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History of Cass County, from 1825 to 1875 - Page 40
by Howard S. Rogers - 1875 - 406 pages
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History of Michigan: From Its Earliest Colonization to the Present Time

James Henry Lanman - Michigan - 1841 - 274 pages
...lo raise any olher than lhat of the United States ; and that, if they attempted it again, that power would set a strong foot upon their necks, and crush them to the earth. When he had said this the governor returned to his encampment, and a few minutes after he arrived there,...
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Summary narrative of an exploratory expedition to the sources of the ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Discoveries in geography - 1855 - 596 pages
...peace upon the same territory; that they were forbid the use of any but our own, and should they again attempt it, the United States would set a strong foot upon their rock and crush them. He then brought the captured flag with him to his tent. In a few moments after...
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Fifty Years of Public Life: The Life and Times of Lewis Cass

William L. G. Smith - Statesmen - 1856 - 781 pages
...red man must not raise nvtrat the American, and, if they again did it, the United States government would set a strong foot upon their necks, and crush them to the earth; and he took the flag to his own quarters. This intrepid conduct astonished the Indians, and was all...
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The life and times of Lewis Cass

William L. G. Smith - 1856 - 781 pages
...red man must not raise any but the American, and, if they again did it, the United States government would set a strong foot upon their necks, and crush them to the earth ; and he took the flag to his own quarters. This intrepid conduct astonished the Indians, and was all...
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THE RED BOOK OF MICHIGAN

CHARLES LANMAN - 1871
...to raise any other than that of the United States ; and that if they attempted it again that Power would set a strong foot upon their necks .and crush them to the earth. When he had said this the governor returned to his encampment, and a few minutes after he arrived there...
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GENERAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN

1873
...man must not raise any but the American, and that, if they again did it, the United States government would set a strong foot upon their necks, and crush them to the earth. He then returned to his own quarters, taking the offending flag with him. At this time, Mr. McClelland...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Michigan - 1874 - 735 pages
...man must not raise any but the American, and that, if they again did it, the United States government would set a strong foot upon their necks, and crush them to the earth. He then returned to his own quarters, taking the offending flag with him. At this time, Mr. McClelland...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Michigan - 1874 - 735 pages
...man must not raise any but the American, and that, if they again did it, the United States government would set a strong foot upon their necks, and crush them to the earth. He then returned to his own quarters, taking the offending flag with him. At this time, Mr. McClelland...
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history of cass county

howard s. rogers - 1875
...flag was an emblem of national power; that two standards could not float over the same land, and they were forbidden to raise any but our own, and if they...their canoes on the river. The Americans numbered sixty-six men, of whom thirty were regulars, and the savages could muster seventy or eighty well armed...
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history of cass county

howard s rogers - 1875
...flag was an emblem of national power; that two standards could not float over the same land, and they were forbidden to raise any but our own, and if they...produced the desired effect. In a few minutes the Indian encamp; rnent was broken up, they taking to their canoes on the river. The Americans numbered sixty...
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