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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1834 Excerpt: ... line at the end, the game is won; but this seldom happens. When any one is running away with the ball, and is likely to.be overtaken, he commonly throws it, and with this instrument can cast it lifty or sixty yards. Sometimes when the ball is almost at the one end, matters will take a sudden turn, and the opposite party may quick-, ly carry it out at the ojher end. Oftentimes they will work a long while back and forward before they can get the ball over the line, or win the game.' About the.1st of June, 1757, the warriors. were preparing to go to war, in the Wyandot, Pottowatomy, and Ottawa towns; also a great many Jibewas came down from the upper lakes, and after singing their war songs, and going through their common ceremonies, they marched ofl' against the frontiers of Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, in their usual manner, singing the travelling song, slow firing, Ecc. On the north side of the river St. Lawrence, opposite to Fort Detroit, there is an island, which the Indians call the Long Island, and which they say is above one thousand miles long, and in some places above one hundred miles broad. They fifrther say that the great river that comes down by Canesatauga, and that empties into the main branch of St. Lawrence, above Montreal, originates from one source "with the St. Lawrence, and forms this island. Opposite to Detroit, and below it, was originally a prairie, and laid off in lots about sixly rods broad, and a great length: each lot is divided into two fields, which they cultivate year about. The principal grain that the French raised in these fields, was spring wheat, and peas. They built all their houses on the front of these lots on the river side; and as the banks of the river are very low, some of the houses are not above thre...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 40 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1834 Excerpt: . . . line at the end, the game is won; but this seldom happens. When any one is running away with the ball, and is likely to. be overtaken, he commonly throws it, and with this instrument can cast it lifty or sixty yards. Sometimes when the ball is almost at the one end, matters will take a sudden turn, and the opposite party may quick-, ly carry it out at the ojher end. Oftentimes they will work a long while back and forward before they can get the ball over the line, or win the game. About the. 1st of June, 1757, the warriors. were preparing to go to war, in the Wyandot, Pottowatomy, and Ottawa towns; also a great many Jibewas came down from the upper lakes, and after singing their war songs, and going through their common ceremonies, they marched ofl against the frontiers of Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, in their usual manner, singing the travelling song, slow firing, Ecc. On the north side of the river St. Lawrence, opposite to Fort Detroit, there is an island, which the Indians call the Long Island, and which they say is above one thousand miles long, and in some places above one hundred miles broad. They fifrther say that the great river that comes down by Canesatauga, and that empties into the main branch of St. Lawrence, above Montreal, originates from one source with the St. Lawrence, and forms this island. Opposite to Detroit, and below it, was originally a prairie, and laid off in lots about sixly rods broad, and a great length: each lot is divided into two fields, which they cultivate year about. The principal grain that the French raised in these fields, was spring wheat, and peas. They built all their houses on the front of these lots on the river side; and as the banks of the river are very low, some of the houses are not above thre. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781232340416

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