Each year the Adams County Historical Society receives inquiries either in person or by mail from persons asking for information about a young woman who with the rest of her family was seized and carried off from their home in what is now Adams county during the French and Indian War. She was the only member of that family who was not slaughtered as the raiding party and its captives moved into the western part of Pennsylvania. The subsequent life of this woman among the Indians was deemed of sufficient historical importance that she was chosen to be among some 13,000 well-known Americans who were included in the prestigious Dictionary of American Biography, a reference work of twenty volumes published between 1928 and 1937, and still being updated today. The volume containing her sketch, the tenth, was published in 1933. [excerpt]
Glatfelter, Charles H.
"The Jameson Raid (1758) as a Focus for Historical Inquiry,"
Adams County History: Vol. 2
, Article 3.
Available at: http://cupola.gettysburg.edu/ach/vol2/iss1/3