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" Between the yard-door of my own house, and that of M. Langlade, my next neighbour, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed, At my entrance, I found the whole family at the windows, gazing at the scene of blood before them. "
Travels and Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories, Between the ... - Page 79
by Alexander Henry - 1809 - 330 pages
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Indian Captivities, Being a Collection of the Most Remarkable Narratives of ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indian captivities - 1839 - 382 pages
...neither opposing the Indians nor suffering injury; and from this circumstance I conceived a hope of finding security in their houses. Between the yard-door of my own house and that of M. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed. At my entrance I found the whole...
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Tragedies of the Wilderness: Or, True and Authentic Narratives of Captives ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indian captivities - 1841 - 374 pages
...neither opposing the Indians nor suffering injury; and from this circumstance I conceived a hope of finding security in their houses. Between the yard-door of my own house and that of M. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed. At my entrance I found the whole...
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The American Indians: Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Indian captivities - 1851 - 536 pages
...security in their houses. Between the yard door of my own house and that of M. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed....them. I addressed myself immediately to M. Langlade, bowing that he would put me into some place of safety, until the heat of the alFair should be over;...
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Indian Wars of the United States: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time

John Frost - Indian captivities - 1852 - 708 pages
...neither opposing the Indians nor suffering injury; and from this circumstance I conceived a hope of finding security in their houses. Between the yard-door of my own house and that of M. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed^. At my entrance I found the whole...
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Western Scenes and Reminiscences: Together with Thrilling Legends and ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Indian captivities - 1853 - 534 pages
...security in their houses. Between the yard door of my own house and that of M. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed....found 'the whole family at the windows, gazing at the scone of blood before them. I addressed myself immediately to M. Langlade, begging that he would put...
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Indian Captivities; Or, Life in the Wigwam: Being True Narratives of ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indian captivities - 1853 - 394 pages
...neither opposing the Indians nor suffering injury; and from this circumstance I conceived a hope of finding security in their houses. Between the yard-door of my own house #nd that of M. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed....
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Indian Captivities Or Life in the Wigwam

1857 - 414 pages
...neither opposing the Indians nor suffering injury; and from this circumstance I conceived a hope of finding security in their houses. Between the yard-door of my own house and that of M. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed. At my entrance I found the whole...
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Old and New Mackinac: With Copious Extracts from Marquette, Hennepin, La ...

James Alvin Van Fleet - Mackinac - 1870 - 190 pages
...neither opposing the Indians nor suffering injury: and, from this circumstance, I conceived a hope of finding security in their houses. " Between the yard-door of my own house and that of M. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed. At my entrance I found the whole...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Indians of North America - 1873 - 756 pages
...Langlade, his next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which he easily climbed. On entering, he found the whole family at the windows, gazing at the scene of blood before them. He addressed himself immediately to^M. Langlade, begging that he would put him into some place of safety...
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History of the Border Wars of Two Centuries: Embracing a Narrative of the ...

Charles Richard Tuttle - Indians of North America - 1874 - 638 pages
...in their houses. Between the yard door of my own house, and that of Mr. Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed....blood before them. I addressed myself immediately to Mr. Langlade, begging tbat be would put me into some place of safety until tbe beat of tbe affair should...
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