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Text:"...106 BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. It came first to the young Tuscarora. He dashed in, and received the knife of his adversary in the breast. Reeling back from the blow, dizzy and faint, knowing that he had..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...40 BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. Didnt you hear me say I never hurried? I dont. For instance, I mean to stay by this fire I have built, and the deer which nearly killed me, and cook and eat a goodly portion..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of the Tuscaroras. He gave him good time. There was nothing to keep him, and if he had listened to the words of the good and wise BigFoot, he would be to-night in the white mens Adllage by the Roanoke. But he..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...02 BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. the village, both stopped, with one accord, on hearing a clear female voice singing a lively air. The face of the young man flushed quickly, and then became white as marble..."
Date:1866
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Text:"...84 BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. And you, Sethi Never mind me. Go under the awning. I have my duty to perform. But you will be careful 1 Of course. Go in, and God bless you. CHAPTER IX. UP THE RIVER..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. Van Twiller, the Governor of New Netherlands, -who, according to the veracious statement of Diedrich Knickerbocker, was five feet six inches high, and six feet five inches..."
Date:1866
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Text:"...^^BIGFOOT WALLACE 241 were fifty miles from the scene of their battle. A short halt was made and the horses were fed. The men slept two hours, and, early in the morning, left the main road so..."
Date:1913
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...BIGFOOT WALLACE 231 The chief man of a Mexican town is called an alcade, and, on the following morning, the Americans marched into the town and told the alcade that he must furnish them..."
Date:1913
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Text:"...OO BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. was full of the stolid anger which is a characteristic of his race. His small eyes glowed under his heavy brows. What do you mean to do ? he demanded. How? What will you..."
Date:1866
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Text:"...Il- BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. mv eyes, a living skeleton. You should eat something. You should get some flesh on your bones.; you should indeed. Look out for that venison. I will. If it burns before I..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... . . 167 Jim Bridger 200 BigFoot Wallace 225 Uncle Bill Hamilton 279 An Indian Buffalo Hunt 283 A Comanche Warrior 330 ** Lured to their end by the low, soothing cry . . 354..."
Date:1913
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... in a miserable dungeon. Many went insane and died. Twenty-four succeeded in digging their way out, underneath the wall. Four scaled over the high enclosure and made their way back to Texas in safety. BigFoot..."
Date:1913
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Text:"...91 BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. Is she well V Well in body, but distressed in mind. She is sad on your account. God bless her. Now listen. If you get back to her, tell herHe was interrupted by a cry from..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...EARLY RECOLLECTIONS OF LAKE GENEVA (BIGFOOT LAKE), WISCONSIN By Geoege Manierre 1 My grandfather, William Reid, came to Chicago in 1840. At that time, although a mere village of 4,479 inhabitants..."
Date:1917
Place:Wisconsin, USA
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Text:"...24 EIG FOOT, THE CUIDE. man who held a hatchet over my head, when I was weak and could not lift an arm. Shall I leave his son V No, replied Moneto. The words of BigFoot are good. The chief is very..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Foot, 10 an Indian chief after whom BigFoot Prairie was named. The wood of the softer trees near the farm was used by the Reid family for the rails from which snake fences were made. I remember my..."
Date:1917
Place:Wisconsin, USA
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Text:"...*^BIGFOOT WALLACE 251 was some rank, coarse grass. Westfall and the boy halted in this. Suddenly, as he peered beneath some bushes, Westfall saw an Indian coming towards the pool of water. He..."
Date:1913
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...30 BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. one of the pieces, he thrust through it a sharp stick, dipped the whole in the salt spring which flowed at their feet, and* held it over the flame. Jared, while following his..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...31 BIGFOOT, THE GUIDE. Law son. His finely-cut face worked strangely as he turned to leave. Ask Mm to stay a moment, said Lawson, turning to the guide. De Graffenried, this way for a moment..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...THE SURVEYORS FATE SEALED. 101 upou the pledge upon the arm of BigFoot. Do you not respect it 1 Is he not welcome to our village 1 He is welcome, replied the chiefs, with one voice. Shall he have..."
Date:1866
Publication place:London, England