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Mary Kinnan
(CAPTIVE TRAVELLING WOMAN)
BIRTH
1763
DEATH
1848


A strongly evangelistic narrative, which Kinan herself did not write. She was held captive in Minnesota between 1791 and 1794.





Shepard Kollock : True narrative of the sufferings of Mary Kinnan who was taken prisoner by the Shawanee nation of Indians on the thirteen day of May 1791, and remained with them till the sixteenth of august 1794. First published in Elizabethtown in 1795, reprinted in West Virginia History.
Voir McKinnie L. Phelps :The Indian Captivity of Mary Kinnan 1791-1794: a Long Forgotten Frontier Tragedy, Pruett Press , 1967.

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