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" ... the corner in which I was, must have contributed. In a word, after taking several turns in the room, during which they told M. Langlade how many they had killed, and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations... "
The book of adventure and peril - Side 263
af Charles Bruce (writer of tales.) - 1875
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Travels and Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories, Between the ...

Alexander Henry - 1809 - 330 sider
...remained undiscovered ; a circumstance to which the dark colour of my clothes, and the want of light, in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which I was, must have contributed. In a word, after Uiking several turns in the room, during which they toldM. Langkde how many they had killed, and how...
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The Port Folio

1813
...remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark colour of my clothes, and the want of light in * room which had no window, and in the corner in which...they had killed, and how many scalps they had taken, (hey returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the...
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Indian Captivities, Being a Collection of the Most Remarkable Narratives of ...

Samuel G. Drake - 1839 - 360 sider
...remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes, and the want of light in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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Tragedies of the Wilderness: Or, True and Authentic Narratives of Captives ...

Samuel G. Drake - 1841 - 354 sider
...remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes, and the want of light in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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The American Indians: Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1851 - 495 sider
...hand, he must have touched ma Still I remained undiscovered ; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes, and the want of light in the room,...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to he expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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Indian Wars of the United States: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time

John Frost - 1852 - 300 sider
...armed with tomahawks, and all besmeared with blood upon every part of their bodies. want of light in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down slairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard th«: door, which was the barrier between...
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Western Scenes and Reminiscences: Together with Thrilling Legends and ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1853 - 495 sider
...dark color of my clothes, .and the want of light in the room, which had no window, and in the comer in which I was, must have contributed. In a word,...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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Indian Captivities; Or, Life in the Wigwam: Being True Narratives of ...

Samuel Gardner Drake - 1853 - 361 sider
...remained undiscovered; a circumstanco to which the dark color of my clothes, and th« want of light in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which...taking several turns in the room, during which they lord M. Langlade how many they had killed, and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs,...
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Indian Captivities Or Life in the Wigwam

1857
...remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes, and the want of light in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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Old and New Mackinac: With Copious Extracts from Marquette, Hennepin, La ...

James Alvin Van Fleet - 1870 - 176 sider
...remained undiscovered, a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes, and the want of light in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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