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" In those days men and animals were all brothers and all lived together under the ground. But at last they discovered the entrance to the cave leading up to the surface of the earth, and so they decided to ascend and come out. First an old man climbed... "
Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico - Page 179
edited by - 1911
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The Ghost-dance Religion and the Sioux Outbreak of 1890, Volume 14, Issue 2

James Mooney - Dakota Indians - 1896 - 496 pages
...entrance to the cave leading up to the surface of the earth, and so they decided to ascend and come out. First an old man climbed up, carrying in one hand fire and a pipe and in the other a drum. After him came his wife, with corn and pumpkin seeds. Then followed the rest of the people and the...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1906
...1872. The Episcopalians opened a mission in 1881, the Roman Catholics in 1894. Customs and Mief». — In the legend which recounts the coming of the Caddo...their fields surrounded their villages and furnished theirstaplefood; they were semisedentary in their habits and lived in fixed habitations. Their dwellings...
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american indians

frederick webb hodge - 1907
...1872. The Episcopalians opened a mission in 1881, the Roman Catholics in 1894. Cugtomsimdlieliefo. — In the legend which recounts the coming of the Caddo...is related: "First an old man climbed up, carrying m one hand fire and a pipe, and in the other a drum; next came his wife with corn and pumpkin seeds."...
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The Overland Monthly

West (U.S.) - 1899
...entrance to the cave leading up to the surface of the earth, and so they decided to ascend and come out. First an old man climbed up, carrying in one hand fire and a pipe, and in the other a drum. After him came his wife, with corn and pumpkin-seeds. Then followed the rest of the people and the...
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Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine

Bret Harte - West (U.S.) - 1899
...entrance to the cave leading up to the surface of the earth, and so they decided to ascend and come out. First an old man climbed up, carrying in one hand fire and a pipe, and in the other a drum. After him came his wife, with corn and pumpkin-seeds. Then followed the rest of the people and the...
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The Ghost-dance Religion and Wounded Knee

James Mooney - History - 1896 - 492 pages
...entrance to the cave leading up to the surface of the earth, and so they decided to ascend and come out. First an old man climbed up, carrying in one hand fire and a pipe and in the other a drum. After him came his wife, with corn and pumpkin seeds. Then followed the rest of the people and the...
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Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico V. 1/4, Volumes 1-4

Frederick Webb Hodge - History - 2003 - 532 pages
...them in 1872. The Episcopalians opened a mission in 1881, the Roman Catholics in 1894. Customs and beliefs. — In the legend which recounts the coming...their fields surrounded their villages and furnished their staple food; they weresemisedentary in their habits and lived in fixed habitations. Their dwellings...
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Whole Country in Commotion: the Lousiana Purchase & the American Southwest (p)

Patrick G. Williams S. Charles Bolton Jeannie M. Whayne
...entrance to the cave leading up to the surface of the earth, and so they decided to ascend and come out. First an old man climbed up, carrying in one hand fire and a pipe and in the other a drum. After him came his wife, with corn and pumpkin seeds. Then followed the rest of the people and the...
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