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" Indians, into the defile of an unknown mountain — attack them on sight, without counting numbers — and defeat them in an instant — and for what? To punish the robbers of the desert, and to avenge the wrongs of Mexicans whom they did not know. I... "
Narrative of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year ... - Page 247
by John Charles Frémont - 1845 - 278 pages
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Prairie and Rocky Mountain Adventures: Or, Life in the West

Mississippi River Valley - 1870 - 775 pages
...and Godey who did. this — the former an American, born in the Boon's Lick county, of Mis souri ; the latter a Frenchman, born in St. Louis ; and both trained to western enterprise from early life." Under date of April 29th the same writer adds : " To-day we had to reach the Archilette, distant seven...
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Kit Carson's Life and Adventures: From Facts Narrated by Himself, Embracing ...

De Witt Clinton Peters - Frontier and pioneer life - 1873 - 604 pages
...Godey who did this — the former an American, born in Kentucky; the latter a Frenchman by descent, born in St. Louis ; and both trained to western enterprise from early life." The stolen property was restored to the Mexicans without one cent being demanded or received by either...
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Pioneer Life and Frontier Adventures: An Authentic Record of the Romantic ...

De Witt Clinton Peters - Adventure and adventurers - 1881 - 567 pages
...Godey who did this — the former an American, born in Kentucky; the latter a Frenchman by descent, born in St. Louis ; and both trained to western enterprise from early life." The stolen property was restored to the Mexicans without one cent being demanded or received by either...
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The Daring Adventures of Kit Carson and Fremont, Among Buffaloes, Grizzlies ...

John Charles Frémont - America - 1885 - 493 pages
...of the desert, and to avenge the wrongs of Mexicans whom they did not know. I repeat : it was Ca;son and Godey who did this — the former an American,...information of Fuentes, we had now to make a long stretch of 40 or 50 miles across a plain which lay between us and the next possible camp ; and we resumed our...
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The Daring Adventures of Kit Carson and Fremont Among Buffaloes, Grizzlies ...

1885
...Ca.son and Godey who did this — the former an American, born in the Boonslick county of Missouri j the latter a Frenchman, born in St. Louis, — and...information of Fuentes, we had now to make a long stretch of 40 or 50 miles across a plain which lay between ui and the next possible camp j and we resumed our...
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The Daring Adventures of Kit Carson and Fremont: Among Buffaloes, Grizzlies ...

Discoveries in geography - 1888 - 493 pages
...American, born in the Boonslick county of Missouri; the latter a Frenchman, born in St. Louis—and both trained to western enterprise from early life....information of Fuentes, we had now to make a long stretch of 40 or 50 miles across a plain which lay between us and the next possible camp ; and we resumed our...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature: A Biographical and ..., Volume 10

John Clark Ridpath - Literature - 1899
...I repeat : It was Carson and Godey who did this : the former an American, born in Boonslick County, Missouri, the latter a Frenchman, born in St. Louis,...both trained to Western enterprise from early life — Memoirs, Chap. X. This second exploring expedition started from "the little town of Kansas, near...
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The Lewis & Clark Exploring Expedition: 1804-'06

Graeme Mercer Adam, John Charles Frémont, Charles Wentworth Upham - Lewis and Clark Expedition - 1904 - 365 pages
...Godey who did this — the former an American, born in Kentucky; the latter a Frenchman by descent, born in St. Louis ; and both trained to western enterprise from early life." The foregoing passage presents a horrid spectacle of the barbarities incident to a wilderness life....
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Makers of American History: The Lewis & Clark Exploring Expedition, 1804-,06

Graeme Mercer Adam, Charles Wentworth Upham - Lewis and Clark Expedition - 1905 - 361 pages
...Godey who did this — the former an American, born in Kentucky; the latter a Frenchman by descent, born in St. Louis ; and both trained to western enterprise from early life." The foregoing passage presents a horrid spectacle of the barbarities incident to a wilderness life....
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Trails of the Pathfinders

George Bird Grinnell - Pioneers - 1911 - 460 pages
...the wrongs of Mexicans whom they did not know. I repeat, it was Carson and Godey who did this—the former an American, born in the Boonslick county of...both trained to western enterprise from early life." A little later the party came to the place where the Mexicans had been attacked. There were found the...
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