Florianópolis quotes

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As far as I can see, the Polis as Polis, in this city, is Null an' Void!
Polis had evidently more curiosity respecting the few settlers in those woods than we. If nothing was said, he took it for granted ...
The Indian from time to time pointed out to us where he had thus crept along day after day when he was a boy of ten, and in a star ...
The line of separation was very distinct, and the Indian immediately remarked, "I guess you and I go there,--I guess there's room ...
The Penobscot Indians seem to be more social, even, than the whites. Ever and anon in the deepest wilderness of Maine, you come to ...
As we thus swept along, our Indian repeated in a deliberate and drawling tone the words "Daniel Webster, great lawyer," apparently ...
As we drew near to Oldtown I asked Polis if he was not glad to get home again; but there was no relenting to his wildness, and he ...
The ferryman had told us that all the best Indians were gone except Polis, who was one of the aristocracy.
Hereabouts our Indian told us at length the story of their contention with the priest respecting schools. He thought a great deal ...
The first man we saw on the island was an Indian named Joseph Polis, whom my relative had known from a boy, and now addressed fami ...
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