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" A severe and proud dame she was ; bestowing every day in dressing herself near as much time as any of the gentry of the land : powdering her hair and painting her face, going with her necklaces, with jewels in her ears, and bracelets upon her hands. When... "
Collections, Historical and Miscellaneous: And Monthly Literary Journal - Page 141
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The Aboriginal Races of North America: Comprising Biographical Sketches of ...

Samuel Gardner Drake, J. W. O'Neill - Indians of North America - 1859 - 736 pages
...proud dame she was ; bestowing every day in dressing herself near ns much time as any of the gently of the land powdering her hair and painting her...going with her necklaces, with jewels in her ears, and bracrlets upon her hands. When she had dressed herself, her work was to make girdles of wampum and...
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The aboriginal races of North America: comprising biographical sketches of ...

Samuel Gardner Drake, J. W. O'Neill - Clergy - 1860 - 736 pages
...with whom I had lived and served all this while. A severe and proud dame she was ; bestowing every day in dressing herself near as much time as any of...powdering her hair and painting her face, going with her ncckhices, with jewels in her ears, and bracelets upon her hands. When she had dressed herself, her...
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Civilization and Barbarism: Illustrated by Especial Reference to Metacomet ...

King Philip's War, 1675-1676 - 1878 - 186 pages
...Mrs. Kownaldson says of her, "A proud and severe dame she was, bestowing each day in dressing, nearly as much time as any of the gentry of the land, ...hair and painting her face, going with her necklaces, jewels in her ears, and bracelets on her hands. When she had dressed herself her work was to make girdles...
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The Aboriginal Races of North America

Henry Llewellyn Williams - Indians of North America - 1880 - 787 pages
...with whom I had lived and served all this while. A severe and proud dame she was ; bestowing every day in dressing herself near as much time as any of...jewels in her ears, and bracelets upon her hands. When she had dressed herself, her work was to make girdles of wampum and beads. The third squaw [or...
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A Narrative History of King Philip's War and the Indian Troubles in New England

Richard Markham - Indians of North America - 1883 - 336 pages
...proud dame she was," says Mrs. Rowlandson, who was her servant during her captivity, "bestowing every day in dressing herself near as much time as any of...jewels in her ears and bracelets upon her hands." Her untimely end might well arouse a sensation of pity in the breast of the listener. The vindictive...
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The Growth of American Literature: A Critical and Historical Survey, Volume 1

Edwin Harrison Cady - American literature - 1888
...with whom I had lived and served all this while. A severe and proud dame she was ; bestowing every day in dressing herself near as much time as any of...jewels in her ears, and bracelets upon her hands. When she had dressed herself, her work was to make girdles of wampum and beads. The third squaw was...
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Field-day of the Worcester Society of Antiquity in Medfield, June 20th, 1891

Medfield (Mass. : Town) - 1892 - 51 pages
...saw much of Weetamoo, and thus describes her : " A severe and proud dame was she ; bestowing every day in dressing herself near as much time as any of the gentry in the land, powdering her hair and painting her face, going with her necklaces, with jewels in her...
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Proceedings of the Worcester Society of Antiquity, Volume 13

Worcester Historical Society, Worcester, Mass - Worcester (Mass.) - 1894
...captivity, saw much of Weetamoo, and thus describes her: " A severe and proud dame was she ; bestowing every day in dressing herself near as much time as any of the gentry in the land, powdering her hair and painting her face, going with her necklaces, with jewels in her...
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Collections of the Worcester Society of Antiquity, Volume 13

Worcester (Mass.) - 1894
...saw much of Weetamoo, and thus describes her: "A severe and proud dame was she; bestowing every clay in dressing herself near as much time as any of the gentry in the land, powdering her hair and painting her face, going with her necklaces, with jewels in her...
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A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts: The Times when the People ..., Volume 1

George Sheldon - Deerfield (Mass.) - 1895
...life and character. She says of her mistress: A severe and proud dame she was, bestowing every day in dressing herself, near as much time as any...with jewels in her ears and bracelets upon her hands. When she had dressed herself her work was to make girdles of wampum and beads. At great (lances she...
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