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" The blood of many of our fathers and brothers has run like water on the ground, to satisfy the avarice of the white men. We, ourselves, are threatened with a great evil; nothing will pacify them but the destruction of all the red men. "
Sketches of the History, Manners Et Customs of the North-american Indians - Página 60
de James Buchanan - 1824
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Memoirs of a Captivity Among the Indians of North America: From Childhood to ...

John Dunn Hunter - 1823 - 447 páginas
...same council fire ! " Brothers. — We are friends; we must assist each other to bear our burdens. The blood of many of our fathers and brothers has...spread their blankets, or to kindle their fires. They were feeble ; they could do nothing for themselves. Our fathers commiserated their distress, and shared...
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Manners and Customs of Several Indian Tribes Located West of the Mississippi ...

John Dunn Hunter - 1823 - 402 páginas
...the same council fire! Brothers — We are friends; we must assist each other to bear our burdens. The blood of many of our fathers and brothers has...spread their blankets, or to kindle their fires. They were feeble, they could do nothing for themselves. Our fathers commiserated their distress, and shared...
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Sketches of the History, Manners, and Customs of the North ..., Volumen 1

James Buchanan - 1824 - 156 páginas
...path ; slake our thirst at the same spring; and now affairs of the greatest concern leads us to smoke the pipe around the same council fire ! " Brothers,...grounds, they were hungry ; they had no place on which to»spread their blankets, or to kindle their fires. They wer* feeble ; they could do nothing for themselves....
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Sketches of the History, Manners, and Customs of the North American Indians

James Buchanan (British consul at New York.) - 1824 - 371 páginas
...affairs of the greatest concern leads us to smoke the pipe around the same council fire! "Brothers,—We are friends; we must assist each other to bear our...pacify them but the destruction of all the red men. " Brothers,—When the white men first set foot on our grounds, they were hungry; they had no place...
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An Excursion Through the United States and Canada During the Years 1822-23

William Newnham Blane - 1824 - 511 páginas
...Tecuintha,*. gives a good idea of the treatment they have met with from Europeans : — " Brothers f — When the white men first set foot on our grounds,...spread their blankets, or to kindle their fires. They were feeble : they could do nothing for themselves. Our fathers commise* i, e. " The Shooting Star."...
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Historical Notes Respecting the Indians of North America: With Remarks on ...

John Halkett - 1825 - 408 páginas
...? " Brothers," said the celebrated warrior Tecum-seh, in a speech to the Osages in the year 1811, " when the white men first set foot on our grounds,...they had no place on which to spread their blankets, nor to kindle their fires. They were feeble ; they could do nothing for themselves. Our fathers pitied...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen 31

1825
...Spirit,' was the commencement of Tecumthe's harangue to the Osages ; and he afterwards tells them : ' When the white men first set foot on our grounds they were hungry : they had no places on which to spread their blankets or to kindle their fires. They were feeble ; they could do...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen 31

Sir John Taylor Coleridge, William Gifford, Whitwell Elwin, John Gibson Lockhart, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray (IV), William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1825
...Spirit/ was the commencement of Tecumthe's harangue to the Osages ; and he afterwards tells them : ' When the white men first set foot on our grounds they were hungry : they had no places on which to spread their blankets or to kindle their fires. They were feeble ; they could do...
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Feathers from My Own Wings

Charles Edwards - 1832 - 200 páginas
...turned to a memoir of Tecumseh. I wish it may be so : for pleasure and, surely, profit would follow. e " Brothers : When the white men first set foot on our...spread their blankets, or to kindle their fires. They were feeble. They could do nothing for themselves. Our fathers commisserated their distress, and shared...
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Family Records: Containing Memoirs of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B ...

Ferdinand Brock Tupper - 1835 - 218 páginas
...same council fire ! " ' Brothers, — We are friends ; we must assist each other to bear our burdens. The blood of many of our fathers and brothers has...spread t.heir blankets, or to kindle their fires. They were feeble ; they could do nothing for themselves. Our fathers commiserated their distress, and shared...
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