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" ... flour enough for one meal, we sent five of our strongest Indian boys five miles to an Indian trader and borrowed a barrel of flour and a bushel of corn. Our teams were absent and the boys carried it home on their backs. The flour was damaged, nevertheless... "
History of Cass County, from 1825 to 1875 - Page 73
by Howard S. Rogers - 1875 - 406 pages
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History of Baptist Indian Missions: Embracing Remarks on the Former and ...

Isaac McCoy - Baptists - 1840 - 611 pages
...borrowed a barrel of flour and a bushel of corn. Our teams were absent, and the boys carried it home upon their backs. The flour was damaged ; nevertheless,...we had to divide it carefully that every one might take a little. We had saved a few pounds of flour for the small children, whose necessities were increased...
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history of cass county

howard s rogers - 1875
...journal give a vivid picture of the condition of the family: " ' February ist. Having eaten up our corn, and having only flour enough for one meal, we sent...pounds for the small children. We were without milk and the}7 were suffering. An Indian was sent out to try to buy corn. He returned with six quarts, which...
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history of cass county

howard s. rogers - 1875
...carried it home on their backs. The flour was damaged, nevertheless it was very acceptable to us.' Ui February 7th. Ate our last meal of bread for breakfast,...with six quarts, which was all he could procure.' " 4 February 8th. Breakfasted upon corn, which we had procured yesterday. Blessed be God, we have not...
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Grand Rapids and Kent County, Michigan: Historical Account of ..., Volume 1

Ernest B. Fisher - Grand Rapids (Mich.) - 1918 - 995 pages
...backs. The flour was damaged ; nevertheless, it was very acceptable." On Feb. 7, the journal said: "Ate our last meal of bread for breakfast, which was...so scarce that we had to divide it carefully that everyone might take a little. We had saved a few pounds of flour for the small children, whose necessities...
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