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" I was. The garret was separated from the room below only by a layer of single boards, at once the flooring of the one and the ceiling of the other. I could therefore hear everything that passed; and the Indians no sooner came in than they inquired whether... "
The American Indians: Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original ... - Страница 421
по Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1851 - 495 страници
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Old and New Mackinac: With Copious Extracts from Marquette, Hennepin, La ...

James Alvin Van Fleet - 1870 - 176 страници
...which I witnessed, I seemed on the point of experiencing. No long time elapsed before every one being destroyed, who could be found, there was a general...separated from the room below only by a layer of single boaixls, at once the flooring of the one and the ceiling of the other. I could therefore hear everything...

GENERAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN

1873
...witnessed, he seemed on the point of experiencing himself. Not long elapsed before, every one being destroyed who could be found, there was a general cry of, "All is finished !" At the same instant, Henry heard some of the Indians enter the house in which he had taken shelter. The garret was separated...

History of the Border Wars of Two Centuries: Embracing a Narrative of the ...

Charles Richard Tuttle - 1874 - 608 страници
...which I witnessed, I seemed on the point of experiencing. No long time elapsed before every one being destroyed who could be found, there was a general...instant I heard some of the Indians enter the house where I was. The garret was separated from the room below, only by a layer of single boards, at once...

General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

1874 - 735 страници
...witnessed, he seemed on the point of experiencing himself. Not long elapsed before, every one being destroyed who could be found, there was a general cry of, "All is finished !" At the same instant, Henry heard some of the Indians enter the house in which he had taken shelter. The garret was separated...

General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

1874 - 735 страници
...witnessed, he seemed on the point of experiencing himself. Not long elapsed before, everyone being destroyed who could be found, there was a general cry of, "All is finished !" At the same instaut, Henry heard some of the Indians enter the house in which he had taken shelter. The garret...

The book of adventure and peril

Charles Bruce (writer of tales.) - 1875
...witnessed I seemed on the point of experiencing. No long time elapsed before, everyone beingdestroyed who could be found, there was a general cry of " All...and the ceiling of the other. I could therefore hear everything that passed ; and the Indians no sooner came in, than they inquired whether or not any Englishmen...

The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of Canada, Том 1

Francis Parkman - 1880
...slaves were to be found in the principal families of Detroit and Michillimackinac. every one being destroyed who could be found, there was a general...instant I heard some of the Indians enter the house where I was. :' The garret was separated from the room below only by a layer of single boards, at once...

Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary ..., Част 1

Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology - 1896
...which I witnessed I seemed on the point of experiencing. No long time elapsed before, every one being destroyed who could be found, there was a general cry of "All is finished.'' According toShu'nien and other prominent mitä'wok, the traditional origin of the ball game is as follows:...

THE TRAVERSE REGION, Historical and Descriptive, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS OF ...

1884
...which I witnessed. I Deemed on the point of experiencing. No long time elapsed befdre, every one being destroyed who could be found, there was a general...and the ceiling of the other. I could therefore hear everything that passed; and the Indians no sooner carne in than they inquired whether or not any Englishmen...

The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of Canada, Том 1

Francis Parkman - 1884
...which I witnessed I seemed on the point of experiencing. No long time elapsed before every one being destroyed who could be found, there was a general...instant I heard some of the Indians enter the house where I was. " The garret was separated from the room below only by a layer of single boards, at once...




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