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" Confirmation of this we have from the Hatteras Indians, who either then lived on Ronoack-Island or much frequented it. These tell us that several of their Ancestors were white People and could talk in a Book as we do; the Truth of which is confirmed by... "
A new collection of voyages and travels [ed. by J. Stevens]. 2 vols. [in 7 ... - Sivu 264
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History of North Carolina: with Maps and Illustrations, Nide 1

Francis Lister Hawks - 1857
...lived on Roanoke Island or much frequented it, tell us," (says he) " that several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book, as we do ; the truth of which is confirmed by gray eyes being found frequently amongst those Indians, and no others. They value themselves...

The History of Carolina, Containing the Exact Description and Natural ...

John Lawson - 1860 - 390 sivua
...either then lived on Ronoack island or much frequented it. These tell us that several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book as we do ; the truth of which is confirmed by .gray eyes being found frequently amongst these Indiaas and no others. They value themselves...

A Grammar School History of the United States: To which are Added the ...

John Jacob Anderson - 1876 - 296 sivua
...lived on Roauoke island, or much frequented it, tell us,' says he, 'that several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book, as we do. The truth of this is confirmed by gray eyes being found frequently amongst those Indiana, a circumstance which does...

Historical Addresses

James Phinney Baxter - 1877
...quoted, who was well acquainted with them, tells us that they claimed that " several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book as we do, — the truth of which is lish words among them. We have spoken of Henry Berry and James Lowrie, to whom a grant of land was...

The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Nide 25

John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Henry Phelps Johnston, Martha Joanna Lamb, Nathan Gillett Pond - 1891
...Indians who lived on Roanoke island, or much frequented it, tell us that several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book as we do ; the truth of which, is confirmed by gray eyes being frequently found amongst these Indians, and no others. They value themselves...

Sir Walter Ralegh and His Colony in America: Including the Charter of Queen ...

Increase Niles Tarbox - 1884 - 329 sivua
...fays : 'The Hatteras Indians who lived on Roanoke Ifland or much frequented it, tell us, that feveral of their anceftors were white people and could talk in a book as we do. They value themfelves extremely for their affinity to the Englifh, and are ready to do them all friendly...

Sir Walter Raleigh's Lost Colony: An Historical Sketch of the ..., Nide 210

Hamilton McMillan - 1888 - 29 sivua
...Indians who lived on Roanoke Island, or much frequented it, tell us that several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book, as we do ; the truth of which is confirmed by gray eyes being frequently found amongst these Indians, and no others, They value themselves...

Papers of the American Historical Association, Nide 5

American Historical Association - 1891
...Indians, who lived on Ronoack island, or much frequented it. These tell us that several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book as we do ; the truth of which is confirmed by gray eyes being frequently found amongst these Indians and no others. 1 Hawks, " History...

Southern Literature from 1579 - 1895: A Comprehensive Review, with Copions ...

Louise Manly - 1895 - 540 sivua
...lived on Roanoke Islander much frequented it, tell us," (says he) "that several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book, as we do; the truth of which is confirmed by gray eyes being found frequently amongst these Indians and no others." GEORGE DENISON...

The New England Magazine, Nide 11;Nide 17

1895
...quoted, who was well acquainted with them, tells us that they claimed that " several of their ancestors were white people and could talk in a book as we do, — the truth of which is confirmed by gray eyes being frequently found amongst these Indians and no others. They value themselves...




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