|Author:||Ockanikon, d. 1682?|
|Title:||A true account of the dying uuords of Ockanickon, an Indian king,: spoken to Jahkursoe, his brother's son, whom he appointed king after him.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A true account of the dying uuords of Ockanickon, an Indian king,: spoken to Jahkursoe, his brother's son, whom he appointed king after him.
Ockanikon, d. 1682?
London: Printed for Benjamin Clark, bookseller, in George-Yard in Lombard-street, 1682.
Indians of North America
Ockanikon, -- d. 1682?
A LETTER sent from New-Jersey in America to a Friend in London.
A TRUE ACCOUNT Of the Dying Words of Ockanichon, Spoken to JAHKURSOE, WHOM He appointed KING after Him; Spoken in the Presence of several, who were Eye and Ear Witnesses to the Truth thereof.