John Tanner (c. 1780 – c. 1846) was captured by Ojibwa Indians as a child after his family had homesteaded on the Ohio River in present-day Kentucky. He grew up with the Ojibwa nation, becoming fully acculturated and learning the Saulteaux language. He married an Indian woman, served as a guide for European fur traders, and worked as an interpreter. His story of life with the American Indians was published in 1830. Titled A Narrative of the Captivity and Adventures of John Tanner..., it was a popular success and remains an important historical record.

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  • John Tanner (c. 1780 – c. 1846) was captured by Ojibwa Indians as a child after his family had homesteaded on the Ohio River in present-day Kentucky. He grew up with the Ojibwa nation, becoming fully acculturated and learning the Saulteaux language. He married an Indian woman, served as a guide for European fur traders, and worked as an interpreter. His story of life with the American Indians was published in 1830. Titled A Narrative of the Captivity and Adventures of John Tanner..., it was a popular success and remains an important historical record. (en)
  • Oltre ad essere stato cacciatore e guida, è un autore di memorie sulla vita dei nativi nordamericani, che lo rapirono all'eta di sei anni, citate da Alexis de Tocqueville (che lo incontrò personalmente) ne La democrazia in America.Le memorie, pubblicate da Edwin James nel 1830 col titolo A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner, (U.S. interpreter at the Saut de Ste. Marie,) during thirty years residence among the Indians in the interior of North America, furono tradotte successivamente in Inglese e Francese. (it)
  • Джон Те́ннер (англ. John Tanner; 1780—1847) — американский мемуарист. (ru)
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  • John Tanner (c. 1780 – c. 1846) was captured by Ojibwa Indians as a child after his family had homesteaded on the Ohio River in present-day Kentucky. He grew up with the Ojibwa nation, becoming fully acculturated and learning the Saulteaux language. He married an Indian woman, served as a guide for European fur traders, and worked as an interpreter. His story of life with the American Indians was published in 1830. Titled A Narrative of the Captivity and Adventures of John Tanner..., it was a popular success and remains an important historical record. (en)
  • Oltre ad essere stato cacciatore e guida, è un autore di memorie sulla vita dei nativi nordamericani, che lo rapirono all'eta di sei anni, citate da Alexis de Tocqueville (che lo incontrò personalmente) ne La democrazia in America.Le memorie, pubblicate da Edwin James nel 1830 col titolo A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner, (U.S. interpreter at the Saut de Ste. Marie,) during thirty years residence among the Indians in the interior of North America, furono tradotte successivamente in Inglese e Francese. (it)
  • Джон Те́ннер (англ. John Tanner; 1780—1847) — американский мемуарист. (ru)
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  • Теннер, Джон (мемуарист) (ru)
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