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John Eliot came to preach to the Podunks in 1657, translated the Bible into their language, but made little progress in aboriginal ...
Any romantic notions that a woman may entertain regarding the stern sex are apt to be very badly damaged if she meets men outside ...
While lying there listening to the Indians, I amused myself with trying to guess at their subject by their gestures, or some prope ...
We have one other pond just like this, White Pond, in Nine Acre Corner, about two and a half miles westerly; but, though I am acqu ...
Nevertheless, our wild apple is wild only like myself, perchance, who belong not to the aboriginal race here, but have strayed int ...
Here on this rugged and woody hillside has grown an apple tree, not planted by man, no relic of a former orchard, but a natural gr ...
I was asking for something specific and perfect for my city,
Whereupon lo! upsprang the aboriginal name.
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