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The Resource Poor Sarah, or, The Indian woman : showing the true way to happiness and contentment

Poor Sarah, or, The Indian woman : showing the true way to happiness and contentment

Label
Poor Sarah, or, The Indian woman : showing the true way to happiness and contentment
Title
Poor Sarah, or, The Indian woman
Title remainder
showing the true way to happiness and contentment
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CLU
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Poor Sarah, or, The Indian woman : showing the true way to happiness and contentment
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Approximate date inferred from Brown, P. London publishers and printers c1800-1870 and from inscription dated 1823 in UCLA copy.
  • Generally attributed to Elias Boudinot; cf. Welch, cited below
  • First appeared in the Religious intelligencer, New Haven, January 1-8, 1820. It was reprinted in the Boston recorder March 11, 1820, and was issued as a tract by several publishers during that year
  • "The subject of the foregoing narrative lived and died in a town in the eastern part of Connecticut"--page 16
  • Cf. Welch, D.A. Amer. children's books, 118-119
Dimensions
11 cm.
Extent
16 p.
Note
  • Quarter red sheep and tan marbled paper over boards.
  • Inscribed "Charlotte Augusta King 1823" on upper paste-down.
  • With: The story of the kind little boy / [by Mrs. Cameron] Wellington, Salop : Houlston, 1822.
Other physical details
ill. (wood-engravings)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)30212235
  • ucoclc30212235
Label
Poor Sarah, or, The Indian woman : showing the true way to happiness and contentment
Publication
Note
  • Approximate date inferred from Brown, P. London publishers and printers c1800-1870 and from inscription dated 1823 in UCLA copy.
  • Generally attributed to Elias Boudinot; cf. Welch, cited below
  • First appeared in the Religious intelligencer, New Haven, January 1-8, 1820. It was reprinted in the Boston recorder March 11, 1820, and was issued as a tract by several publishers during that year
  • "The subject of the foregoing narrative lived and died in a town in the eastern part of Connecticut"--page 16
  • Cf. Welch, D.A. Amer. children's books, 118-119
Dimensions
11 cm.
Extent
16 p.
Note
  • Quarter red sheep and tan marbled paper over boards.
  • Inscribed "Charlotte Augusta King 1823" on upper paste-down.
  • With: The story of the kind little boy / [by Mrs. Cameron] Wellington, Salop : Houlston, 1822.
Other physical details
ill. (wood-engravings)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)30212235
  • ucoclc30212235

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