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The Best Book about the Island EARLY MACKINAC - Page 36
by Meade C. Williams - 1912
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Travels and Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories, Between the ...

Alexander Henry - Canada - 1809 - 330 pages
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief, he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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Sketches of a tour to the Lakes, of the character and customs of the ...

Thomas Lorraine M'Kenney - Great Lakes (North America) - 1827
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief, he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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Sketches of a Tour to the Lakes: Of the Character and Customs of the ...

Thomas Loraine McKenney - Chippewa language - 1827 - 493 pages
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief, he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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Indian Captivities, Being a Collection of the Most Remarkable Narratives of ...

Samuel Gardner Drake - Indian captivities - 1839 - 360 pages
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief, he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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Tragedies of the Wilderness: Or, True and Authentic Narratives of Captives ...

Samuel Gardner Drake - Indian captivities - 1841 - 354 pages
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief, he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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The American Indians: Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Indian captivities - 1851 - 495 pages
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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Indian Wars of the United States: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time

John Frost - Indian captivities - 1852 - 667 pages
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief, he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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Indian captivities or Life in the wigwam

1857
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief, he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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Old and New Mackinac: With Copious Extracts from Marquette, Hennepin, La ...

James Alvin Van Fleet - Mackinac - 1870 - 176 pages
...not fail to begin, than he represented to me the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That I might escape all mischief, he therefore requested that I would accompany him to the mountain,...
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GENERAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN

1873
...in the evening, than he represented to Henry the danger of remaining in the village, and owned that he could not himself resist the temptation of joining his comrades in the debauch. That he might escape all mischief, the Indian requested Henry to accompany him to the mountain, where...
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