History of Indian Depredations in Utah ...

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Peter Gottfredson
Press of Skelton publishing Company, 1919 - Indians of North America - 352 pages

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Page 110 - Doctor Jacob," Wahbits, Moab, Sam, Toady, Hunkootoop, Boquobits, and an unusually tricky red, named 'Jimmy Knights,' well known to the early stock-raisers by his thieving propensities and the boldness he exhibited in killing their stock. "There were also in...
Page 150 - Moshoquop and a hand of about twenty Indians moved northwesterly to the vicinity of the lakes near Deseret for the purpose, as Mareer said, of hunting ducks, and crossing the Sevier River, camped a little to the northwest of the site of the present residence of David Crafts at Ingersol, about twelve miles northeast of Sevier lake, and six miles west of the place where Gunnison and his party were afterwards murdered. "There were six wickiups, or tepees, and among the band were many Indians whose names...
Page 16 - She was the saddest-looking piece of humanity I have ever seen. They had shingled her head with butcher knives and fire brands. All the fleshy parts of her body, legs, and arms had been hacked with knives, then fire brands had been stuck into the wounds. She was gaunt with hunger, and smeared from head to foot with blood and ashes.

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