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" A more wretched and poverty-stricken community than these people presented after they were placed in the prison camp it would be difficult to imagine. "
Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the secretary of the ... - Page 200
by Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology - 1898
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Report of the Department of the Interior ... [with Accompanying ..., Part 1

United States. Dept. of the Interior - 1875
...and poverty-stricken community than these people presented after they were placed in the prison-camp it would be difficult to imagine. Bereft of lodges, and the most ordinary of cooking-apparatus; with uo ponies, or other means of transportation for wood or water; half-starved,...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the ...

United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs - 1875
...and poverty-stricken community than these people presented after they were placed in the prison-camp it would be difficult to imagine. Bereft of lodges, and the most ordinary of cooking-apparatus ; with no ponies, or other means of transportation for wood or water ; half-starved,...
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Annual Reports, Volume 17, Part 1

1898
...being confiscated and sold. Their agent says: A more wretched and poverty-stricken community than these people presented after they were placed in the prison...truly objects of pity; and for the first time the Cheyenne seemed to realize the power of the government and their own inability to cope successfully...
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The Cheyenne Indians

James Mooney - Cheyenne Indians - 1905 - 139 pages
...condition at the time, their agent says : " A more wretched and poverty-striken community than these people presented after they were placed in the prison...to imagine. Bereft of lodges and the most ^ordinary of cooking apparatus ; with no ponies or other means of transportation for wood or water ; half-starved,...
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Memoirs of the American Anthropological and Ethnological Societies, Issues 1-6

American Ethnological Society - Anthropology - 1907
...condition at the time, their agent says : " A more wretched and poverty-striken community than these people presented after they were placed in the prison...to imagine. Bereft of lodges and the most ordinary of cooking apparatus ; with no ponies or other means of transportation for wood or water ; half-starved,...
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Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association

Anthropology - 1964
...condition at the time, their agent says : "A more wretched and poverty-striken community than these people presented after they were placed in the prison...to imagine. Bereft of lodges and the most ordinary of cooking apparatus ; with no ponies or other means of transportation for wood or water ; half-starved,...
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Dying Thunder: The Battle Of Adobe Walls & Palo Canyon, 1874

Terry C. Johnston - Fiction - 1992 - 416 pages
...the agent's rage would mellow to such a 384 A more wretched and poverty-stricken community than these people presented after they were placed in the prison...the most ordinary cooking apparatus; with no ponies or other means of transportation for wood or water; half -starved, and very little to eat, and scarcely...
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