[Early American Imprint; Native Americans]; Hubbard, William
Title A NARRATIVE OF THE INDIAN WARS IN NEW ENGLAND, FROM THE FIRST PLANTING THEREOF IN THE YEAR 1607, TO THE YEAR 1677, CONTAINING A RELATION OF THE OCCASION RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE WAR WITH THE INDIANS IN THE SOUTHERN, WESTERN, EASTERN AND NORTHERN PARTS OF THE SAID COUNTRY
Binding Full calf
Book Condition very good
Edition fourth edition (3rd American)
Publisher Worcester Printed by Daniel Greenleaf for Joseph Wilder 1801
Seller ID 1532
16mo (4¼” x 6½”). pp. 410; Pagination errors: number 216 repeated; p. 276, 370 misnumbered 976, 371 as called for. Contemporary calf with red morocco spine label; the smooth spine gilt ruled into 6 panels. Originally published in Boston in 1677, under the title: A Narrative of the Troubles with the Indians in New-England ...To which is added a discourse about the Warre with the Pequods in the year 1637. The present volume is a print of Boyle's abridged edition of the former, in Boston, 1775. Howes called the 1675 edition "A corner-stone authority on the subject." Very good with rubbing to the extremities; scattered toning and light foxing; 19th century engraved bookplate of J L M Willis on the front pastedown. Sabin 33448; See Howes 756 for the 1675 edition.