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" The wild cavalcade that defiled with me down the gorges of the Black Hills, with its paint and war-plumes, fluttering trophies and savage embroidery, bows, arrows, lances, and shields, will never be seen again. "
The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life - Page xiv
by Francis Parkman - 1900 - 479 pages
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 53

Literature - 1888
...gold in California in 1848, and soon after in various nearer regions. Writing in 1872, he says : — " The wild cavalcade that defiled with me down the gorges...arrows, lances, and shields, will never be seen again cased possibly in trowsers, or muffled in a tawdry shirt, is an Indian still, but an Indian shorn of...
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American Literature 1607-1885, Volume 1

Charles Francis Richardson - American literature - 1889
...and picturesque than Irving's " Astoria," the author wrote of it, half in humor, half in sadness : " The wild cavalcade that defiled with me down the gorges...in the maws of wolves. The Indian of to-day, armed v;:th a revolver and crowned with an old hat, cased, possibly, in trousers, or muffled in a tawdry...
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American Literature, 1607-1885

Charles Francis Richardson - American literature - 1888 - 990 pages
...and picturesque than Irving's " Astoria," the author wrote of it, half in humor, half in sadness : " The wild cavalcade that defiled with me down the gorges...in the maws of wolves. The Indian of to-day, armed v/ith a revolver and crowned with an old hat, cased, possibly, in trousers, or muffled in a tawdry...
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Self Culture, Volume 8

Self-culture - 1899
...the French and Indian War, the futility of which made it possible INDIAN OUTPOST memory of the past. The wild cavalcade that defiled with me down the gorges...revolver and crowned with an old hat, cased, possibly, in trowsers or muffled in a tawdry shirt, is an Indian still, but an Indian shorn of the picturesqueness...
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A General Survey of American Literature: By Mary Fisher

Mary Fisher - American literature - 1899 - 391 pages
...he had paid it willingly. He had witnessed a form of life fast disappearing, and says of it: — " The wild cavalcade that defiled with me down the gorges...armed with a revolver and crowned with an old hat, is an Indian still, but an Indian shorn of the picturesqueness which was his most conspicuous merit....
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A Century of Science: And Other Essays

John Fiske - Arbitration (International law) - 1899 - 477 pages
...foreseen it, perhaps some perverse regret might have tempered the ardour of our rejoicing. "The wild tribe that defiled with me down the gorges of the Black Hills, with its paint and war plumes, fluttering trophies and savage embroidery, bows, arrows, lances, and shields, will never...
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A Century of Science: And Other Essays

John Fiske - Arbitration (International law) - 1899 - 477 pages
...some perverse regret might have tempered the ardour of our rejoicing. " The wild tribe that denied with me down• the gorges of the Black Hills, with its paint and war plumes, fluttering trophies and savage embroidery, bows, arrows, lances, and shields, will never...
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A Century of Science: And Other Essays

John Fiske - Arbitration (International law) - 1900 - 477 pages
...foreseen it, perhaps some perverse regret might have tempered the ardour of our rejoicing. "The wild tribe that defiled with me down the gorges of the Black Hills, with its paint and war plumes, fluttering trophies and savage embroidery, bows, arrows, lances, and shields, will never...
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The International Quarterly, Volume 4

Frederick Albert Richardson - 1901
...1872 for a new edition of " The Oregon Trail," which had appeared in 1847, Francis Parkman said, " The wild cavalcade that defiled with me down the gorges of the Black Hills, with its paint and war plumes, fluttering trophies and savage embroidery, bows, arrows, lances, and shields, will never...
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American Literature

Julian Willis Abernethy - American literature - 1902 - 510 pages
...red men Parkman is the final historian. Twenty-five years after his thrilling experience he wrote : " The wild cavalcade that defiled with me down the gorges of the Black Hills, with its paint and war plumes, fluttering trophies and savage embroidery, bows, arrows, lances, and shields, will never...
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