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" ... were supposed to watch their movements, but, much to their astonishment, no one appeared to be in pursuit. The Indians believing, no doubt, that the property of the traders would come into their hands, and having no amateur predilection for taking... "
Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the secretary of the ... - Page 247
by Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology - 1898
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Commerce of the Prairies, Or, The Journal of a Santa Fé Trader: During Eight ...

Josiah Gregg - Indians of North America - 1844
...the traders would come into their hands, and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared willing enough...depart without further molestation. The destitute travellers having run themselves short of provisions, and being no longer able to kill game for want...
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Commerce of the Prairies, Volume 2

Josiah Gregg - 1845
...the traders would come into their hands, and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared ..•willing enough...depart without further molestation. The destitute travellers having run themselves short of provisions, and being no longer able to kill game for want...
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The Recreation: a gift-book for young readers. [3rd-8th annual issue].

1846
...willing to let the spoliated adventurers depart without further molestation. The destitute travellers having run themselves short of provisions, and being...of materials to load their rifles with, they were soon reduced to the necessity of sustaining life upon the roots and tender bark of trees. After travelling...
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Historical Collections of the Great West: Containing Narratives ..., Volumes 1-2

Henry Howe - Mississippi River Valley - 1855 - 448 pages
...the traders would come into their hands, and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared willing enough...soon reduced to the necessity of sustaining life upon roots, and the tender bark of trees. After traveling for several days in this desperate condition,...
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Commerce of the Prairies: Or, The Journal of a Santa Fé Trader ..., Volume 2

Josiah Gregg - Indians of North America - 1844
...and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared wiling enough to let the spoliated adventurers depart without further molestation. The destitute travellers having run themselves short of provisions, and being no longer able to kill game for want...
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Scenes and Incidents in the Western Prairies: During Eight Expeditions, and ...

Josiah Gregg - Indians of North America - 1856
...the traders would come into their hands, and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared willing enough...depart without further molestation. The destitute travellers having run themselves short of provisions, and being no longer able to kill game for want...
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Scenes and incidents in the western prairies: during eight ..., Volumes 1-2

Josiah Gregg - Indians of North America - 1857
...and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared wiling enough to let the spoliated adventurers depart without further molestation. The destitute travellers having run themselves short of provisions, and being no longer able to kill game for want...
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The Great West: Containing Narratives of the Most Important and Interesting ...

Henry Howe - Mississippi River Valley - 1858 - 576 pages
...the traders would come into their hands, and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared willing enough...soon reduced to the necessity of sustaining life upon roots and the tender bark of trees. After traveling for several days in this desperate condition, witl»...
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The great West: containing narratives of the most important and interesting ...

Henry Howe - Mississippi River Valley - 1858 - 576 pages
...the traders would come into their hands, and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared willing enough...let the spoliated adventurers depart without further molestation.The destitute travelers having run themselves short of provisions, and being no longer...
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The Rev. William Schenck, His Ancestry and His Descendants ...

1883 - 163 pages
...the traders would come into their hands, and having no amateur predilection for taking scalps at the risk of losing their own, appeared willing enough...and being no longer able to kill game for want of material to load their rifles with, they were soon reduced to the necessity of sustaining life upon...
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