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" They live in houses built in an oblong, oval shape. Light is admitted into these through the roof, by a window a foot and a half long; this also serves to carry off the smoke, for they kindle the fire in the middle of the floor, and sleep around the fire.... "
Fund Publicaion - Page 17
1874
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Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico: A-M, Volume 1; Volume 30, Part 1

Frederick Webb Hodge - America - 1907 - 1221 pages
...the bow very tight, they can not hit a mark at a great distance. They live by means of these weapons, and go out every day through the fields and woods...into these through the roof, by a window a foot and a half long; this also serves to carry off the smoke, for they kindle the fire in the middle of the...
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american indians

frederick webb hodge - 1907
...the bow very tight, they can not hit a mark at a great distance. They live by means of these weapons, and go out every day through the fields and woods...hunting, for fear of ambushes. They live in houses huilt in an oblong, oval shape. Light is admitted into these through the roof, by a window a foot and...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1907
...the bow very tight, they can not hit a mark at a great distance. They live by means of these weapons, and go out every day through the fields and woods...to procure food by hunting, for fear of ambushes. Thev live in houses built in an oblong, oval siiape. Light is admitted into these through the roof,...
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Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, Part 1

Frederick Webb Hodge - Indians of North America - 1911
...the bow very tight, they can not hit a mark at a great distance. They live by means of these weapons, and go out every day through the fields and woods...wild animals. For there is an abundance of all these, (hough we ourselves do not yet venture to procure food by hunting, for fear of ambushes. Thev live...
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