0922 Mordecai Noah

Mordecai Noah

A Poet in the Country1838Essay
Discourse ... American Indian ... Descendents of the Lost Tribes/Israel1837Bookhttp://olivercowdery.com/texts/noah1837.htm
Discourse on the Restoration of the Jews1844Book
Essays of Howard on Domestic Economy1820
Gleanings from a Gathered Harvest1845Collection
Marion; or the Hero of Lake George (play)1821Play
On Dits1839Essay
Paul and Alexis (play)1812Play
Shakspeare Illustrated1809
She Would Be a Soldier; or the Plains of Chippewa (play)1819Playhttp://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/29231

The City of Ararat on Grand IslandEssay
The Fortress of Sorrento (play)1808Play
The Grecian Captive (play)1822Play
The Seige of Yorktown (play)1824Play
The Selected Writings of Mordecai Noah1999Collection
The Siege of Tripoli (play)1820Play
The Simpson Benefit1838Essay
Travels in England, France, Spain and the Barbary States1819BookPDF and HTML


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