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" Englishman, our Father, the king of France, employed our young men to make war upon your nation. In this warfare, many of them have been killed; and it is our custom to retaliate, until such time as the spirits of the slain are satisfied. "
GENERAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN - Page 182
1873
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Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, Volume 5

Minnesota - 1885 - 535 pages
...these mountains. " Englishman ! Our father, the king of France, employed our young men to make war on your nation. " In this warfare, many of them have...such time as the spirits of the slain are satisfied. Now the spirits of the slain are to be satisfied in either of two ways. The first is by spilling the...
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Minnesota Historical Society collections

Minnesota Historical Society - Minnesota - 1885
...these mountains. . " Englishman ! Our father, the king of France, employed our young men to make war on your nation. " In this warfare, many of them have...such time as the spirits of the slain are satisfied. Now the spirits of the slain are to be satisfied in either of two ways. The first is by spilling the...
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Stories from Canadian history: based upon "Stories of New France"

Agnes Maule Machar - Canada - 1893 - 96 pages
...does awake, what must become of you ? He will destroy you utterly. Our father, the King of France, employed our young men to make war upon your nation....such time as the spirits of the slain are satisfied." Chief among the red men at this time was the famous warrior Pontiac, a savage of marvellous intelligence,...
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Mackinac: formerly Michilimackinac

John Read Bailey - Mackinac Island (Mich.) - 1895 - 226 pages
...these spacious lakes, and on these woody mountains. " 'Englishman, our father, the King of France, employed our young men to make war upon your nation....spilling of the blood of the nation by which they fall; the other, by covering the bodies of the dead, and thus allaying, the resentment of their relations....
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Indian Biography: Or, An Historical Account of Those Individuals ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Bussey Thatcher - Indians of North America - 1900
...in these broad lakes, and upon these mountains. " Englishman ! Our father, the king of France, employed our young men to make war upon your nation....and it is our custom to retaliate, until such time aa the spirits of the slain are satisfied. Now the spirits of the slain are to be satisfied in either...
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Rites of Conquest: The History and Culture of Michigan's Native Americans

Charles E. Cleland - History - 1992 - 333 pages
...in these spacious lakes, and on these wooded mountains. Englishman, our father, the king of France, employed our young men to make war upon your nation....killed: and it is our custom to retaliate, until such times as the spirits of the slain are satisfied. But the spirits of the slain are to be satisfied in...
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Great Documents in American Indian History

Wayne Moquin, Charles Lincoln Van Doren - History - 1973 - 416 pages
This remarkable collection of nearly one hundred primary documents presents a mosaic of individual Indian voices that span the vastness of their history while illuminating its ...
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Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada: Essays on Law, Equity, and Respect ...

Michael Asch - Social Science - 1997 - 284 pages
...in these spacious lakes, and on these woody mountains. Englishman, our Father, the king of France, employed our young men to make war upon your nation....to be satisfied in either of two ways; the first is the spilling of the blood of the nation by which they fell; the other, by covering the bodies of the...
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Great Speeches by Native Americans

Robert Blaisdell - History - 2000 - 218 pages
...for us in these broad lakes and upon these mountains. Englishman! Our father, the King of France, employed our young men to make war upon your nation....such time as the spirits of the slain are satisfied. Now the spirits of the slain are to be satisfied in either of two ways. The first is by the spilling...
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