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" This man was standing, perfectly naked, with his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which nevertheless passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him, he... "
The History of North America - Page 417
edited by - 1903
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Historical Collections of Louisiana: Embracing Translations of Many ..., Part 2

Benjamin Franklin French - 1850
...this word is so common among them, I shall make use of it in future, when I want to speak of pipes. At the door of the cabin in which we were to be received,...who kept a profound silence. We only occasionally hoard these words in a low voice, " These are our brothers who have come to see us." As soon as we...
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Discovery and exploration of the Mississippi Valley

John Gilmary Shea - 1852
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which nevertheless passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him, he paid us this compliment : " How beautiful is the sun, O Frenchman, when thou comest to visit...
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The Metropolitan: A Monthly Magazine, Devoted to Religion ..., Volume 1

1853
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which nevertheless passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him he paid us this compliment : ' How beautiful is the sun, O Frenchman, when thou comest to visit...
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Historic Notes on the Northwest

Hiram Williams Beckwith - 1879 - 304 pages
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which, nevertheless, passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him he paid us this compliment: 'How beautiful is the sun, O Frenclnnan, when thou comest to visit...
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History of Montgomery County, Together with Historic Notes on the Wabash ...

Hiram Williams Beckwith - 1881 - 871 pages
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which, nevertheless, passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him he paid ue this compliment :„ ' How beautiful is the sun, O Frenchman, when them comest to visit...
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Historical Collections, Volume 21

1894
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which nevertheless passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him, he paid us this compliment: "How beautiful is the sun, O Frenchman, when thou comest to visit...
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Documents, Papers, Materials and Publications Relating to the Northwest and ...

Hiram Williams Beckwith - 1903 - 642 pages
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which nevertheless passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him, he paid us this compliment: "How beautiful is the sun, 0 Frenchman, when thou comest to visit...
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Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library, Volume 1

Hiram Williams Beckwith - 1903
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which nevertheless passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him, he paid us this compliment: "How beautiful is the sun, O Frenchman, when thou comest to visit...
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Standard Catholic Readers: First-[fifth] reader, Book 4

Mary E. Doyle - 1909
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which nevertheless passed through his fingers to his face. When we came near him, he addressed this compliment to us: ' How beautiful is the sun, 0 Frenchman, when thou comest...
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Decisive Dates in Illinois History: A Story of the State, Told in a Record ...

Lottie E. Jones - 1909 - 276 pages
...his hands stretched out and raised toward the sun, as if he wished to screen himself from its rays, which, nevertheless, passed through his fingers to his face. "When we came near him, he paid us this compliment: 'How beautiful is the sun, O Frenchman, when thou comest to visit...
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