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Title The Soveraignty & Goodness of God: a narrative of the captivity and restoration of Mrs Mary Rowlandson
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1682
Document Type Pamphlet
Place of Publication Cambridge
Publisher Samuel Green
Library British Library
Reference G.1392
Region North America
Names Mary Rowlandson, Reverend Joseph Rowlandson, Robert Pepper (p 9), Captain Beers (p9), Chief Quanopin (p11), King Phillip (pp11, 22-25)
Places Massachussetts, Wickford, Quaboug, Quaboag (p9), Medfield (pp13-14), Bacquaug River (pp18, 42-43, 60), Squakheag, Northfield (p21), Northhampton (pp25-26), Boston (pp32, 65, 70), Hadley (p35), Portsmouth (pp39, 69), Wachusett (pp46-47), Lancaster (p65), Concord (p65), Connecticut (pp22, 32), Albany (pp26, 34)
Topics memoir, white slave trade, capture, indigenous people, Native Americans, Narragansett, Sagamore (pp11,14, 44, 56), attack by indigenous tribe (pp1-4), weapons (pp2-3), plunder (pp6, 14, 26, 61), wigwam (pp10, 19, 28), selling of children for guns (p12), plans to attack (p13), scalping (p14), pursuit by the English army (pp17, 19, 34, 59-60), mocking the English army (p60), Sabbath (p19), papoose (p19), squaw (pp19, 25, 28), canoe (pp22-23), tobacco (pp24, 49, 55-56), female smoking (p24), white slaves, trade with French, gunpowder (p36), Mohawks (p36), dress (p48), observation of a 'powaw' (p51), alcohol (p58), release (p59)
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