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" North winde finde a crannie, through which he can conveigh his cooling breath, they be warmer than our English houses... "
The American Indians: Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original ... - Страница 399
по Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1851 - 495 страници
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Parley's Magazine, Том 8

1840
...which in rainy weather is covered with a plover : These are such smokey dwellings, that, when there are good fires, they are not able to stand upright, but lie all along under the smoke, never using any stools or chairs, it being as rare to see an Indian sit on a stool at home,...

Dwight's American Magazine, Том 2

Theodore Dwight - 1846
...for the smokes evacuation, J which in rainy weather is covered \vith a < pluver; these be such smoky dwellings, ^ that w-hen there is good fires, they are not { able to stand upright, but lie all along the smoke, never using any stools or chairs, it > being as rare to see an Indian sit on a stool ' at...

Wood's New England's Prospect

William Wood - 1865 - 131 страници
...for the fmoakes evacuation, which in rainy weather is covered with a pluver; thefe bee fuch fmoakie dwellings, that when there is good fires, they are not able to fland upright, but lie all along under the fmoake, never ufing any ftooles or chaires, it being as...

Publications, Том 3

Prince Society (Boston, Mass.) - 1865
...for the fmoakes evacuation, which in rainy weather is covered with a pluver; thefe bee fuch fmoakie dwellings, that when there is good fires, they are not able to ftand upright, but lie all along under the fmoake, never ufing any ftooles or chaires, it being as...

A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...which in rainy weather is covered with a pluver. These are such smoky dwellings, that when there are good fires, they are not able to stand upright, but lie all along under the smoke, never using any stools or chairs, it being as rare to see an Indian sit on a stool at home,...

Mackinac Island and Sault Ste. Marie

Stan Newton - 1909 - 187 страници
...for the smoake's evacuation, which in rainy weather is covered with a pluver. These bee such smoakie dwellings, that when there is good fires, they are...sit on a stoole at home, as it is strange to see an Englishman sit on his heeles abroad. These poor tectonists are often troubled like snailes, to carrie...

Second to None: From the sixteenth century to 1865

Ruth Barnes Moynihan, Cynthia Eagle Russett, Laurie Crumpacker - 1993 - 404 страници
...smoakes evacuation, which in rainy weather is covered with a pluver [rain flap]; these bee such smoakie dwellings, that when there is good fires, they are...as it is strange to see an English man sit on his heeles abroad. Their houses are smaller in the Summer, when their families be dispersed, by reason...
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The English Literatures of America, 1500-1800

Myra Jehlen, Michael Warner - 1997 - 1118 страници
...for the smoke's evacuation, which in rainy weather is covered with a pluver.58 These be such smoky dwellings that when there is good fires they are not...able to stand upright, but lie all along under the smoke, never using any stools or chairs, it being as rare to see an Indian sit on a stool at home as...
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Saints and Strangers: New England in British North America

Joseph A. Conforti, Professor Joseph A Conforti - 2006 - 236 страници
...houses." He also ridiculed them as "smokey dwellings." When the Indians stoked their fires, he reported, "they are not able to stand upright but lie all along under the smoke." Still, early New England setders temporarily adopted wigwam construction, though complaints...
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Native Women's History in Eastern North America Before 1900: A Guide to ...

Rebecca Kugel, Lucy Eldersveld Murphy - 2007 - 467 страници
...for the smoakes evacuation, which in rainy weather is covered with a pluver;56 these bee such smoakie dwellings, that when there is good fires, they are...sit on a stoole at home, as it is strange to see an Englishman sit on his heeles abroad. Their houses are smaller in the Summer, when their families be...
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