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" Norridgewog, and was gone four years, in which she endured every thing but death. She was delivered of a child in the winter, in the open air, and in a violent snow-storm ; being unable to suckle her child, or provide it any food, the Indians killed it.... "
Indian Wars of New England: The land of the Abenake. The French occupation ... - Page 481
by Herbert Milton Sylvester - 1910
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History of the United States: From Their First Settlement as ..., Volume 1

David Ramsay, Robert Young Hayne - United States - 1816
...but death. She was delivered of a child, in the winter, in the open air, and in a violent snow-storm. Being unable to suckle her child, or provide it any...fourteen days on a decoction of the bark of trees. After her return to her husband, she had fourteen children. They lived together till he was ninety-three,...
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The Early History of New England: Illustrated by Numerous Interesting Incidents

Henry White - Indian captivities - 1842 - 420 pages
...open air, and in a violent snowstorm. Being unable to suckle her child, or provide it any nourishment, the Indians killed it. She lived fourteen days on...laid down, and was nearly dead when they returned. The, carried her senseless to a wigwam, and poured warm water down her throat, which recovered her....
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Pictorial History of America: From the Earliest Times to the Close ..., Volume 1

John Frost - United States - 1853
...but death. She was delivered of a child in the winter, in the open air, and in a violent snow-storm ; being unable to suckle her child, or provide it any...dead when they returned : they carried her senseless into a wigwam, and poured warm water down her throat, which recovered her. After her return to her...
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PICTORIAL HISTORY OF AMERICAM FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE CLOSE OF THE ...

JOHN FROST - 1854
...but death. She was delivered of a child in the winter, in the open air, and in a violent snow-storm; being unable to suckle her child, or provide it any...dead when they returned: they carried her senseless into a wigwam, and poured warm water down her throat, which recovered her. After her return to her...
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A Popular History of the United States: From the First Discovery ..., Volume 2

William Cullen Bryant, Sydney Howard Gay - United States - 1878
...captured. One woman during the succeeding winter was delivered of a child in a violent snow-storm. The Indians killed it. She lived fourteen days on a decoction of bark and water, became senseless from the cold, was revived by the usual Indian remedy of warm water...
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Scribner's popular history of the united states

William Cullen Bryant; Sydney Howard Gay; Noah Brooks - 1897
...captured. One woman during the succeeding winter was •delivered of a child in a violent snow-storm. The Indians killed it. She lived fourteen days on a decoction of bark and water, became senseless from the cold, was revived by the usual Indian remedy of warm water...
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Scribner's Popular History of the United States: From the Earliest ..., Volume 2

William Cullen Bryant, Sydney Howard Gay, Noah Brooks - United States - 1898
...captured. One woman during the succeeding winter was delivered of a child in a violent snow-storm. The Indians killed it. She lived fourteen days on a decoction of bark and water, became senseless from the cold, was revived by the usual Indian remedy of warm water...
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