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Sivu 392 - The competition is open to all persons, whether connected with Columbia University or not, and whether citizens of the United States of America or any other country.
Sivu 403 - ... are recognized at first glance. But the most interesting and valuable in the list, are a number of sculptured human heads, no doubt faithfully representing the predominant physical features of the ancient people by whom they were made. We have this assurance in the minute accuracy of the other sculptures of the same date...
Sivu 454 - Stuyvesant that he and his fellow sachems "were great chiefs and proprietors of the lands, both by ownership and consent and appointment of Minquas [Susquehanna] and River Indians.
Sivu 127 - Lexington, Ky. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Prof, of Anatomy, Melbourne, Australia. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GENERAL LIBRARY, Ann Arbor, Mich. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA LIBRARY, Minneapolis, Minn. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI LIBRARY, Columbia, Missouri.
Sivu 479 - Some Evidence of an Adolescent Increase In the Rate of Mental Growth," Journal of Educational Psychology, XIII (1922), 350-56.
Sivu 181 - Furs, as the Monack, Moor, Marten, Black Fox, and others to us unknown. Their Dress in Peace and War, is quite different. Besides, when they go to War, their Hair is comb'd out by the Women, and done over very much with Bears Grease, and red Root; with Feathers, Wings, Rings, Copper, and Peak, or Wampum in their Ears. Moreover, they buy Vermillion of the Indian Traders, wherewith they paint their Faces all over red, and commonly make a Circle of Black about one Eye...
Sivu 179 - Women and done over very much with Bear's Grease and red Root, with Feathers, Wings, Rings, Copper, and Peak, or Wampum in their Ears. Moreover, they buy Vermillion of the Indian Traders, wherewith they paint their Faces all over red, and commonly make a Circle of Black about one Eye and another Circle of White about the other...
Sivu 32 - People," which is the true definition of the word Seneca. The great hill at the head of Canandaigua lake, from whence they sprung, is called Genundewah, and has for a long time past been the place where the Indians of that nation have met in council, to hold great talks, and to offer up prayers to the Great Spirit, on account of its having been their...
Sivu 427 - Near the effigy turtles were found two large and beautifully fashioned obsidian spears, measuring 7| inches in length. One of these is almost transparent. Near the center of the grave was a large copper plate, finely made and well preserved. It is covered on one side with leather. In conjunction with this plate were found a pair of spool-shaped ear ornaments, one lobe of each being of copper, and the other of native silver. The north-central and eastern parts of the grave were covered with more than...