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" ... of nourishing them. And we often see many who endeavor to find nurses, or who themselves strangle their infants, so that they shall not lose the right of sacrificing themselves in the public place, according to the ordinary ceremonies, and as the... "
The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the ... - Page 133
by Jesuits - 1900
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The Southern Review, Volume 2

1828
...however, seek nurses for their children, or they themselves strangle their infants, that they may riot lose the right of sacrificing themselves in the public...according to the ordinary ceremonies, and as the law ordains. * • " Formerly the nation of the Natchez was very considerable — it counted sixty...
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The Early Jesuit Missions in North America, Volumes 1-2

William Ingraham Kip - Indians of North America - 1846 - 321 pages
...brothers and sisters of the great Chief. The women are always strangled to follow the latter, except they have infants at the breast, in which case they...it is not, however, the son of the reigning chief that succeeds his father, but the son of his sister, or the first princess of the blood. This policy...
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The Early Jesuit Missions in North America, Volume 1

William Ingraham Kip - Indians of North America - 1846 - 135 pages
...brothers and sisters of the great Chief. The women are always strangled to follow the latter, except they have infants at the breast, in which case they...government is hereditary ; it is not, however, the son of he reigning chief that succeeds his father, but the son of his sister, or the first princess of the...
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The Early Jesuit Missions in North America, Volumes 1-2

William Ingraham Kip - Indians of North America - 1846 - 321 pages
...brothers and sisters of the great Chief. The women are always strangled to follow the latter, except they have infants at the breast, in which case they...the ordinary ceremonies, and as the law prescribes. 1> This government is hereditary ; it is not, however, the son of the reigning chief that succeeds...
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The Works of the Right Rev. John England, First Bishop of Charleston, Volume 4

John England - 1849
...nurses for their children, or they themselves strangle their infants, that they may not lose the rignt of sacrificing themselves in the public place, according to the ordinary ceremonies, and as the law ordains. 4L * * * * * " Formerly the nation of the Natchez was •very considerable — it counted...
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The Early Jesuit Missions in North America

Indians of North America - 1873 - 325 pages
...latter, except they have. infants at the breast, in which case they continue to live, for the purp&se of nourishing them. And we often see many who endeavor...it is not, however, the son of the reigning chief that succeeds his father, but the son of his sister, or the first princess of the blood. This policy...
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Bulletin, Issue 43

America - 1911
...the latter, except when they have infants at the breast, in which case they continue to live. .\nd we often see many who endeavor to find nurses, or...the right of sacrificing themselves in the public square, according to the ordinary ceremonies, and as the law prescribes." These tombs [referring to...
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The Works of the Right Reverend John England: First Bishop of ..., Volume 5

John England, Sebastian Gebhard Messmer - 1908
...Many, however, seek nurses for their children, or they themselves strangle their infants, that they may not lose the right of sacrificing themselves in the...according to the ordinary ceremonies, and as the law ordains. "Formerly the nation of the Natchez was very considerable — it counted sixty villages, and...
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Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Adjacent Coast ..., Issue 43

John Reed Swanton - Indians of North America - 1911 - 387 pages
...follow the latter, except when they have infants at the breast, in which ease they continue to live. And we often see many who endeavor to find nurses,...the right of sacrificing themselves in the public square, according to the ordinary ceremonies, and as the law prescribes." These tombs [referring to...
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