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" Saco, a sachem, whose squaw in passing along the river in a canoe, with her infant child, was met by some rude sailors, who, having heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of the brutal kind, in a thoughtless and unguarded... "
South Berwick Register, 1904 - Page 9
1904 - 150 pages
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Historical notes respecting the Indians of North America: with remarks on ...

John Halkett - Indians of North America - 1825 - 408 pages
...attracted the notice of some English sailors, who resolved to see whether it was true, as they had heard, that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of brute animals. To try the experiment, they overset the canoe : the child sank, but the mother instantly...
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The history of New Hampshire, Volume 1

Jeremy Belknap - New Hampshire - 1831 - 512 pages
...eastern Indians. His squaw passing along the river in a canoe, with her infant child, was met by some rude sailors, who having heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of the brutal kind, in a thoughtless and unguarded humor overset the canoe. The child sunk, and the mother...
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The History of the State of Maine: From Its First Discovery, A. D ..., Volume 1

William Durkee Williamson - History - 1832
...provoked his resentment. As his squaw was passing along the river Saco in a canoe, with her infant child, she was accosted by several rude sailors, who having...Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of irrational animals, approached her, and in a fit of inconsiderate humor, overset the canoe to try the...
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The early history of New England: illustrated by numerous interesting incidents

Henry White - History - 1841 - 428 pages
...a sachem, whose squaw in passing along the river in a canoe, with her infant child, was met by some rude sailors, who, having heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of the brutal kind, in a thoughtless and unguarded humor, overset the canoe. The child sunk, and the mother...
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The Early History of New England: Illustrated by Numerous Interesting Incidents

Henry White - Indian captivities - 1842 - 420 pages
...a sachem, whose squaw in passing along the river in a canoe, with her infant child, was met by some rude sailors, who, having heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally aa the young of the brutal kind, in a thoughtless and unguarded humor, overset the canoe. The child...
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The Early HIstory of New England

Rev. Henry White - 1843
...a sachem, whose squaw in passing along the river in a canoe, with her infant child, was met by some rude sailors, who, having heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of the brutal kind, in a thoughtless and unguarded humor, overset the canoe. The child sunk, and the mother...
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Pictorial History of King Philip's War: Comprising a Full and Minute Account ...

Daniel Strock - King Philip's War, 1675-1676 - 1851 - 448 pages
...Squando, while passing with her infant child along the banks of the Saco, in a canoe, was stopped by some rude sailors, who, having heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of the brute creation, overturned the frail bark by way of experiment. The child sank; but the mother, instantly...
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New Hampshire as it Is. In Three Parts: Part I. A Historical Sketch of New ...

Edwin A. Charlton - New Hampshire - 1856 - 592 pages
...day met by some sailors while passing along the river in her canoe with her infant child. They had heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of beasts, and overset the canoe to try the experiment. The child was rescued by the mother, but died...
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New Hampshire as it is ...

Edwin Azro Charlton - New Hampshire - 1857 - 592 pages
...day met by some sailors while passing along the river in her canoe with her infant child. They had heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of beasts, and overset the canoe to try the experiment. The child was rescued by the mother, but died...
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Indian battles: with incidents in the early history of New England

Henry White - History - 1859 - 428 pages
...a sachem, whose squaw in passing along the river in a canoe, with her infant child, was met by some rude sailors, who, having heard that the Indian children could swim as naturally as the young of the brutal kind, in a thoughtless and unguarded humor, overset the canoe. The child sunk, and the mother...
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