|Statement||Ann Eliza Bleecker.|
|Series||The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ;, v. 20|
|LC Classifications||E85 .G2 vol. 20, PS708.B3 .G2 vol. 20|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||77010813|
Bleecker's pastoral poetry is studied by historians to gain perspective of life on the front lines of the revolution, and her novel Maria Kittle, the first known Captivity novel, set the form for subsequent Indian Capture novels which saw great popularity after her : $ The History Of Maria Kittle [1. September ]. [2. October ]. [3. November ]. [4. December ]. [5. January ]. Genre/Form: War fiction Biographical fiction History Fiction War stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bleecker, Ann Eliza, History of Maria Kittle. The history of Maria Kittle by Ann Eliza Bleecker Published by Garland Pub. in New York. Written in :
Book, Online in English The history of Maria Kittle By Ann Eliza Bleecker. ; In a letter to Miss Ten Eyck. Hartford:: Printed by United States — History — French and Indian War, Schaghticoke (N.Y.) — History. Genre. Captivity narratives. Bleecker's epistolary novel, The History of Maria Kittle, was written in the form of a letter to Miss Susan Ten Eyck. The novel took the Indian Captivity story genre in new directions, as it was possibly the first American fictional account focusing on Native Americans. The History of MARIA KITTLE, In a Letter to Miss Ten Eyck. The history of Maria Kittle. By Ann Eliza Bleecker. In a letter to Miss Ten Eyck. Format Book Published Hartford, Printed by E. Babcock, Description 70 p. ; 16 cm. (12mo) Other contributors Lilly, Josiah Kirby, , former owner. Notes From the library of J.K. Lilly. When looking at the physical characteristics in the first publication of The History of Maria Kittle an observer cannot help but notice how bare the edition is. The story, which was originally published in along with a series of other posthumous works by Ann Eliza Bleecker, was published by itself for the first time in by Elisha Babcock at the behest of Bleecker’s .
The history of Maria Kittle.. [Ann Eliza Bleecker] Electronic books History Captivity narratives: Named Person: Maria Kittle; Maria Kittle: (N.Y.) -- History. Kittle, Maria, -- ; New York (State) -- Schaghticoke. United States. Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to. The actual size of the book is 70 pages, 16 centimeters. 4. The title page includes, The History of Maria Kittle by Ann Eliza Bleecker. In a Letter to Miss Ten Eyck. The book was printed in Hartford by Elisha Babcock, The History of Maria Kittle was published posthumously, by her daughter who fought to have the works published. Maria Kittle Bleecker's epistolary novel The History of Maria Kittle took the Indian Captivity story genre in new directions, as it was possibly the first American fictional account focusing on Native Americans. In the late 18th century, Indian Captivity stories subsequently became very : Pastoral poetry, captivity narrative. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The history of Maria Kittle. [electronic resource] in SearchWorks catalog.