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Summer on the Lakes, in 1843 - Page 218
by Margaret Fuller - 1844 - 256 pages
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THE HISTORY OF WISCONSIN.

WILLIAM R. SMITH - 1854
...appears more like a civilized town than the abode of savages. The land near the town is very good. In their plantations, which lie adjacent to their...they raise great quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons, &c., so that this place is esteemed the best market for traders to furnish themselves with...
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The History of Wisconsin: Historical

William Rudolph Smith - Wisconsin - 1854
...appears more like a civilized town than the abode of savages. The land near the town is very good. In their plantations, which lie adjacent to their...they raise great quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons, &c., so that this place is esteemed the best market for traders to furnish themselves with...
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The History of Sauk County, Wisconsin: Containing an Account of Settlement ...

Sauk County (Wis.) - 1880 - 825 pages
...appears more like a civilized town than the abode of savages. The land near the town is very good. In their plantations, which lie adjacent to their...they raise great quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons, etc., so that this place is esteemed the best market for traders to furnish themselves with...
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History of Vernon County, Wisconsin: Together with Sketches of Its Towns ...

Vernon County (Wis.) - 1884 - 826 pages
...appears more like a civilized town than the abode of savages. The land near the town is very good. On their plantations, which lie adjacent to their houses, and which are neatly laid out, they raise quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons, etc., so that this place is esteemed the best markets for...
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Parkman Club Publications, Issue 13

Northwest, Old - 1897
...westward and he found their chief village on the Wisconsin River. After describing their town, he writes: "In their plantations which lie adjacent to their...they raise great quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons, etc., so that this place is esteemed the best market for traders to furnish themselves with...
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Wisconsin in Three Centuries, 1634-1905, Volume 2

Henry Colin Campbell - Wisconsin - 1906
...appears more like a civilized town than the abode of savages. The land near the town is very good. In their plantations, which lie adjacent to their...they raise great quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons, etc., so that this place is esteemed the best market for traders to furnish themselves with...
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Wisconsin in Three Centuries, 1634-1905, Volume 2

Henry Colin Campbell - Wisconsin - 1906
...appears more like a civilized town than the abode of savages. The land near the town is very good. In their plantations, which lie adjacent to their...they raise great quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons, etc., so that this place is esteemed the best market for traders to furnish themselves with...
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Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri

George Francis Will, George E. Hyde - Corn - 1917 - 323 pages
...FoxWisconsin River route to the Mississippi, was another center of this trade. Carver (p. 24) says: "In their plantations which lie adjacent to their...they raise great quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons, etc. For this place is esteemed the best market for traders to furnish themselves with provisions...
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Indian Names on Wisconsin's Map

Virgil J. Vogel - History - 1991 - 323 pages
...appears more like a civilized town than the abode of savages. The land near the town is very good. In their plantations, which lie adjacent to their...they raise great quantities of Indian corn, beans, melons &c. so that this place is esteemed the best market for traders to furnish provisions of any...
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The Essential Margaret Fuller

Margaret Fuller, Jeffrey Steele - Literary Collections - 1992 - 470 pages
...Before the doors are placed comfortable sheds, in which the inhabitants sit, when the weather will permit, and smoke their pipes. The streets are regular...the shore of Nomabbin lake. He mentions the rise and fall of the lake-waters, by a tide of three feet, once in seven years,a phenomenon not yet accounted...
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