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" ... with bended bow, while nature's flowers bloomed all around the habitation of nature's child, our brothers once abounded, free as the mountain air, and their glad shouts resounded from vale to vale as they chased o'er the hills the red deer and followed... "
History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan: A Grammar of Their ... - Page 102
by Andrew J. Blackbird - 1887 - 128 pages
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HISTORY OF IONIA COUNTY MICHIGAN

REV. E. E. BRANCH - 1916
...as they chased o'er the hills the red deer, and followed in the otter's track. O, return, return ! Ah, never again shall this time return. It is gone,...will never live happy nor die happy here any more. When the white man took my inheritance, he thought to make me a slave. I am an Indian, and that can...
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The Water Dancers: A Novel

Ms. Terry Gamble - Fiction - 2009 - 288 pages
...they chased o'er the hills, the mountains, rowed and followed in the oner's track. Oh, return, return! Ah, never again shall this time return. It is gone, and gone forever like a spirit passed. MAE-KE-TE-BE-NESSY (Andrew J. Blackbird from Historj of the 0ttawa and Eh'ippewa Indians of Michigan,...
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