Carleton Library Series has published over 230 works relating to Canadian history, politics, society, economics, geography, and other . The Adventures and Sufferings of John R. Jewitt, Captive Among the Nootka, 1803-1805.
Carleton Library Series has published over 230 works relating to Canadian history, politics, society, economics, geography, and other related fields. Beardmore: The Viking Hoax that Rewrote History.
In July 1805 one of the letters to European ships he sent through the neighboring tribes, in secret from Maquinna, reached its destination; an English ship showed up at Nootka Sound, arrested Maquinna, who boarded it with a letter from Jewitt that told of the massacre, and exchanged him for Jewitt and Thompson. His biases do come through in this work, he frequently refers to the Nuu-chah- This book describes how John R Jewitt becomes a captive of the Nuu-chah-nulth people (they dislike the name Nootka), on the western side of Vancouver island.
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The adventures and sufferings of John R. John Rodgers Jewitt, Derek G. Smith. The Implications of Pluralism for Social Change Programs in a Canadian Arctic Community.
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Alsop, Richard, 1761-1815
Alsop, Richard, 1761-1815 Richard Alsop. drew from Jewett his story during repeate. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
White Slaves of Maquinna: John R. Jewitt's Narrative of Capture and Confinement at Nootka. Jewitt endured incredible hardships, both physical and emotional, but was fortunately able to recount his time with the Nootka in the context of both an intellectual and psychological study. It trends toward a more academic read than many might like but Jewitt blends in human and spiritual conflict sufficiently and admirably.
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The Adventures and Sufferings of John R. Jewitt: Captive of Maquinna.
Jewitt, John, The Adventures and Sufferings of John R Jewitt. Captive Among the Nootka. 1803-1805,, in Derek G Smith (e., The Carlton Library, vol. 76, Toronto, 1974
Jewitt, John, The Adventures and Sufferings of John R Jewitt. 76, Toronto, 1974. Kaeppler, Adrienne L, ‘Artificial Curiosities’ Being An Exposition of Native Manufactures Collected on the Three Pacific Voyages of Captain James Cook RN, Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu, 1978a.