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Teokset Teokset 1 - 7 / 7 haulle I had no sooner beheld these Americans, than I set them down for the same kind of....
" I had no sooner beheld these Americans, than I set them down for the same kind of people, that inhabit the opposite side of the continent. They are rather above the middle stature, copper-colored, and of an athletic make. They have long black hair, which... "
The Life of John Ledyard, the American Traveller: Comprising Selections from ... - Sivu 67
tekijä(t) Jared Sparks - 1829 - 310 sivua
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American Antiquities and Researches Into the Origin and History of the Red Race

Alexander Warfield Bradford - 1841 - 435 sivua
...had no sooner beheld these Americans," observes the enterprising Ledyard of the natives of Nootka, "than I set them down for the same kind of people,...copper-colored, and of an athletic make; they have long black hair."f " I have been forcibly struck," says Mr. Flint, " with the general resemblance in the countenance,...

The Library of American Biography, Nide 14

Jared Sparks - 1847
...Islands, on the Northwest Coast of America, in Kamtschatka, Siberia, or Egypt, remarks of this kind escape him continually. He seems to have had in his...a club on the top of the head ; they fill it, when dressed, with oil, paint, and the down of birds. They also paint their faces with red, blue, and white...

The Library of American Biography

Jared Sparks - 1851
...description of the people of Nootka is here inserted. "I had no sooner beheld these Americans, 'hau I set them down for the same kind of people, that...athletic make They have long black hair, which they gen erally wear in a club on the top of the head they fill it, when dressed, with oil, paint, and the...

The Course of Empire

Bernard De Voto - 1998 - 647 sivua
...a Western Sea, and this idea seems to have flourished widely at mid-century. 9. John Ledyard wrote, "I had no sooner beheld these Americans than I set...that inhabit the opposite side of the continent." In her Passage to Glory Helen Augur comments with admiration on his recognition. By 1778 what other...
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American Traveler: The Life and Adventures of John Ledyard, the Man Who ...

James Zug - 2009 - 384 sivua
...happy." Ledyard immediately found that the Mowachaht reminded him of his Indian classmates at Dartmouth. "I had no sooner beheld these Americans than I set...that inhabit the opposite side of the continent." Even more interesting was their possession of trade goods from the east coast. He noted that their...
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The Enlightenment and Captain James Cook: The Lono-Cook-Kirk-Regenesis

Janet Susan Holman - 2008 - 218 sivua
...and entertained. Corporal Ledyard spoke out directly to the men, saying loudly, "Mr. Cook, gentlemen, I set them down for the same kind of people that inhabit the opposite side of this continent." The ship's crewmen laughed and then commenced to trade priceless furs, beaver, bear,...
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The Enlightenment and Captain James Cook: The Lono-Cook-Kirk-Regenesis

Janet Susan Holman - 2008 - 218 sivua
...and entertained. Corporal Ledyard spoke out directly to the men, saying loudly, "Mr. Cook, gentlemen, I set them down for the same kind of people that inhabit the opposite side of this continent." The ship's crewmen laughed and then commenced to trade priceless furs, beaver, bear,...
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