APA Citation

Plummer, R. (1838). Narrative of the captivity and extreme sufferings of Mrs. Clarissa Plummer: Wife of the late Mr. James Plummer, of Franklin County, state of New-York, who, with Mrs. Caroline Harris ... were, in the spring of 1835, with their unfortunate families, surprised and taken prisoners by a party of the Camanche tribe of Indians, while emigrating ... to Texas : and after having been held nearly two years in captivity, and witnessed the deaths of their husbands, were fortunately redeemed from the hands of the savages by an American fur trader, a native of Georgia. New-York: Perry and Cooke.

Chicago Style Citation

Plummer, Rachael. Narrative of the Captivity and Extreme Sufferings of Mrs. Clarissa Plummer: Wife of the Late Mr. James Plummer, of Franklin County, State of New-York, Who, With Mrs. Caroline Harris ... Were, in the Spring of 1835, With Their Unfortunate Families, Surprised and Taken Prisoners By a Party of the Camanche Tribe of Indians, While Emigrating ... to Texas : And After Having Been Held Nearly Two Years in Captivity, and Witnessed the Deaths of Their Husbands, Were Fortunately Redeemed From the Hands of the Savages By an American Fur Trader, a Native of Georgia. New-York: Perry and Cooke, 1838.

MLA Citation

Plummer, Rachael. Narrative of the Captivity and Extreme Sufferings of Mrs. Clarissa Plummer: Wife of the Late Mr. James Plummer, of Franklin County, State of New-York, Who, With Mrs. Caroline Harris ... Were, in the Spring of 1835, With Their Unfortunate Families, Surprised and Taken Prisoners By a Party of the Camanche Tribe of Indians, While Emigrating ... to Texas : And After Having Been Held Nearly Two Years in Captivity, and Witnessed the Deaths of Their Husbands, Were Fortunately Redeemed From the Hands of the Savages By an American Fur Trader, a Native of Georgia. New-York: Perry and Cooke, 1838.

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