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" Who knows how much of old legendary lore, of modern wonder, they have already planted amid the Wisconsin forests ? Soon, their tales of the origin of things, and the Providence which rules them, will be so mingled with those of the Indian, that the very... "
Summer on the Lakes, in 1843 - Page 165
by Margaret Fuller - 1844 - 256 pages
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At home and abroad: or, Things and thoughts in America and Europe

Margaret Fuller - Europe - 1856 - 466 pages
...the Providence which rules them, will be so mingled with those of the Indian, that the very oak-tree will not know them apart, — will not know whether...newspaper, that the American Tract Society boasted of their agent's having exchanged, at a Western cabin door, tracts for the " Devil on Two Sticks," and then...
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At Home and Abroad: Or, Things and Thoughts in America and Europe

Margaret Fuller - Europe - 1856 - 466 pages
...the Providence which rules them, will be so mingled with those of the Indian, that the very oak-tree will not know them apart, — will not know whether...newspaper, that the American Tract Society boasted of their agent's having exchanged, at a Western cabin door, tracts for the " Devil on Two Sticks," and then...
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AT HOME AND ABROAD; ON THINGS AND THOUGHTS IN Amirica and Europe

MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI - 1869
...the Providence which rules them, will be so mingled with those of the Indian, that the very oak-tree will not know them apart, — • will not know whether itself be a Eunic, a Druid, or a Winnebago oak. Some seeds of all growths that have ever been known in this world...
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Margaret Fuller (Marchesa Ossoli).

Julia Ward Howe - 1883 - 298 pages
...the Providence that rules them, will be so mingled with those of the Indian that the very oak-tree will not know them apart, will not know whether itself be a Runic, a Druid, or a Winnebago oak." Margaret reached the island of Mackinaw late in August, and found it occupied by a large representation...
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Margaret Fuller, marchesa Ossoli

Julia Ward Howe - 1883
...the Providence that rules. them, will be so mingled with those of the Indian that the very oak-tree will not know them apart, will not know whether itself be a Eunic, a Druid, or a Winnebago oak." Margaret reached the island of Mackinaw late in August, and found...
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At Home and Abroad, Or, Things and Thoughts in America and Europe

Margaret Fuller - Europe - 1895 - 466 pages
...the Providence which rules them, will be so mingled with those of the Indian, that the very oak-tree will not know them apart, — will not know whether...newspaper, that the American Tract Society boasted of their agent's having exchanged, at a Western cabin door, tracts for the " Devil on Two Sticks," and then...
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Removals : Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Politics of Indian ...

Lucy Maddox Associate Professor of English Georgetown University - Literary Criticism - 1991 - 216 pages
...will be so mingled with those of the Indians, that the very oak trees will not know them apart—will not know whether itself be a Runic, a Druid, or a Winnebago oak. (165) Fuller places the story of the seeress among the folkloric baggage that the European immigrants...
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The American Discovery of the Norse: An Episode in Nineteenth-century ...

Erik Ingvar Thurin - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 184 pages
...will be so mingled with those of the Indian, that the very oaktree will not know them apart,—will not know whether itself be a Runic, a Druid, or a Winnebago oak." 20 (Conceptually, Norse and Celtic are kept well apart in this instance!) Fuller's famous feminist...
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Poe, Fuller, and the Mesmeric Arts: Transition States in the American ...

Bruce Mills - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 202 pages
...Just as she began, she finds herself in the end gazing upon a landscape that still seems a territory: "Some seeds of all growths that have ever been known...Western wilds, if we had the power to call them to life" (170). Perhaps, in her own inroads to these wilderness states, Fuller invites greater insight into...
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Transnationalism and American Literature: Literary Translation 1773-1892

Colleen Glenney Boggs - Literary Collections - 2007 - 200 pages
...the pier, I see disembarking the Germans, the Norwegians, the Swedes, the Swiss. Who knows how much legendary lore, of modern wonder, they have already...whether itself be a Runic, a Druid, or a Winnebago oak. (Fuller 1991: 102) The news from the West is that European culture is not an entity elsewhere but one...
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