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" I got some corn, some flour ; I give you half. Suppose you die, I die, too. "
history of cass county - Page 74
by howard s. rogers - 1875
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History of Baptist Indian Missions: Embracing Remarks on the Former and ...

Isaac McCoy - Baptists - 1840 - 611 pages
...brush in a trackless wilderness, through a deep snow, was almost impracticable. " But," said he, in broken English, " I got some corn, some flour; I give you half. Suppose you die, I die too." I had, however, scarcely travelled out of sight of our house, when an old Putawatomie widow, our nearest...
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History of Cass County, from 1825 to 1875

Howard S. Rogers - Cass County (Mich.) - 1875 - 406 pages
...missionaries, generously divided his own stock of flour and corn, giving them one-half, (Bertrand's own supply was by no means large) and he accompanied...little flour. In this way they subsisted until the 13th, when the wagons arrived with supplies. They not only brought flour, but brought in addition,...
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GRAND RAPIDS AND KENT COUNTY MICHIGAN

1918
...situation. The trader said it would be impossible to get food from the Indians. "But," said he, in broken English, "I got some corn, some flour; I give you half. Suppose you die, I die too." The noble act of this trader in dividing his scant store with the Protestant missionary does not seem...
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