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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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The Western Miscellany, Volumen 1

Benjamin Franklin Ells - 1778 - 384 páginas
...child's finger. They then took the rope, and drew it along gently, in a circular form, thus going round a large piece of ground. The Indians were surprised at the superior cunning of their visitors, but would not contend with them fora little ground, as they had enough....
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HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

JOHN ROMEYN BRODHEAD - 1853
...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, New Jersey, and ...

John Warner Barber - 1856 - 624 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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The History and Antiquities of New England, New York, New Jersey, and ...

John Warner Barber - 1856 - 624 páginas
...finger, so that by the time the whole was cut up, it made a great heap ; they then took the rope atone 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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Novelties of the New World: Or, The Adventures and Discoveries of the First ...

Joseph Banvard - 1859 - 324 páginas
...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 a long time contentedly together, although these...
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History of the Indian Tribes of Hudson's River: Their Origin, Manners and ...

Edward Manning Ruttenber - 1872 - 415 páginas
...carefully avoided its breaking, and that upon the whole it encompassed a large piece of land ; that they were surprised at the superior wit of the whites,...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...
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History, Manners, and Customs of the Indian Nations: Who Once ..., Volumen 12

John Gottlieb Ernestus Heckewelder - 1876 - 465 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...Indians were surprised at the superior wit of the whites,1 but did not wish to contend with them about a little land, as they had still enough themselves....
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Young Folks' Book of American Explorers

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 1877 - 367 páginas
...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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Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Volumen 12

1881
...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...Indians were surprised at the superior wit of the whites,1 but did not wish to contend with them about a little land, as they had still enough themselves....
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The Library of Historic Characters and Famous Events of All ..., Volumen 1

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Frank Weitenkampf, John Porter Lamberton - 1894
...then took the rope and drew it gently along (to keep it from breaking) in a circular form, and took in a large piece of ground. The Indians were surprised...but did not wish to contend with them about a little laud, as they had enough. They lived contentedly together for a long time ; the whites from time to...
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