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" Many of the traders, and those in their employ, were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with each other in rapacity, violence and profligacy. They cheated, cursed and plundered the Indians and outraged their families, offering, when compared with... "
EARLY HISTORY WITH BIOGRAPHIES OF STATE OFFICERS - Page 7
1888
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GENERAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN

1873
...regulated, and it was now in a worse condition than ever. Many of the traders and those in their employ were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with...in rapacity, violence and profligacy, They cheated, cursed and plundered the Indians, and outraged their families; offering, when compared with the French...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Michigan - 1874 - 735 pages
...regulated, and it was now in a worse condition than ever. Many of the traders and those in their employ were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with...in rapacity, violence and profligacy. They cheated, cursed and plundered the Indians, and outraged their families; offering, when compared with the French...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Michigan - 1874 - 735 pages
...regulated, and it was now in a worse condition than ever. Many of the traders and those in their employ were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with...in rapacity, violence and profligacy. They cheated, cursed and plundered the Indians, and outraged their families ; offering, when compared with the French...
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The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of ..., Volume 1

Francis Parkman - Pontiac's Conspiracy, 1763-1765 - 1880
...for their families any encouragement to loiter away their time in idleness about the Fort." employ, were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with...rapacity, violence, and profligacy. They cheated, cursed, and plundered the Indians, and outraged their families ; offering, when compared with the French...
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The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of ..., Volume 1

Francis Parkman - Pontiac's Conspiracy, 1763-1765 - 1884
...for their families any encouragement to loiter away their time in idleness about the Fort." employ, were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with...rapacity, violence, and profligacy. They cheated, cursed, and plundered the Indians, and outraged their families ; offering, when compared with the French...
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The Work of Francis Parkman: The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian war ...

Francis Parkman, John Fiske - Canada - 1898
...regulated, and it was now in a worse condition than ever. Many of the traders, and those in their employ, were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with...rapacity, violence, and profligacy. They cheated, cursed, and plundered the Indians, and outraged their families; offering, when compared with the French...
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The old New York frontier: its wars with Indians and Tories; its missionary ...

Francis Whiting Halsey - New York (State) - 1901 - 432 pages
...known. Few of the great fur traders have survived with good reputations. Parkman says many of them were " ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with...rapacity, violence, and profligacy." They " cheated, cursed, and plundered the Indians and outraged their families." Johnson was a very conspicuous exception...
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HISTORY OF MONROE COUNTY MICHIGAN

JOHN McCLELLAND BULKLEY - 1913
...peace of Aix-la-Chapelle in 1763. In excuse for the trouble which followed Parkman says: "The English were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with...in rapacity, violence and profligacy. They cheated, cursed and plundered the Indians, offering, when compared with the French traders, the most unfavorable...
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Historic Mackinac: The Historical, Picturesque and Legendary Features of the ...

Mackinac Island (Mich.) - 1918
...regulated, and it was now in a worse condition than ever. Many of the traders and those in their employ, were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with each other in the worst rapacity, violence, and profligacy. They cheated, cursed, and plundered the Indians, and-...
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Historic Mackinac: The Historical, Picturesque and Legendary Features of the ...

Mackinac Island (Mich.) - 1918
...regulated, and it was now in a worse condition than ever. Many of the traders and those in their employ, were ruffians of the coarsest stamp, who vied with each other in the worst rapacity, violence, and profligacy. They cheated, cursed, and plundered the Indians, and...
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