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" The first to make his appearance was the bear, who took a long and steady draught; then came the deer, the opossum, and such others of the family as are noted for their comfortable case. The moose and bison were slack in their cups, and the partridge,... "
A Child's Guide to Mythology - Page 87
by Helen Archibald Clarke - 1908 - 399 pages
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Algic researches, comprising inquiries respecting the mental characteristics ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1839
...ceremony was over, he told the assembled animals and birds to dance, taking up his drum and crying, " New songs from the south, come, brothers, dance." He directed them to pass in a circle around him, and to shut their eyes. They did so. When he saw a fat fowl pass by him,...
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Algic researches: comprising inquiries respecting the mental ..., Volume 1

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Hiawatha - 1839
...ceremony was over, he told the assembled animals and birds to dance, taking up his drum and crying, " New songs from the south, come, brothers, dance." He directed them to pass in a circle around him, and to shut their eyes. They did so. When he saw a fat fowl pass by him,...
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The Indian Fairy Book: From the Original Legends

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Indians - 1856 - 338 pages
...fatness for all time to come. As fast as they arrived he told them to plunge in and help themselves. are noted for their comfortable case. The moose and...mirthful, that they should shut their eyes and pass around him in a circle. Again he beat his drum and cried out : " New songs from the South, come, brothers,...
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The myth of Hiawatha: and other oral legends, mythologic and allegoric, of ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Social Science - 1856 - 343 pages
...ceremony was over, he told the assembled animals and birds to dance, taking np his drum and crying, "New songs from the south, come, brothers, dance." He directed them to pass in a circle around him, and to shut their eyes. They did so. When he saw a fat fowl pass by him,...
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Indian Myths: Or, Legends, Traditions, and Symbols of the Aborigines of ...

Ellen Russell Emerson - Indian mythology - 1884 - 677 pages
...When the feast was over, Manabozho invited the animals to dance. Taking up his drum, and crying, " New songs from the south ! Come, brothers, dance ! " he directed them to 'pass in a circle around him, with their eyes shut. They did so. Now when Manabozho saw a fat fowl...
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Young Folks' Treasury: Myths and legendary heros

Hamilton Wright Mabie - 1909
...ceremony was over, he told the assembled animals and birds to dance, taking up his drum and crying, "New songs from the south, come, brothers, dance." He directed them to pass in a circle around him, and to shut their eyes. They did so. When he saw a fat fowl pass by him,...
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Algic Researches

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Social Science - 1998 - 270 pages
...ceremony was over, he told the assembled animals and birds to dance, taking up his drum and crying, "New songs from the south, come, brothers, dance." He directed them to pass in a circle around him, and to shut their eyes. They did so. When he saw a fat fowl pass by him,...
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North American Indian Legends

Allan A. Macfarlan - History - 1968 - 406 pages
...ceremony was over, he told the assembled animals and birds to dance, taking up his drum and crying, "New songs from the south, come, brothers, dance!' He directed them to pass in a circle around him, and to shut their eyes. They did so. When he saw a fat fowl pass by him,...
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