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" My canoe to bind together, So to bind the ends together That the water may not enter, That the river may not wet me!" And the Larch, with all its fibres, Shivered in the air of morning, Touched his forehead with its tassels, Said, with one long sigh of... "
The song of Hiawatha - Page 93
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1855
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Standard classic reader: book- for the -grade, Book 2

Readers - 1912
...make more steady, Make more strong and firm beneath me!" Through the summit of the Cedar 123 45 50 Went a sound, a cry of horror, Went a murmur of resistance;...closely to the framework. " Give me of your balm, O Fir-Tree! Of your balsam and your resin, So to close the seams together That the water may not enter,...
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Standard Classic Reader. Book Two for Sixth Grade, Volume 2

1912
...Said with one long sigh of sorrow, "Take them all, O Hiawatha!" From the earth he tore the fibres, 60 Tore the tough roots of the Larch-Tree, Closely sewed...closely to the framework. " Give me of your balm, O Fir-Tree ! Of your balsam and your resin, 65 So to close the seams together That the water may not...
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A Fourth Reader

Hannah Theresa McManus, John Henry Haaren - Readers - 1917 - 320 pages
...Larch-tree ! My canoe to bind together, So to bind the ends together That the water may not enter, 74 That the river may not wet me!" And the Larch, with...closely to the frame-work. ' ' Give me of your balm, O Fir-tree ! Of your balsam and your resin, So to close the seams together That the water may not enter,...
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Reading-literature: Fourth Reader

Readers - 1918 - 352 pages
...his forehead with its tassels, Said, with one long sigh of sorrow, "Take them all, O Hiawatha!" Prom the earth he tore the fibres, Tore the tough roots...closely to the framework. "Give me of your balm, O Fir-Tree! Of your balsam and your resin, So to close the seams together That the water may not enter,...
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History Reader

Lucy Langdon Williams Wilson - 1918
...forehead with its tassels, ,, Said, with one long sigh of of sorrow, "Take them all, O Hiawatha." " Give me of your balm, O Fir. Tree! Of your balsam...close the seams together, That the water may not enter And the river may not enter." And the Fir Tree, tall and sombre, Answered wailing, answered weep" Take...
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Reading-literature, Book 4

Thomas Henry Briggs, Henry William Shryock - 1918
...them all, O Hiawatha!" From the earth he tore the fibres, Tore the tough roots of the Larch-Tree 5 Closely sewed the bark together, Bound it closely to the framework. "Give me of your balm, 0 Fir-Tree! Of your balsam and your resin, So to close the seams together That the water may not enter,...
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The Winston Readers, Volume 2

Sidney Grant Firman, Ethel Maltby Gehres, Ethel H. Maltby - Readers - 1918
...may not wet me!" 162 163 From the earth he tore the fibers, Tore the tough roots of the Larch Tree, Closely sewed the bark together, Bound it closely to the framework. "Give me of your balm, 0 Fir Tree! Of your balsam and your resin, So to close the seams together, That the water may not enter,...
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Hesperia: An American National Poem. I-XII

Harry Lyman Koopman - 1919
...straightway to a framework, Like two bows he formed and shaped them, Like two bended bows together. And the Larch, with all its fibres, Shivered in the...the framework. " Give me of your balm, O Fir- Tree I Of your balsam and your resin, So to close the seams together That the water may not enter, That...
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CENTURY READINGS FOR A COURSE IN AMERICAN LITERATURE

FRED LEWIS PATTEE - 1919
...all, О Hiawatha ! ' From the earth he tore the fibers, Tore the tough roots of the Larch-Tree, 6o ll and saint-like, Looking downward from the О Fir-Tree! Of your balsam and your resin, So to close the seams together 65 That the water may not...
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The Elson Readers: Book Six

William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck - Readers - 1920 - 448 pages
...Closely sewed the bark together, 25 Bound it closely to the framework. "Give me of your balm, 0 Fir-Tree! Of your balsam and your resin, So to close the seams together That the water may not enter, 30 That the river may not wet me!" Answered wailing, answered weeping, "Take my balm, 0 Hiawatha!"...
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