A Bibliography of Works Relating to
Mary Draper Ingles, 1732-1815

Ingles, John, (1766-1836), Escape from Indian captivity. The Story Of Mary Draper Ingles And Son Thomas Ingles. Originally written by Mary's son John (date unknown). Transcribed from the original manuscript in 1934 by William Ingles (1877-1966) and Virginia Hudson.

The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles, as told by John Ingles, Sr. 1st ed. Radford, Va., Commonwealth Press, 1969. 36 pages.

Ingles, John, 1766-1836, The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles, as told by John Ingles, Sr.Ed. Roberta Ingles Steele and Andrew Lewis Ingles. 2nd ed. Radford, Va.: R.I. Steele, 1982, 1969. Bibliography: p. 39. Rev. ed. of: The story of Mary Draper Ingles and son Thomas Ingles.

Hale, John Peter. Trans Allegheny Pioneers, 1886; rpt., Charleston, West Virginia: Kanawha Valley Publ., 1931; and Raleigh, NC.: Derreth Printing Co., 1971.

Hale, John Peter. History of the Great Kanawha Valley, Madison, Wisconsin, Brant, Fuller and Co., 1891.

American Heritage August, 1968, vol. XIX, no. 5.

Powell, Karen Sue, Kentucky's First Woman: Mary Draper Ingles ed. and publ. by Robert A. Powell. Lexington: Kentucky Images, 1987. 41 pages.

Dober, Virginia D. Mary Draper Ingles Captivity, or, The Incredible Escape of Mary Draper Ingles from the Shawnee Indians in 1755 Chillicothe, Ohio : Ohio Valley Folk Research Project, Ross County Historical Society, 1961. 7 pages. Series Ohio Valley Folk publications ; new ser., no. 66

The Virginia Magazine Of History And Biography, 2 (June 1895): 399-404.

Thom, James Alexander. Follow The River, New York: Ballantine Books, 1981 [Fiction]

Wade, Leslie Grady, The Long Journey Home: The True Story of Mary Draper Ingles, Early Pioneer of the Virginia Colony Arlington, Va. (436 N. Park Dr., Arlington 22203) : Seymour B. Stiss, 1995. [Historical fiction]

Furbee, Mary Rodd, Shawnee captive : the story of Mary Draper Ingles 1st ed. Greensboro, N.C. : Morgan Reynolds, 2001. 112 p. : ill., maps (Juvenile)

"A Pioneer Woman's Indomitable Will to Survive, the Ordeal of Mary Ingles," Bicentennial Vignette, West Virginia, Number 2, 1976.

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