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It was Mabbie without the grammar school gates.
And Mabbie was all of seven.
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In spite of all the learned have said,
I still my old opinion keep;
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At first I was nearly roasted out, for I lay against one side of the camp, and felt the heat reflected not only from the birch-bar ...
As we thus swept along, our Indian repeated in a deliberate and drawling tone the words "Daniel Webster, great lawyer," apparently ...
Neither doctor, lawyer or Indian chief could love you any more than I do.
Bright yellow, red, and orange,
The leaves come down in hosts;
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People in Stamps used to say that the whites in our town were so prejudiced that a Negro couldn't buy vanilla ice cream. Except on ...
It is a great shock at the age of five or six to find that in a world of Gary Coopers you are the Indian.
When we think back to our forefathers, with their sedentary lives of forest-chopping, railroad-building, fortune-founding, their f ...
Think of sweet and chocolate,
Left to folly or to fate,
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