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Let all our dealings with the redman be characterized by justice and good faith, and let there be the most liberal provision for h ...
In 1694 a law was passed "that every settler who deserted a town for fear of the Indians should forfeit all his rights therein." B ...
What journeyings on foot and on horseback through the wilderness, to preach the gospel to these minks and muskrats! who first, no ...
[In the old religion of the Indians in New Mexico] the whole life-effort of man was to get his life into direct contact with the e ...
The impression made on me was that the French Canadians were even sharing the fate of the Indians, or at least gradually disappear ...
It has been observed by another that the French Canadians do not extend nor perpetuate their influence. The British, Irish, and ot ...
When the committee from Plymouth had purchased the territory of Eastham of the Indians, "it was demanded, who laid claim to Billin ...
Firm, faithful, and devoted, full of energy and zeal, and truth, he labours for his race; he clears their painful way to improveme ...
The Puritans, to keep the remembrance of their unity one with another, and of their peaceful compact with the Indians, named their ...
Notwithstanding the unaccountable apathy with which of late years the Indians have been sometimes abandoned to their enemies, it i ...
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