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" ... finger, so that by the time the whole was cut up, it made a great heap; they then took the rope at one end, and drew it gently along, carefully avoiding its breaking. It was drawn out into a circular form, and being closed at its ends, encompassed... "
Sketches of the History, Manners Et Customs of the North-american Indians - Página 25
de James Buchanan - 1824
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Transactions of the Historical & Literary Committee of the American ...

American Philosophical Society. Historical & Literary Committee, American Philosophical Society. Committee of History, Moral Science and General Literature - 1819
...than a child's finger, so that by the time the whole was cut up, it made a great heap ; they then took the rope at one end, and drew it gently along, carefully...not wish to contend with them about a little land, as they had still enough themselves. The white and red men lived contente•lly together for a long...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews ..., Volumen 13

1819
...than a child's finger, so that by the time the whole was cut up, it made a great heap; they then took the rope at one end, and drew it gently along, carefully...not wish to contend with them about a little land, as they had still enough themselves. The white and red men lived contentedly together for a long time,...
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The North-American Review and Miscellaneous Journal, Volumen 9

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1819
...than a child's linger, so that by the time the whole was cut up, it made a great heap ; they then took the rope at one end, and drew it gently along, carefully...encompassed a large piece of ground. The Indians were suprised at the superior wit of the whites, but they did not wish to contend with them about a little...
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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
...than a child's finger, so that by the time the whole was cut up, it made a great heap; they then took the rope at one end, and drew it gently along, carefully...out into a circular form, and being closed at its end, encompassed a large piece of ground. The Indians were surprised at the superior wit of the whites*,...
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Somerset House Gazette and Literary Museum, Or, Weekly Miscellany of Fine ...

William Henry Pyne - 1824
...than a child's linger, so that by the time the whole was cut up, it made a great heap; they then took the rope at one end, and drew it gently along, carefully...breaking. It was drawn out into a circular form, and beinn closed at ite end, encompassed n large piece of ground. The Indians were surprised at the superior...
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The Monthly critical gazette, Volumen 1

1824
...than a child's finger, so that by the time the whole wls cut up, it made a great heap ; they then took the rope at one end, and drew it gently along, carefully avoiding its breaking. It was djawn out into a circular form, and being closed at its end, encompassed a large piece of ground. The...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New-York Historical Society - 1841
...carefully avoided its breaking, and that upon the whole it encompassed a large piece of ground. That they (the Indians) were surprised at the superior wit of...not wish to contend with them about a little land, as they had enough. That they and the whites lived for a long time contentedly together, although these...
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The History and Antiquities of New England, New York, and New Jersey ...

John Warner Barber - 1841 - 576 páginas
...than a child's finger, so that by the time the whole was cut up, it made a great heap; they then took the rope at one end and drew it gently along, carefully avoiding its breaking. It was drawn out in a circular form, and being closed at its ends, encompassed a large piece of ground. The Indians...
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Merry's Museum, Volúmenes 3-4

1843
...into a long strip of rope, not thicker than a child's finger, with which they were able to encompass a large piece of ground. The Indians were surprised at the superior wit of the whites, but did not care to dispute about a little land, as they had still enough for themselves; and they lived for some...
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An Outline History of Orange County: With an Enumeration of the Names of Its ...

Samuel Watkins Eager - 1847 - 652 páginas
...than a child's finger, so that by the time the whole was cut up it made a great heap ; they then took the rope at one end, and drew it gently along, carefully...breaking. It was drawn out into a circular form, and being enclosed at its ends, encompassed a large piece of ground. The Indians were surprised at the superior...
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