Originally published in two volumes in 1925, New England Captives Carried to Canada represents decades of research conducted by Coleman and C.Alice Baker (author of True Stories of New England Captives Carried to Canada, 1897).
This work names all the captives the two women discovered, provides biographical data for each, and paints a detailed picture of the Indian attacks on New England communities over the eighty-year period.Includes sources, a comprehensive index, and an appendix with greater explanation of terms, key people, and places mentioned in the text.For nearly a century, this has been the go-to resource and the most definitive work ever published on the subject.
By Emma Lewis Coleman
Foreword by Donald R. Friary
Published: December 2012