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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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Farmers' Bulletins

US. Department of 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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Maternal ancestry of Charles Whiting MacNair

Hannah Louise MacNair Crawford - 1912 - 82 pages
...plant their corne, in which service Squanto stood them in good 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 most pregnant industry of the colonists."...
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History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, Volume 1

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1912
...basis made the task of governing comparatively simple. It was still the community of the "compact." Afterwards they (as many as were able) began to plant ther corne, 1 in which servise Squanto stood them in great stead, showing them both the maner how to set it, and...
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The Lure of the Land: Farming After Fifty

Harvey Washington Wiley - Farm life - 1912 - 366 pages
...corne, in which service Squanto (an Indian) stood them in great stead, showing them both ye manner how to set it, and after how to dress and tend it. Also he tould them, axcepte they got fish and set with it (in these old grounds) it would come to nothing;...
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History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, Volume 1

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1912
...of May. Generall Historie, 230. Afterwards they (as many as were able) began to plant ther corne,1 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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Food and Flavor: A Gastronomic Guide to Health and Good Living

Henry Theophilus Finck - Digestion - 1913 - 594 pages
...Plymouth bought "eight hogsheads of corne and beanes" from the Indians, who taught them "bothe ye manner how to set it and after how to dress and tend it." Yet the most imaginative Indian could never have dreamt of how amazingly their successors on the soil...
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A History of Connecticut: Its People and Institutions

George Larkin Clark - Connecticut - 1914 - 609 pages
..."They began to plant their corne, in which service Squanto stood them in great stead, showing ye manner how to set it and after how to dress and tend it. And he tould them, excepte they got fish and set with it (in these old grounds) it would come to nothing."...
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A Handbook of New England

Automobile travel - 1916 - 927 pages
...SLAVERY to plant their corne, in which service Squanto stood them in great stead, showing ye manner how to set it and after how to dress and tend it. And he tould them, excepte they got fish and set with it (in these old grounds) it would come to nothing."...
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Lectures on the Growth and Development of the United States ..., Volume 1

Edwin Wiley, Irving Everett Rines, Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1916
...plant their corne, in which service Squanto (an Indian) stood them in great stead, showing ye manner how to set it and after how to dress and tend it. And he tould them, -excepte they got fish and set with it (in these old grounds) it would come to nothing;...
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Economic Development of the United States

Isaac Lippincott - Industries - 1921 - 691 pages
...first instruction in the cultivation of maize from a friendly Indian. Said Governor Bradford: "They began to plant ther corne, in which servise Squanto stood them in good stead, showing them both ye manner how to set it, and after how to dress & tend it." In Virginia,...
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