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" The open air was the general dressing-place of both sexes ; and a group of females might often be seen sitting under the shade of a clump of wide-spreading trees, or in the cool mountain-stream, employing themselves for hours together in arranging' the... "
Impotency, Sterility, and Artificial Impregnation - Page 21
by Franklyn Pierre Davis - 1917 - 138 pages
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Polynesian researches, during a residence of nearly six years in ..., Volume 2

William Ellis - Ethnology - 1829 - 576 pages
...be seen sitting under the shade of a clump of wide- spreading trees, or in the cool mountain-stream, employing themselves for hours together in arranging the curls of the hair, weaving the wreaths of flowers, and filling the air with their perfumes. Their comb was a rude invention of...
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Polynesian Researches, During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in ..., Volume 1

William Ellis - Ethnology - 1831
...be seen sitting under the shade of a clump of wide-spreading trees, or in the cool mountain-stream, employing themselves for hours together in arranging' the curls of the hair, weaving the wreaths of flowers, and filling the air with their perfumes. Their comb was a rude invention of...
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Polynesian researches during a residence of nearly eight years in ..., Volume 1

William Ellis - Ethnology - 1831
...be seen sitting under the shade of a clump of wide-spreading trees, or in the cool mountain-stream, employing; themselves for hours together in arranging the curls of the hair, weaving the wreaths of flowers, and filling the air with their perfumes. Their comb was a rude invention of...
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Woman's Share in Primitive Culture, Volume 1

Otis Tufton Mason - Civilization, Ancient - 1894 - 295 pages
...shade of a clump of wide-spreading trees, or ma cool mountain stream, employing themselves for hours in arranging the curls of the hair, weaving wreaths...of flowers and filling the air with their perfumes. Their mirror was one supplied by Xature, and consisted of clear water contained in a cocoanut shell....
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Women of All Nations: A Record of Their Characteristics, Habits ..., Volume 1

Northcote Whitridge Thomas - Women - 1908
...women "sitting under the shade of a clump of wide-spreading trees, or in the cool mountain-stream, employing themselves for hours together in arranging the curls of the hair, weaving the wreaths of flowers, and filling the air with their perfumes." So important was the arrangement...
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Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine, Volume 9

1881
...be seen sitting Tinder the shade of a clump of wide-spreading trees, or in the cool mountain stream, employing themselves for hours together In arranging the curls of the hair, weaving the wreaths of flowers and filling the air with their perfumes. Their comb was a rude invention of...
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