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" ... room, one for cooking and the other for a fire to warm the room; proof conclusive that they were not to the chimney born. They were in an apartment of one of the principal chiefs In a number of rooms are recesses like niches left in the wall, about... "
First (-Thirty-first) annual report of the trustees of the Peabody museum of ... - Page 550
by Harvard university Peabody mus - 1880
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HISTORY OF KALAMAZOO COUNTY, MICHIGAN

1880
...trees, was poured into the first kettle, while the one next to it was filled up from the first and the third from the second, and so on to the last, which was used for " sugaring off." In the second kettle our visitors noticed some strange objects bobbing up...
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Annual Report of the Municipal Officers of the Town of Lewiston ..., Volume 17

Lewiston (Me.) - Lewiston (Me.) - 1880
...finding the key note from the signature, the first note of the exercise is found from that, the second from the first, the third from the second, and so on to the end. It will be seen that there is no stopping place or time to think of anything else. The importance...
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Houses and House-life of the American Aborigines, Volume 4

Lewis Henry Morgan - Indians of Mexico - 1881 - 281 pages
...recesses like niches left in the wall, about two feet six inches wide and high, and about eighteen inches deep. These furnished places to set household...built in the same way, but it can neither be proved nor disproved from the ruins. The number of apartments would not vary much whether the upper stories...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Volume 30

Engineering - 1884
...propositions of which the first is the one to be demonstrated, and such that the second is deduced from the first, the third from the second, and so on to the last proposition which is recognized as true. 15. It is by no means necessary that all the successive propositions...
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Symbolic Algerbra or The Algebra of Algebraic Numbers

Prof. WM. Cain, C.E. - 1884
...propositions of which the first is the one to be demonstrated, and such that the second is deduced from the first, the third from the second, and so on to the last proposition which is recognized as true. 15. It is by no means necessary that all the successive propositions...
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Report on the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard ..., Volume 2

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology - America - 1880
...two chimneys and two fireplaces in one and the same room, one for cooking, and the other for a lire to warm the room ; proof conclusive that they were...second, and so on to the last which was a single row of iipartments, on the top somewhere, but not necessarily on the back side. Pueblos were not entirely...
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