Reflection of Mary Rowlandson’s Captivity ..

While a prisoner, Mary Rowlandson travelled some150 miles, from Lancaster to Menamaset then north to Northfield andacross the Connecticut river to meet with King Philip/Metacomet himself,sachem of the Wampanoags. Next she traveled up into southwesternNew Hampshire, south to Menamaset, and north to Mount Wachusett.

what was mary rowlandsons greatest concern at the beginning of her captivity
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Eighteenth Century John Williams, (1704);see also John Demos's contemporary work on the Deerfield captivities,
, (1706): John Williams and anotherPuritan captive, Mary French
Cotton Mather, (1707), an account of Hannah Bradley, who wascaptured in 1697 and again in 1703.


during which period Mary Rowlandson was captured.

Jungra 1 Professor Miller Reader Response Paper 6 February 2012 Mary Rowlandsons Captivity ..
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