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We've had enough of this Wichita. We're going to a brand-new, two-fisted, rip- snorting country full of Indians, rattlesnakes, gun ...
The remnant of Indians thereabout--all but exterminated in their recent and final war with regular white troops, a war waged by th ...
According to the historian, they escaped as by a miracle all roving bands of Indians, and reached their homes in safety, with thei ...
While yet alive, before their tints had faded, they glistened like the fairest flowers, the product of primitive rivers; and he co ...
Our Indian said that he was a doctor, and could tell me some medicinal use for every plant I could show him ... proving himself as ...
It is always easier to fight for one's principles than to live up to them.
John Eliot came to preach to the Podunks in 1657, translated the Bible into their language, but made little progress in aboriginal ...
Different as the two poets are in many ways, and though Frost conducted a kind of private war with Eliot, it is possible to discer ...
Pound was silly, bumptious, extravagantly generous, annoying, exhibitionistic; Eliot was sensible, cautious, retiring, soothing, s ...
[On Harvard President Charles William Eliot's lamentation that the average Harvard graduate had fewer than two children:] That is ...
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