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" Pounds. For every Scalp of such Female Indian or Male Indian under the Age of twelve years that Shall be killed and brought in as Evidence of their being killed as aforesaid, Twenty Pounds. "
The Baxter manuscripts - Page 63
edited by - 1916
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A List of Early American Broadsides, 1680-1800: Belonging to the Library of ...

American Antiquarian Society. Library - Printing - 1897 - 64 pages
...Twelve years, taken and brought in as aforesaid, Twenty-five Pounds. For every Scalp of such Female or Male Indian under the Age of Twelve Years, that shall be killed and brought in as aforesaid, Twenty Pounds."] 1756. Boston, May 13, 1756. To be seen (for a short Time) at the House...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 11

United States - 1898
...Twelve years, taken and brought in as aforesaid, Twenty-five Pounds. For every Scalp of such Female or Male Indian under the Age of Twelve Years, that shall be killed and brought in as aforesaid, Twenty Pounds."] 1756. Boston, May 13, 1756. To be seen (for a short Time) at the House...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 11

United States - 1898
...years, taken and brought in as aforesaid, Twenty-live Pounds. For every Scalp of such Female or Malo Indian under the Age of Twelve Years, that shall be killed and brought in as aforesaid, Twenty Pounds."] I7S6. Boston, May 13, 1756. To be seen (for a short Time) at the House...
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Dawnland Encounters: Indians and Europeans in Northern New England

Colin G. Calloway - History - 1991 - 296 pages
...male Indian prisoner under the age of twelve years, taken and brought in as aforesaid, twenty-five pounds. For every scalp of such female Indian or male...being killed as aforesaid, twenty pounds. Given at the Council-Chamber in Boston, this third day of November 1755, and in the twenty-ninth year of the Reign...
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Literacies of Power: What Americans are Not Allowed to Know

Donaldo Pereira Macedo - Critical pedagogy - 1994 - 206 pages
...provided monetary rewards for dead Indians: "For every scalp of a male Indian brought in ... forty pounds. For every scalp of such female Indian or male...under the age of twelve years that shall be killed ... twenty pounds."4 Even the abolitionist President Abraham Lincoln did not truly uphold the US Declaration...
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The Ethnic Moment: The Search for Equality in the American Experience

Philip L. Fetzer - Social Science - 1997 - 269 pages
...offered: For every scalp of a male Indian brought in as evidence of their being killed as aforesaid, forty pounds. For every scalp of such female Indian or male...of their being killed as aforesaid, twenty pounds. But it did not end in the eighteenth century, the nineteenth, or even the twentieth. In Vermont, where...
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Critical Education in the New Information Age

Manuel Castells - Education - 1999 - 176 pages
...II. provided monetary rewards for dead Indians. "For every scalp or male Indian brought in ... forty pounds. For every scalp of such female Indian or male...under the age of twelve years that shall be killed . . . twenty pounds" (Zinn, 1990, pp. 234-35). Big-stick diplomacy characterizes US foreign policy,...
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The Other Side Of The Frontier: Economic Explorations Into Native American ...

Linda L Barrington - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - 2008 - 256 pages
...American Indian killed: "For every Male Indian Scalp, brought in as Evidence of their being killed, Forty Pounds. . . . For every Scalp of such Female Indian or Male Indian under Twelve Years of Age, brought as Evidence of their being killed, as aforesaid, Twenty Pounds" (Shirley...
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Chomsky on Miseducation

Noam Chomsky - Education - 2004 - 208 pages
...provided monetary rewards for dead Indians: "For every scalp of a male Indian brought in ... forty pounds. For every scalp of such female Indian or male...under the age of twelve years that shall be killed . . . twenty pounds."21 They also have little interest in teaching students that even antislavery President...
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Debating the Issues in Colonial Newspapers: Primary Documents on Events of ...

David A. Copeland - History - 2000 - 397 pages
...Male Indian Prisoner under the Age of Twelve years, taken and brought in as aforesaid, Twenty-five Pounds. For every Scalp of such Female Indian or Male Indian under Twelve Years, brought as Evidence of their being killed, as aforesaid, Twenty Pounds. GOVERNOR WILLIAM...
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