 [Info] A Son of the Forest: The Experience of William Apes, a Native of the Forest (second edition; New York: The author, 1831), by William Apess
E90 .F5 F5 [Info] Chief Flying Hawk's Tales; The True Story of Custer's Last Fight, by Flying Hawk and M. I. McCreight (illustrated HTML at manycoups.net)
E90 .G8 G8 [Info] Tahan: Out of Savagery Into Civilization (New York: George H. Doran Co., c1915), by Joseph K. Griffis (multiple formats at archive.org)
E90 .J7 M5 [Info] Memoir of Elizabeth Jones: a Little Indian Girl Who Lived At the River-Credit Mission, Upper Canada (London: J. Mason, 1838)
E90 .J8 A3 [Info] Chief Joseph's Own Story (reprinted from the North American Review, April 1879, with additional material), by Joseph (Nez Percé Chief), contrib. by Donald MacRae and William Hobart Hare (multiple formats at archive.org)
E90 .P3 O2 1788 [Info] A Sermon at the Execution of Moses Paul, an Indian, Who Had Been Guilty of Murder, Preached at New Haven in America by Samson Occom; To Which is Added a Short Account of the Late Spread of the Gospel among the Indians; also Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians (London: Reprinted and sold by Buckland et al., 1788), by Samson Occom and Jonathan Edwards
E90 .P656 [Info] The Story of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., c1906), by E. Boyd Smith (page images with commentary at Brooklyn Public Library)
E90 .P74 E3 [Info] Pocahontas: Including An Account of the Early Settlement of Virginia and of the Adventures of Captain John Smith (New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, c1879), by Edward Eggleston and Elizabeth Eggleston Seelye (multiple formats at Indiana)

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