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" When he had ceased praying he still continued in a kneeling position. All the rifles belonging to the party had been left at the. wigwam. There was not a weapon of any kind to be seen at the place of execution, and the spectators were, consequently, unable... "
Centennial History of Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio - Page 43
by William Alexander Taylor - 1909
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Life of Tecumseh and of His Brother the Prophet: With a Historical Sketch of ...

Benjamin Drake - Shawnee Indians - 1841 - 227 pages
...delay, the prisoner again sank down upon his knees and prayed as he had done before. When he had ceased, he still continued in a kneeling position. All the...party had been left at the wigwam. There was not a weaT pon of any kind to be seen at the place of execution, and the spectators were consequently unable...
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Historical collections of Ohio: containing a collection of the most ...

Henry Howe - Ohio - 1847 - 581 pages
...the prisoner again sank down upon his knees and prayed, as he had done before. When he had ceased, he still continued in a kneeling position. All the...procedure which the executioners had determined on for the fulfilment of their purpose. Suddenly one of the warriors drew from beneath the skirts of his capote,...
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Historical Collections of Ohio: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Ohio - 1849 - 599 pages
...the prisoner again sank down upon his knees and prayed, as he had done before. When he had ceased, he still continued in a kneeling position. All the...and the spectators were consequently unable to form may conjecture as to the mode of procedure which the executioners had determined on for the fulfilmam...
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Historical Collections of Ohio: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - Ohio - 1850 - 599 pages
...the prisoner again sank down upon his knees and prayed, as he had done before. When he had ceased, he still continued in a kneeling position. All the...procedure which the executioners had determined on for the fulfilment of their purpose. Suddenly one of the warriors drew from beneath the skirts of his capote,...
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Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley: Or, Pioneer Life in the West

James Bradley Finley - Frontier and pioneer life - 1853 - 455 pages
...friend," he continued, "me tell you white man bad man, white man kill him Indian say nothing." Finding all interference futile, Mr. Sells was at...fulfillment of their purpose. Suddenly one of the warriors drew, from beneath the skirts of his capote, a keen, bright tomahawk, walked rapidly up behind the...
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Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley

James Bradley Finley - Frontier and pioneer life - 1854 - 455 pages
...friend," he continued, "me tell you white man bad man, white man kill him Indian say nothing." Finding all interference futile, Mr. Sells was at...consequently, unable to form any conjecture as to thaimode of procedure which the executioners had determined on for the fulfillment of their purpose....
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Historical Collections of Ohio ...: An Encyclopedia of the State ..., Volume 1

Henry Howe - Ohio - 1889
...the prisoner again sank down upon his knees and prayed, as he had done before. When he had ceased, he still continued in a kneeling position. All the...of any kind to be seen at the place of execution, a^id the spectators were consequently unable to form any conjecture as to the mode of procedure which...
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Historical collections of Ohio ...: an encyclopedia of the state ..., Volume 1

Henry Howe - History - 1890
...the prisoner again sank down upon his knees and prayed, as he had done before. When he had ceased, he still continued in a kneeling position. All the...procedure which the executioners had determined on for the fulfilment of their purpose. Suddenly one of the warriors drew from beneath the skirts of his capote...
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History of the City of Columbus, Capital of Ohio, Volume 1

Alfred Emory Lee - Columbus (Ohio) - 1892
...beyond the limits of the white settlement. " No! " said he, very sternly and with evident displeasure. Finding all interference futile, Mr. Sells was at...procedure which the executioners had determined on for the fnllillment of their purpose. Suddenly one of the warriors drew from beneath the skirts of his capote...
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Historical Collections of Ohio: An Encyclopedia of the State ..., Volume 1

Henry Howe - Ohio - 1898
...the prisoner again sank down upon his knees and prayed, as he had done before. When he had ceased, he still continued in a kneeling position. All the...to form any conjecture as to the mode of procedure whicn the executioners had determined on for the fulfilment of their purpose. Suddenly one of the warriors...
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