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Oolaita, or, The Indian heroine

Oolaita, or, The Indian heroine

a melo drama in three acts

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Published by Printed for L. Deffebach in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesOolaita, The Indian heroine
Statementby Lewis Deffebach
SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination48 p
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15136264M


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Get this from a library. Oolaita, or, The Indian heroine: a melo drama in three acts. [Lewis Deffebach]. In Lewis Deffebach's play Oolaita; or, The Indian Heroine, for instance, a young maiden's father tries to make her give up the noble young warrior she loves and marry a conceited old chief.

The old Indian hires assassins to kill his young rival and puts out the word they have succeeded/5(3). Moving Encounters Mielke, Laura L.

Published by University of Massachusetts Press Mielke, Laura L. Moving Encounters: Sympathy and the Indian Question in Antebellum Literature. Jan 01, or In Lewis The Indian heroine book play Oolaita; or, The Indian Heroine, for instance, a young maiden's father tries to make her give up the noble young warrior she loves and marry a.

Full text of "The life and writings of Richard Penn Smith: with a reprint of his play, "The deformed," " See other formats. Deffebach, Lewis, Oolaita, or The Indian Heroine. A Melo Drama, in Three Acts Philadelphia Printed for the Author Preliminaries omitted.

Delano, Alonzo, –, A Live Woman in the Mines; or, Pike County Ahead. A Local Play in Two Acts. By “Old Block.”. Full text of "AMERICAN PLAYS PRINTED A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RECORD" See other formats.

was advertised to be exhibited in Water Street. Admission for each person, one shilling. In April,there was exhibited at the Indian King Tavern, on Market Street, a cat having one head, eight legs, two tails, and from the breast down two bodies.

This monstrous production was considered a curiosity worthy of special attention. CH_Amer_Drama The father of a family [electronic resource]: a comedy in five acts: social confidence is necessary to the happiness of families / Charles Stearns.

In the present, admittedly large scope of the book, what Orlando Patterson called the "beast" of ethnicity (Chauvinism ) has no exit. Thus the book can avoid denouncing periods and ethnic groups or vilifying Puritans, the second generation, modernization.

I decided to compile this book when I found that there were no comprehensive guides to Iowa place-names in print. There are many community and county publications that record information about their local histories, and certainly information is in print about American Indian place-names in Iowa, but there is no central source for this information.

He must accept the conditions which it furnishes, or perish, and so he fits himself into the Indian clearings and follows the Indian trails" (Turner la, 4). Having adapted to the frontier, the self -reliant pioneer soon begins to overpower and tame the wilderness, but, even after the wilderness is settled, "the region still partakes of the.

Let the student, after he has studied the whole or a part of a book, pursue the method of Wyttenbach, peruse it again carefully, and repeat the perusal, till he has trodden familiarly the crooked path of its anomalies, and its beauties begin to open more fully upon his mind. ART.