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" ... anything removed from the multitude. The only peculiarity, by which you can distinguish a chief from the common people, is some badge; either a collar made of a rude jewel, or a belt, or a cloak, oftentimes ornamented with shells in circular rows.... "
Archives of Maryland - Page xii
edited by - 1896
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., Volume 4

Peter Force - United States - 1846
...excel others, nevertheless, in personal appearances, are scarcely any thing removed from the multitude. The only peculiarity by which you can distinguish...jewel, or a belt, or a cloak, oftentimes ornamented by shells in circular rows. The kingdoms of these are generally circumscribed by the narrow confines...
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The Library of American Biography, Volume 19

Jared Sparks - United States - 1846
...nevertheless in their personal appearance they are scarcely in any thing removed from the multitude. The only peculiarity by which you can distinguish...collar made of a rude jewel, or a belt, or a cloak ornamented with circles of shells. The kingdoms of these chiefs are generally confined to the narrow...
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Relation of the colony of the lord baron of Baltimore, in Maryland, near ...

Andrew White - 1847 - 47 pages
...excel others, nevertheless, in personal appearances, are scarcely any thing removed from the multitude. The only peculiarity by which you can distinguish...jewel, or a belt, or a cloak, oftentimes ornamented by shells in circular rows. The kingdoms of these are generally circumscribed by the narrow confines...
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Catholic World, Volume 12

Religion - 1871
...others, nevertheless in their personal appearance are scarcely in anything removed from the multitude. The only peculiarity by which you can distinguish...people is some badge, either a collar made of a rude ra belt, or a cloak ornamented «•¡th circles of shells. The kingdoms of these chiefs are generally...
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Fund Publicaion, Issue 7

Maryland Historical Society - Maryland - 1874
...excel others, nevertheless, in personal appearances, are scarcely anything removed from the multitude. The only peculiarity, by which you can distinguish...confines of a single village and the adjacent country; though Tayac has a much more extensive dominion, stretching about one hundred and thirty miles, to...
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Narratives of Early Maryland, 1633-1684, Volume 11

Clayton Colman Hall - Maryland - 1910 - 458 pages
...rude jewel, or a belt, or a cloak, oftentimes ornamented with shells in circular rows. Their kingdoms are generally circumscribed by the narrow confines of a single village and the adjacent country; though the Tayac has a much more extensive dominion, stretching about one hundred and thirty miles,...
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Commoners, Tribute, and Chiefs: The Development of Algonquian Culture in the ...

Stephen R. Potter - History - 1994 - 267 pages
...Conoys' territory was described in the Jesuits' annual letter of 1639 (Hall 1925:125): "Their kingdoms are generally circumscribed by the narrow confines of a single village and the adjacent country; though the Tayac has a much more extensive dominion, stretching about one hundred and thirty miles...
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Native American Interactions: Multiscalar Analyses and Interpretations in ...

Michael S. Nassaney, Kenneth E. Sassaman - History - 1995 - 376 pages
...excel others, nevertheless in personal appearances are scarcely anything removed from the multitude. The only peculiarity by which you can distinguish...oftentimes ornamented with shells in circular rows. Their kingdoms are generally circumscribed by the narrow confines of a single village and the adjacent...
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Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast

Gregory A. Waselkov, Peter H. Wood, M. Thomas Hatley - History - 2006 - 550 pages
...first glance, appears to describe Algonquian use of items precisely like Powhatan's Mantle as clothing. "The only peculiarity by which you can distinguish...cloak, oftentimes ornamented with shells in circular rows."45 Yet as Feest points out, this report was compiled in London, not Maryland, where observations...
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