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" No distant solitude, no rugged fastness, was too obscure or difficult to escape their visitation ; no enterprise was too perilous, no fatigue too great, for their courage and endurance. "
Indians : the Six Nations of New York: Cayugas, Mohawks (Saint Regis ... - Halaman 20
oleh Thomas Donaldson - 1892 - 89 halaman
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Transactions of the Oneida Historical Society at Utica, Volume 6-10

Oneida Historical Society at Utica - 1894
...Indians of New England. No distant solitude or rugged fastness was too obscure or too difficult of access to escape their visitation ; no enterprise was too...of their achievements resounded over the continent. Up to the year 1700 the Iroquois were involved in an almost uninterrupted warfare, and at the end of...
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Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

1894
...Huron, Erie and Ontario, land extending nearly to Montreal.' " No distant solitude," says Morgan, " or rugged fastness was too obscure or difficult to escape...fatigue too great for their courage and endurance.'" The Iroquois claimed by right of conquest the territory reaching from Lake Superior to the Tennessee river...
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