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A journal, kept at Nootka Sound

John Rodgers Jewitt

A journal, kept at Nootka Sound

interspersed with some acount of the natives, their manners and customs

by John Rodgers Jewitt

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Published by Printed for the author in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indian captivities,
  • Nootka Indians,
  • Nootka Sound (B.C.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNarrative of the adventures and sufferings of John R. Jewitt ..
    Statementby John R. Jewitt, one of the surviving crew of the ship Boston, of Boston, John Salter, commander, who was massacred on 22d of March 1803
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 17603
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination48 p.
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14988843M

      6. Audio journal is good companion for your written journal. I have found an audio journal to be helpful in broadly reflecting on a topic, such as a new job. Afterwards, for more specific plans as to how I want to succeed at this job, I turn to a written journal for tasks and outcomes (aka planning). Best tools or apps for keeping an audio journal. The dive team will be collaborating with the Nootka Sound RCMP in Gold River where the case file is still open. The Nootka Sound detachment will be providing the dive unit with the GPS coordinates of the last known site of the accident. The police said they still monitor all .


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Jewitt: One of the Surviving Crew of Thee Ship Boston, of Boston, John Salter, Commander, Who Was Massac at Mapped endpapers. Portrait frontispiece and several other illustrations throughout the text. A near fine copy. A reproduction of the journal kept by John Rodgers Hewitt (), who was held captive by the Native people of Nootka Sound between his forbidden journal details his observations and his activities until he was rescued.

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Jewitt was released that same year. Having accepted an Aboriginal wife at Nootka, Jewitt married Hester Jones on Christmas Day, Jewitt's literary fame was not extensive until his narrative caught the attention of wealthy Hartford merchant Richard Alsop, known as one of the Connecticut Wits.

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Get this from a library. A journal, kept at Nootka Sound: interspersed with some account of the natives, their manners and customs. [John R Jewitt]. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jewitt, John Rodgers, Journal kept at Nootka Sound.

Fairfield, Wash.: Ye Galleon Press. A journal kept at Nootka Sound / by John R. Jewitt, one of the surviving crew of the ship Boston, of Boston, John Salter, commander, who was massacred on 22nd of March,interspersed with some account of the natives, their manner and customs.: Boston: Printed for the author, Jewitt, John R.

(John Rodgers),   Thus, in Part Two — The Northwest Passage we find: Introduction, 1. Nootka Sound, 2. Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet, 3. Finding Arctic Ice, 4. kept at Nootka Sound book Return to Unalaska.

The journal texts in each section are interspersed with illustrations, but only in 2 & 4 in this instance are any of the journal charts reproduced.

About this Item: Gale, Sabin Americana, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Title: A journal, kept at Nootka Sound, by John R. Jewitt: one of the surviving crew of thee ship Boston, of Boston, John Salter, commander, who was massacred on 22d of March interspersed with some account of the natives, their manners and thor: John Rodgers.

John Jewitt, A Journal, Kept at Nootka Sound by John Rodgers Jewitt, One of the Surviving Crew of the Ship Boston, of Boston, John Salter, Commander, Who Was Massacred on the 22d of March, ; Interspersed with Some Account of the Natives, Their Manners and Customs (Boston: Printed for the author, ), p.John Rodgers Jewitt (21 May – 7 January ) was an English armourer who entered the historical record with his memoirs about the 28 months he spent as a captive of Maquinna of the Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) people on what is now the British Columbia Canadian Encyclopedia describes Jewitt as a shrewd observer and his Narrative as a "classic of captivity literature".

Text tanned and foxed. Good. An expanded version of Jewitt's very rare JOURNAL KEPT AT NOOTKA SOUND (Boston, ), which is accorded a "b" rating by Howes. Howes describes the JOURNAL. as the "first printed account of a remarkable captivity among natives of the Northwest coast.".

John Rodgers Jewitt is the author of A journal, kept at Nootka Sound (Boston, ; new ed., ed. Dodge, ) and A narrative of the adventures and sufferings, of John R. Jewitt, only survivor of the crew of the ship Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the savages of Nootka Sound (Middletown, Conn., ).

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Broader terms: Nootka Indians; History; Filed under: Nootka Indians -- History A Journal Kept At Nootka Sound (Boston: Printed for the author, ), by John R. Jewitt (page images at UBC); A Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of John R.

Jewitt, Only Survivor of the Ship Boston During a Captivity of Nearly Three. Great read about the capture and confinement of an Englishman in by the Mowachaht people of Nootka Sound on Vancouver Island.

John Jewitt kept a journal of his confinement and release, which was later published/5(16). The Nuu-chah-nulth (/ n uː ˈ tʃ ɑː n ʊ l θ /; Nuučaan̓uł: [nuːt͡ʃaːnˀuɬʔatħ]), also formerly referred to as the Nootka, Nutka, Aht, Nuuchahnulth or Tahkaht, are one of the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast in term Nuu-chah-nulth is used to describe fifteen related tribes whose traditional home is on the west coast of Vancouver Island.

On finally reaching Boston by way of China late in the spring ofJewitt made arrangements for a printer to issue A Journal Kept at Nootka Sound. It was dull—terse because of necessity and vapid because the ill-educated sailor had "small capacity as a narrator," to borrow the words of Richard Alsop of Hartford, Connecticut, a rich.

Filed under: Nootka Indians. Scenes and Studies of Savage Life (London: Smith, Elder, ), by Gilbert Malcolm Sproat (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Nootka Indians -- History.

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Jewitt [electronic resource]: only survivor of A journal, kept at Nootka Sound [electronic resource]: interspersed with some. Nootka Sound is a network of inlets on the west coast of Vancouver Island, today part of Canada's British crisis revolved around sovereignty claims and rights of navigation and trade.

Between andSpain sent several expeditions to the Pacific Northwest to reassert its long-held navigation and territorial claims to the area.

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found: A journal, kept at Nootka Sound, title page (by John R. Jewitt, one of the surviving crew of the ship Boston). the effects of his time among the Nootka.

He published his diary as A Journal Kept at Nootka Sound, and peddled the book around New England in a horse drawn cart. The account was later rewritten by Richard Alsop, a writer of some note, and appeared in.

Nootka Sound (B.C.)-History-Comic books, strips, etc. Graphic novels. Grades 4 and up / Ages 9 and up. Review by Val Ken Lem. A Journal Kept at Nootka Sound by John R. Jewitt Interspersed with Some Account of the Natives, Their Manners and Customs.

Boston: Printed for the Author. I have been going to Nootka Sound for many years and finally visited Resolution Cove. Further, as a hobby I like to build 18th century model ships. I would like to build a model of the Resolution but not from a kit.

I wonder if your society could render any help in sourcing the .After completing his service in Nootka Sound with the Catalonian Volunteers in New Spain, Alberni became interim governor of California, where he died in The original Suría journal is kept at Yale University Library.

An English translation was made by the Hispanist scholar Henry Raup Wagner in for the Pacific Historical Review. A Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of John R. Jewitt is a classic of its kind.

Inwhen he was nineteen, Jewitt signed on the brigantine Boston, which set sail from England for the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America. At Nootka Sound on Vancouver Island, the ship stopped to trade furs with the native people.

Days later, the powerful chief Maquinna and his warriors massacred.