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Not that the Red Indian will ever possess the broad lands of America. At least I presume not. But his ghost will.
The Spirit of Place [does not] exert its full influence upon a newcomer until the old inhabitant is dead or absorbed. So America.. ...
Bright yellow, red, and orange,
The leaves come down in hosts;
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The white man's mullein soon reigned in Indian corn-fields, and sweet-scented English grasses clothed the new soil. Where, then, c ...
The country was new to me beyond Fitchburg.... As we were whirled rapidly along, I noticed the woodbine (Ampelopsis quinquefolia), ...
I was here first introduced to Joe.... He was a good-looking Indian, twenty-four years old, apparently of unmixed blood, short and ...
We had not gone far before I was startled by seeing what I thought was an Indian encampment, covered with a red flag, on the bank, ...
Thus a man shall lead his life away here on the edge of the wilderness, on Indian Millinocket Stream, in a new world, far in the d ...
We also saw and heard several times the red squirrel.... This, according to the Indian, is the only squirrel found in those woods, ...
A red-headed woodpecker flew across the river, and the Indian remarked that it was good to eat.
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