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" Starvation was not so much to be dreaded ; because, in case of necessity, they could live on the flesh of their slain, animals, some of which lay stretched close around them. After being pent up for thirtysix hours in this horrible hole, during which... "
Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the secretary of the ... - Page 246
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
...received by one, which was not at the time considered dangerous. During the siege, the Americans were in great danger of perishing from thirst, as the Indians...around them. After being pent up for thirtysix hours in this horrible hole, during which time they had seldom ventured to raise their heads above the surface...
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Commerce of the Prairies, Volume 2

Josiah Gregg - 1845
...received by one, which was not at the time considered dangerous. During the siege, t^ie Americans were in great danger of perishing from thirst, as the Indians...around them. After being pent up for thirtysix hours in this horrible hole, during which time they had seldom ventured to raise thenheads above the surface...
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The Recreation: a gift-book for young readers. [3rd-8th annual issue].

1846
...received by one, which was not at the time considered dangerous. During the siege, the Americans were in great danger of perishing from thirst, as the Indians...stretched close around them. After being pent up for six hours in this horrible hole, during which time they had seldom ventured to raise their heads above...
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Historical Collections of the Great West: Containing Narratives ..., Volumes 1-2

Henry Howe - Mississippi River Valley - 1855 - 448 pages
...received by one, which was not at the time considered dangerous. During the siege, the Americans were in great danger of perishing from thirst, as the Indians...Starvation was not so much to be dreaded; because, in cases of necessity, they could live on the flesh of their slain animals, some of which lay stretched...
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Scenes and Incidents in the Western Prairies: During Eight Expeditions, and ...

Josiah Gregg - Indians of North America - 1856
...received by one, which was not at the time considered dangerous. During the siege, the Americans were hi great danger of perishing from thirst, as the Indians...case of necessity, they could live on the flesh of then- slam animals, some of which lay stretched close around them. After being pent up for thirtysix...
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Historical Collections of the Great West: ... Individual ..., Volumes 1-2

Henry Howe - 1856
...command of all the water within reach. Starvation was not so much to be dreaded; because, in cases of necessity, they could live on the flesh of their slain animals, some of which lay stretched dose around them. After being pent up for thirty-six hours in this horrible hole, during which time...
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Scenes and incidents in the western prairies: during eight ..., Volumes 1-2

Josiah Gregg - Indians of North America - 1857
...received by one, which was not at the time considered dangerous. During the siege, the Americans were in great danger of perishing from thirst, as the Indians...around them. After being pent up for thirtysix hours in this horrible hole, during which time they had seldom ventured to raise their heads above the surface...
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The great West: containing narratives of the most important and interesting ...

Henry Howe - Mississippi River Valley - 1858 - 576 pages
...received by one, which was not at the time considered dangerous. During the siege, the Americans were in great danger of perishing from thirst, as the Indians...Starvation was not so much to be dreaded; because, in cases of necessity, they could live on the flesh of their slain animals, some of which lay stretched...
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The Great West: Containing Narratives of the Most Important and Interesting ...

Henry Howe - Mississippi River Valley - 1858 - 576 pages
...command of all the water within reach. Starvation was not so much to be dreaded; because, in cases of necessity, they could live on the flesh of their...around them. After being pent up for thirty-six hours in this horrible hole, during which time they had seldom ventured to raise their heads above the surface...
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The Rev. William Schenck, His Ancestry and His Descendants ...

1883 - 163 pages
...received by one, which was not at the time considered dangerous. During the siege the Americans were in great danger of perishing from thirst, as the Indians...around them. After being pent up for thirty-six hours in this terrible hole, during which time they had seldom ventured to raise their heads above the surface...
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