History of Brulé's Discoveries and Explorations, 1610-1626: Being a Narrative of the Discovery, by Stephen Brulé of Lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior; and of His Exploration (the First Made by Civilized Man) of Pennsylvania and Western New York, Also of the Province of Ontario, Canada. With a Biographical Notice of the Discoverer and Explorer, who was Killed and Eaten by Savages ...
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