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" Quaker, on a consequence that stood out dramatically as they compared this "savage" maturation with "civilized." "There is nothing," wrote the Jesuit chronicler of the Iroquois mission in 1657, "for which these peoples have a greater horror than restraint.... "
The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the ... - Page 273
by Jesuits - 1899
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Tracks that Speak: The Legacy of Native American Words in North American Culture

Charles L. Cutler - History - 2002 - 255 pages
...self-reliance and a love of independence. Describing the Iroquois in 1657, a Jesuit observer wrote: There is nothing for which these peoples have a, and live as they please in the houses of their parents.3 The resourceful, self-sufficient Indian became an allAmerican archetype — long accepted...
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