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" The squaw spread a buffalo-robe for us in the guest's place at the head of the lodge. Our saddles were brought in, and scarcely were we seated upon them before the place was thronged with Indians, who came crowding in to see us. "
The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life - Page 237
by Francis Parkman - 1900 - 479 pages
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 31

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, John Holmes Agnew, Kinahan Cornwallis, Timothy Flint - Periodicals - 1848
...broad chest. If the reader thinks that we were intruding somewhat cavalierly, I beg him to observe that every Indian in the village would have deemed himself...upon them before the place was thronged with Indians, who came crowding in to see us. The Big Crow produced his pipe and filled it with the mixture of tobacco...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 31

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, John Holmes Agnew, Kinahan Cornwallis, Timothy Flint - Periodicals - 1848
...chest. If the reader thinks that we were intruding somewhat cavalierly, I beg him to observe that eveiy Indian in the village would have deemed himself honored...upon them before the place was thronged with Indians, who came crowding in to see us. The Big Crow produced his pipe and filled it with the mixture of tobacco...
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Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life; Or, The California and Oregon Trail ...

Francis Parkman - Frontier and pioneer life - 1852 - 448 pages
...exclamation. If the reader thinks that we were intruding somewhat cavalierly, I beg him to observe that every Indian in the village would have deemed himself...upon them before the place was thronged with Indians, who came crowding in to see us. The Big Crow produced his pipe and filled it with the mixture of tobacco...
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The California and Oregon Trail: Being Sketches of Prairie and Rocky ...

Francis Parkman - California National Historic Trail - 1901 - 416 pages
...exclamation. If the reader thinks that we were intruding somewhat cavalierly, I beg him to observe that every Indian in the village would have deemed himself...hospitality. The squaw spread a buffalo-robe for us in the guest' s place at the head of the lodge. Our saddles were brought in, and scarcely were we seated upon...
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Francis Parkman, [by] Henry Dwight Sedgwick

Henry Dwight Sedgwick - 1904 - 345 pages
...with a guttural " How, cola ! " I requested Reynal [a Canadian acquaintance hunting with the Indians] to tell him that Raymond and I were come to live with...preference to his hospitality. The squaw spread a buffalo robe for us in the guest's place at the head of the lodge. Our saddles were brought in, and...
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Pioneers of the Rocky Mountains and the West, Book 3

Charles Alexander McMurry - Explorers - 1904 - 248 pages
...honored that white men should give such preference to his hospitality. The squaw spread a buffalo robe for us in the guest's place at the head of the lodge....upon them before the place was thronged with Indians, who came crowding in to see us. The Big Crow produced his 170 PIONEERS OF THE WEST pipe and filled...
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Pioneers of the Rocky Mountains and the West, Book 3

Charles Alexander McMurry - Explorers - 1904 - 248 pages
...exclamation. If the reader thinks that we are intruding somewhat cavalierly, I beg him to observe that every Indian in the village would have deemed himself...preference to his hospitality. The squaw spread a buffalo robe for us in the guest's place at the head of the lodge. Our saddles were brought in, and...
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The Howe Readers: A fifth reader

Will David Howe, Myron Thomas Pritchard, Elizabeth Virginia Brown - Readers - 1909
...light, seated at one side on a pile of buifalo robes. He greeted me with a guttural " How, cola! " I requested Reynal to tell him that Raymond and I...preference to his hospitality. The squaw spread a buffalo robe for us in the guest's place at the head of the lodge. Our saddles were brought in, and...
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The Oregon Trail of Francis Parkman

Francis Parkman - Frontier and pioneer life - 1910 - 361 pages
...broad chest. If the reader thinks that we were intruding somewhat cavalierly, I beg him to observe that every Indian in the village would have deemed himself...upon them before the place was thronged with Indians, who came crowding in to see us. The Big Crow produced his pipe and filled it with the mixture of tobacco...
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Francis Parkman's The Oregon Trail

Francis Parkman - California National Historic Trail - 1910 - 363 pages
...exclamation. If the reader thinks that we were intruding somewhat cavalierly, I beg him to observe that every Indian in the village would have deemed himself...upon them before the place was thronged with Indians, who came crowding in to see us. The Big Crow produced his pipe and filled it with the mixture of tobacco...
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