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Susannah Willard Johnson (February 20, 1729/30 – November 27, 1810) was an Anglo-American woman who was captured with her family during an Abenaki Indian raid on Charlestown, New Hampshire in August 1754, just after the outbreak of the French and In. .
Susannah Willard Johnson (February 20, 1729/30 – November 27, 1810) was an Anglo-American woman who was captured with her family during an Abenaki Indian raid on Charlestown, New Hampshire in August 1754, just after the outbreak of the French and Indian War. Johnson and her family were marched for weeks through the wilderness of New England and Quebec before arriving at the Abenaki village in Saint-François-du-Lac, Quebec. The Johnsons were held for ransom until being sold off into slavery to the French.
Spine title: The captivity of Mr. & Mrs. Including illustrations of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, and the 'Indian stones'. Together with a Narrative of James Johnson, Indian captive of Charlestown, NH-1757. Captivity of Mr. xi, xiii, 194, 6 p. : Number of pages.
Johnson : Together with a Narrative of James Johnson, Indian Captive of Charlestown, New Hampshire - 1757. Johnson : Together with a Narrative of James Johnson, Indian Captive of Charlestown, New Hampshire - 1757. by Susannah Willard Johnson. The author describes her struggles to recover from child birth, her walk to St. Francis, the sale of captives to the French, the dispersal of her family, and her eventual return to Charlestown. Includes a roster of Charlestown residents killed or taken prisoner.
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Johnson, Mrs. (Susannah Willard), 1730-1810.
Johnson and her companions were taken prisoner at No. 4, now Charlestown, . in a raid of Indians from St. Francis, Canada, in Aug. 1754. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We never accept ads. But we still need to pay for servers and staff. Johnson, Mrs. Captivity narratives, Indian captivities, Charlestown (. Town) - History, Abenaki Indians.
Susannah Willard Johnson. A Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. Johnson (only known extant work). After her release in 1758, Johnson returned to her home in Charlestown. Susannah Willard Johnson.
Author: Mrs. Susanna Willard Johnson
Publisher: Heritage Books (December 22, 2007)
Pages: 228 pages
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