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Memoir of Elizabeth Jones

By Girl, Little Indian

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Title: Memoir of Elizabeth Jones  
Author: Girl, Little Indian
Language: English
Subject: Fiction--Women authors--History and criticism., Literature--Women authors, Literature
Collections: Women Writers Collection
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Excerpt: ACCOUNT OF ELIZABETH'S FAMILY. Strongest minds Are often those of whom the noisy world Hears least.--WORDSWORTH. THE subject of the following memoir was a little Indian girl, whose life's short history was rendered peculiarly interesting by circumstances of no common occurrence. Her father, Mr. John Jones, whose Indian name is Tyentenegen, is an Indian of the Oojebway* nation, and brother to the Rev. Peter Jones, otherwise Kahkewaquonaby, known as a Missionary to many in this country as well as amongst his own people.


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