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" Afterwards they (as many as were able) began to plant ther corne, in which servise Squanto stood them in great stead, showing them both ye maner how to set it, and after how to dress & tend it. Also he tould them excepte they gott fish & set with it (in... "
Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants - Page 14
by Arthur Caswell Parker - 1910 - 119 pages
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Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1898 - 555 pages
...weake, ye mr. durst not put to sea, till he saw his men begine to recover, and ye hart of winter over. Afterwards they (as many as were able) began to plant ther corne, in whioh servise Squanto stood them in great stead, showing them both ye maner how to set it, and after...
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Home Life in Colonial Days

Alice Morse Earle - East (U.S.) - 1898 - 470 pages
...plant their corne, in which service Squanto stood them in great stead, showing them both ye manner how to set it, and after, how to dress and tend it." From this planting sprang not only the most useful food, but the first and most pregnant industry of...
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Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1899 - 555 pages
...y e m r . durst not put to sea, till he saw his men begine to recover, and ye hart of winter over. Afterwards they (as many as were able) began to plant...both ye maner how to set it, and after how to dress & tend it. Also he ton Id them excepte they gott fish & set with it (in these old grounds) it would...
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Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture

Agriculture - 1900
...eonie, in which service Squanto [an Indian] stood them in great stead, showing them both je manner how to set it, and after how to dress and tend it. Also he tould them, axccpte they got fish and set with it [in these old grounds], it would come to...
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Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation."

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1901 - 555 pages
...recover, and ye hart of winter over. Afterwards they (as many as were able) began to plant ther come, in which servise Squanto stood them in great stead,...both ye maner how to set it, and after how to dress & tend it. Also he tould them excepte they gott fish & set with it (in these old grounds) it would...
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Markland Or Nova Scotia: Its History, Natural Resources and Native Beauties

Robert Randall McLeod - Nova Scotia - 1903 - 603 pages
...participant, writes: "Afterward they, as many as were able, began to plant their corne, in which service Squanto stood them in great stead, showing them both...how to set it and after how to dress and tend it." This early example in tilling the soil was characteristic of the people, and the beginning of their...
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Farmer's bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture). [no ..., Issues 295-330

1907
...their Indian neighbors, and in t'; following spring learned from a friendly red man "bothe ye manr.> how to set it and after how to dress and tend it." For a time it the principal breadstuff in the American colonies. Little by litt! however, as wheat...
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Bulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia, Volume 4

Geographical Society of Philadelphia - Geography - 1907
...New England, and in 1621, after the first hard winter was over, Squanto showed them both "ye manner how to set it," and after how to dress and tend it. Quaint old Gabriel Thomas, writing about 1696, tells us that "they live chiefly on maze or Indian corn,...
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Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646, Volume 6

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1908 - 435 pages
...recover, and the hart of winter over. (Afterwards they (as many as were able) began to plant ther corhe, in which servise Squanto stood them in great stead, showing them both the maner how to set it, and after how to dress and tend it. Also he tould them excepte they gott fish...
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Farmers' Bulletin, Issues 276-300

Agriculture - 1908
...their Indian neighbors, and in the following spring learned from a friendly red man "bothe ye manner how to set it and after how to dress and tend it." For a time it was the principal breadstuff in the American colonies. Little by little, however, as...
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