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" So the Indian returns home worn out from his toil, minus his pay and his mantle, not to speak of the food that he had brought with him. He returns home famished, unhappy, distraught, and shattered in health. For these reasons pestilence always rages among... "
Land, Power, and Poverty: Agrarian Transformation and Political Conflict in ...
by Charles D. Brockett - 1998 - 270 pages
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Resisting Reagan: The U.S. Central America Peace Movement

Christian Smith - Social Science - 2010 - 484 pages
...paid until they are laid off So the Indian returns home worn out from his toil, minus his pay and his mantle, not to speak of the food that he brought with...reasons, pestilence always rages among the Indians. According to Jonas (1991: 15), "These methods of organizing the work force were maintained by coercion...
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The Encyclopedia of Native American Economic History

Bruce Elliott Johansen - Business & Economics - 1999 - 301 pages
...returns home worn out from his toil, minus his pay and his mantle, not to speak of the food that he had brought with him. He returns home famished, unhappy,...reasons, pestilence always rages among the Indians" (Zorita 1963, 215). FURTHER READING Baily, LR Indian Slave Trade in the Southwest. Los Angeles: Westernlore...
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The Mexico Reader: History, Culture, Politics

Gilbert M. Joseph, Timothy J. Henderson - History - 2002 - 792 pages
...returns home worn out from his toil, minus his pay and his mantle, not to speak of the food that he had brought with him. He returns home famished, unhappy,...reasons pestilence always rages among the Indians. Arriving home, he gorges himself because of his great hunger, and this excess together with the poor...
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The Native Peoples of North America: A History, Volume 1

Bruce Elliott Johansen - History - 2006 - 487 pages
...his pay and his mantle, not to speak of the food that he had brought with him," he wrote, continuing: "He returns home famished, unhappy, distraught, and...reasons, pestilence always rages among the Indians" (ibid., 215). EXTERMINATION OF THE CALIFORNIA NATIVES The Spanish mission system was a form of slavery...
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