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Memoirs of Charles Dennis Rusoe D'Eres, a native of Canada; who was with the Scanyawtauragahrooote Indians eleven years, with a particular account of his sufferings, &c. during his tarry with them, and his safe return to his family connections in Canada; to which is added an appendix, containing a brief account of their persons, dress, manners, reckoning time, mode of government, &c. Feasts, dances, hunting, weapons of war, &c. Making peace, diversions, courtship, marriage, religious tenets, mode of worship, diseases, method of cure, burying their dead, character o the Scanyawtauragahrooote Indians, particular description of the quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles and insects, which are to be met with on and in the vicinity of Scanyawtauragahrooote Island. Copy right secured.

Rusoe D'Eres, Charles Dennis, 1761-
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[Exeter, N.H.] : Printed for, and sold by Henry Ranlet, Exeter, 1800.

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[3], 8-176 p. ; 12⁰.

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ESTC W36145
Evans, 37949
Evans, 38422
Ayer Coll., 236

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