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" Why are those lips silent, that lately delivered to us expressive and pleasing language? why are those feet motionless, that a short time ago were fleeter than the deer on yonder mountains? why useless hang those arms that could climb the tallest tree,... "
Minnesota Explorers and Pioneers from A.D. 1659 to A.D. 1858 - Page 67
by Edward Duffield Neill - 1881 - 128 pages
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Three Years Travels Throughout the Interior Parts of North America: For More ...

Jonathan Carver, John Coakley Lettsom - Dakota language - 1802 - 312 pages
...yonder mountains ? why ufelefs hang thofe arms that could climb the talleft tree, or draw the tougheft bow ? Alas ! every part of that frame which we lately beheld with admiration and wonder, is now become as inanimate as it was three hundred winters ago. We will not, however, bemoan thee as...
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The history of Minnesota: from the earliest French explorations to the ...

Edward Duffield Neill - Minnesota - 1858 - 628 pages
...delivered to us expressions and pleasing language? Why are those feet motionless that a short time ago were fleeter than the deer on yonder mountains...which we lately beheld with admiration and wonder, is now become as inanimate as it was three hundred years ago ! We will not, however, bemoan thee as...
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Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, Volume 5

Minnesota - 1885 - 535 pages
...delivered to us expressions and pleasing language? Why are those feet motionless that a short time ago were fleeter than the deer on yonder mountains?...which we lately beheld with admiration and wonder, is now become as inanimate as it was three hundred years ago ! We will not however bemoan thee as if...
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Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, Volume 1

Minnesota - 1872
...delivered to us expressions and pleasing language? Why are those feet motionless that a short time ago were fleeter than the deer on yonder mountains?...those arms that could climb the tallest tree, or draw I he tonghest bow? Alas, every part of thut frame which we lately beheld with admiration and wonder,...
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History of Ramsey County and the City of St. Paul: Including the Explorers ...

George E. Warner, Charles M. Foote - Minnesota - 1881 - 650 pages
...sent up smoke to the Great Spirit? Why are those lips silent, that lately delivered to us expressions and pleasing language? Why are those feet motionless,...become as inanimate as it was three hundred years agol We will not, however, bemoan thee as if thou wast forever lost to us, or that thy name would be...
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Thrilling Scenes Among the Indians: With a Graphic Description of Custer's ...

Thomas McLean Newson - Indians of North America - 1884 - 241 pages
...sent up smoke to the Great Spirit ? Why are those lips silent, that lately delivered to us expressions and pleasing language? Why are those feet motionless...toughest bow? Alas, every part of that frame, which we beheld with admiration and wonder, has now become as inanimate as it was three hundred years ago !...
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Adventures Among the Indians; Or, Scouting with Gen. Custer

Thomas McLean Newson, William Henry Giles Kingston - Indians of North America - 1884 - 241 pages
...up smoke to the. Great S.pirit ? Why are those lips silent, that lately delivered to us expressions and pleasing language? Why are those feet motionless...toughest bow? Alas, every part of that frame, which we beheld with admiration and wonder, has now become as inanimate as it was three hundred years ago !...
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Concise History of the State of Minnesota

Edward Duffield Neill - Minnesota - 1887 - 303 pages
...crumbled on exposure, and perfect shells of human teeth, the interior entirely decayed, were found. tains? Why useless hang those arms that could climb the tallest...which we lately beheld with admiration and wonder, is now become as inanimate as it was three hundred years ago! We will not, however, bemoan thee as...
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Occurrences in the vicinity of St. Paul, Minn., before its incorporation as ...

Edward Duffield Neill - Frontier and pioneer life - 1890 - 52 pages
...a few hours ago sent up smoke to the Great Spirit? Why are those feet motionless that a short time ago were fleeter than the deer on yonder mountains?...which we lately beheld with admiration and wonder, is now become as inanimate as it was three hundred winters ago. We will not, however, bemoan thee as...
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American Book-lore, Volume 1

Bibliography - 1898
...those feet motionless that a short time ago were fleeter than the deer on yonder mountains? Why usetess hang those arms that could climb the tallest tree,...which we lately beheld with admiration and wonder is now becoming inanimate as it was three hunured years ago! We will not, however, bemoan thee as if...
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