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The Last of the Mohicans : a Tragedy, in Five Acts, Founded on the Novel of That Name By J.F. Cooper

By: Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851. Last of the Mohicans
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History of the Interstate System in Indiana: Volume 3, Part 2 - Chapter VI: Route History : Final Report

By: Ripple, David Alan
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History of the Interstate System in Indiana: Volume 2 - Chapter V: Evolution of Policies and Standards : Final Report

By: Ripple, David Alan
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History of the Interstate System in Indiana: Volume 4 - Chapters VII and VIII: Cost, Funding and General Benefits : Final Report

By: Ripple, David Alan
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History of the Inductives Sciences, from the Earliest to the Present Times, Vol. 1

By: Whewell, William, 1794-1866
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History of the Interstate System in Indiana: Volume 1 - Chapters I-IV: Development of the National Program: Final Report

By: Ripple, David Alan
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History of the Interstate System in Indiana: Volume 3, Part 1 - Chapter VI: Route History : Final Report

By: Ripple, David Alan
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A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages, Vol. 3

By: Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909
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A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages, Vol. 1

By: Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909
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History of the Inductives Sciences, from the Earliest to the Present Times, Vol. 2

By: Whewell, William, 1794-1866
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A narrative of the mission of the United Brethren among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians : from its commencement, in the year 1740, to the close of the year 1808 ; comprising all the remarkable incidents which took place at their missionary stations durin

By: Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743-1823. cn

...T. NARRATIVE OF THE MISSION OF THE UNITED BRETHREN AMONG THE DELAWARE AND MOHEGAN INDIANS, FROM ITSCOMMENCEMENT, INTHE YEAR 1740,TOTHE CLOSE OF THE Y... ...ATIVE OF THE MISSION OF THE UNITED BRETHREN AMONG THE DELAWARE AND MOHEGAN INDIANS, FROM ITSCOMMENCEMENT, INTHE YEAR 1740,TOTHE CLOSE OF THE YEAR 1808... ...ive of the mis.Mon of the United Brethren amonp the Delc- *' * ^' •heg.'.n Indians, from its c .mniciiceincnt, iii the \' ii ** 1" lu«c ot the yeur IH... ...ial *' iK-nod Inn-r-per»ecl with anecdotes, hislonral farts, spctchcs of " Indians, and other interesung matter. By John Hcckcweldcr, who " wa* many y... ...he United Brethren, from the commence- ment of missions among the northern Indians, — bringing to view, the principal difficulties, that the missionar... ...hrown in their svay, while engaged in the laudable work of instructing the Indians in the Christian doctrine—the reaL^ or assigned causes of such acts... ...ake, with a few of dieirmen from Sciota. Several straggling Indians of the Mohegan, and Ottawas tribes, and Klliot with his attendant Michael Herbert,... ...e visited by Indians who were strangers to us ; generally Oela- "wares and Mohegans. One time there arrived up- wards of forty of them in a body, and ... ... in which language he was well versed). Note. This Indian, (Joshua) of the Mohegan tribe, was born in the year 1741 at Wachquetnach, an In- dian villa...

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A Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren Among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians : From Its Commencement, In the Year 1740, To the Close of the Year 1808 : Comprising All the Remarkable Incidents Which Took Place at Their Missionary Stations during That Period : Interspersed with Anecdotes, Historical Facts, Speeches of Indians, And Other Interesting Matter

By: Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743-1823
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History of the Indians of Connecticut from the Earliest Known Period to 1850

By: De Forest, John William, 1826-1906
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A Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren Among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians : From Its Commencement, In the Year 1740, To the Close of the Year 1808; Comprising All the Remarkable Incidents Which Took Place at Their Missionary Stations during That Period; Interspersed with Anecdotes, Historical Facts, Speeches of Indians, And Other Interesting Matter

By: Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743-1823
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The Last of the Mohicans, A Narrative of 1757 : A Narrative of 1757

By: Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851; Darley, Felix Octavius Carr, 1822-1888

...he title of this book has undergone the changes of Mahicanni, Mohi cans, and Mohegans; the latter being the word commonly used by the Whites. When it ... ...that dwelt within the country which is the scene of this story, and that the Indians not only gave different names to their enemies, but fre quently t... ... the natural advantages of the district we have just * As each nation of the Indians had either its language or its dialect, they usually gave differe... ...T OF THE MOHICANS. dowments, disgracefully routed by a handful of French and Indians, and only saved from annihilation by the coolness and spirit of a... ...Island there is a bay called Narraganset, so named after a powerful tribe of Indians, which formerly dwelt on its banks. Accident, or one of those una... ...or of striking a dead body. These practices have nearly disappearedamong the Indians of the Atlan tic States. 34 THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS. his bare a...

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History of the Indians of Connecticut from the Earliest Known Period to 1850 : Copy#1

By: De Forest, John William, 1826-1906; Darley, Felix Octavius Carr, 1822-1888

...e Secretary of State. The Colonial Records, the State Records, the Papers on Indians, on Towns and Lands and on Ecclesiastical Affairs, although they ... ...onnecticut. In ihe Key also; and in Gookin's Historical Col- lections of the Indians ofNew England, likewise preserved in the same repository, may be ... ...For my account of the intercourse, whether peaceable or hostile, between the Indians of Connecticut and the Dutch, I am indebted PREFACE. Vll to O'Ca... ... History of the Colony of New Netherland. For the early dealings between the Indians and the English, the principal and the best authority is the well... ...ions and a Defense of the Colony, referring to the long law suit between the Mohegans and Connecticut, and lately brought from England and deposited i... ...ay. Thus, also, the second Commissioners' Court on the disputed lands of the Mohegans in 1738 was opened, by old style, on the twenty-fourth of May ; ... ...n while he was in England, and found by Miss Sarah L. Huntington in 1830, at Mohegan. Miss Huntington having placed it in the care of Col. John Trumbu... ...s, 57 The Nipmucks, 57 The Pequots, 58 Observations on their numbers, 58 The Mohegans a clan of the Pequots, 59 Pequots descended from the Mohegans of... ...ity between Uncas and Miantinomo, 156 Tripartite treaty between Connecticut, Mohegans and Narragansetts, . . 159 CHAPTER V. From the divisign- of the ...

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Uncas and Miantonomoh; a historical discourse, delivered at Norwich, (Conn.,) on the fourth day of July, 1842, on the occasion of the erection of a monument to the memory of Uncas, the white man's friend, and first chief of the Mohegans

By: Stone, William Leete, 1792-1844
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Uncas and Miantonomoh; a historical discourse, delivered at Norwich, (Conn.,) on the fourth day of July, 1842, on the occasion of the erection of a monument to the memory of Uncas, the white man's friend, and first chief of the Mohegans

By: Stone, William Leete, 1792-1844
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Uncas and Miantonomoh; a Historical Discourse, Delivered at Norwich, (Conn.,) on the Fourth Day of July, 1842, on the Occasion of the Erection of a Monument to the Memory of Uncas, the White Man's Friend, and First Chief of the Mohegans

By: Stone, William L. (William Leete), 1792-1844;

...on the Fourth Day of July, 1842, on the Occasion of the Erection of a Monument to the Memory of Uncas, the White Man's Friend, and First Chief of the Mohegans by Stone, William L. (William Leete), 1792-1844; published by New York, Dayton & Newman...

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Uncas and Miantonomoh; a Historical Discourse, Delivered at Norwich, (Conn.,) on the Fourth Day of July, 1842, on the Occasion of the Erection of a Monument to the Memory of Uncas, the White Man's Friend, and First Chief of the Mohegans

By: Stone, William L. (William Leete), 1792-1844;

...on the Fourth Day of July, 1842, on the Occasion of the Erection of a Monument to the Memory of Uncas, the White Man's Friend, and First Chief of the Mohegans by Stone, William L. (William Leete), 1792-1844; published by New York, Dayton & Newman...

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Uncas and Miantonomoh : A Historical Discourse, Delivered at Norwich, (Conn.,) on the Fourth Day of July, 1842, On the Occasion of the Erection of a Monument to the Memory of Uncas, The White Man's Friend, And First Chief of the Mohegans /By William L. Stone

By: Stone, William Leete, 1792-1844

...UMENT TO THE MEMORY OF UNCAS, THE WHITE MAN'S FRIEND, AND FIRST CHIEF OF THE MOHEGANS. >* BY WILLIAM L. STONE, Author ofthe " Life of Brant," " Life a... ...tory in- forms us, was the bold and warlike chief of a powerful community of Indians, occupying a large portion of the territory now forming the State... ...ave been reposing in what has been called " the royal burying-ground" of the Mohegans, situated upon the western margin of the plain upon which stands... ...rying-ground, which was appropriated exclusively. to the Uncas family by the Indians, and retained for that purpose in subse- quent sales of their ter... ...t, and a deep ravine descending to the river discloses the path by which the Mohegans, after paddling their canoes across the bright waters of the bay... ...nknown among them until the previous year. So great had been the loss of the Indians by the pestilence, that not one in ten of their number had surviv... ... of divine ven- geance upon the heathen ; and connecting it * Hubbard. " The Indians in these parts had newly, even about a year before, been visited ... ...e Island and Connecticut ;* and the Pokanokets, Nar- ragansetts, Pequods and Mohegans were yet powerful in comparison with the strength of the colonis... ... 26 LIFE OF UNCAS. that side and the Connecticut river, were the Pequods and Mohegans. These tribes have generally been considered by historians, thou...

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Uncas and Miantonomoh : A Historical Discourse, Delivered at Norwich, (Conn.,) on the Fourth Day of July, 1842, On the Occasion of the Erection of a Monument to the Memory of Uncas, The White Man's Friend, And First Chief of the Mohegans /By William L. Stone

By: Stone, William Leete, 1792-1844

...UMENT TO THE MEMORY OF UNCAS, THE WHITE MAN S FRIEND, AND FIRST CHIEF OF THE MOHEGANS. BY WILLIAM L. STONE, Author ofthe " Life of Brant," &... ...story in forms us, was the bold and warlike chief of a powerful community of Indians, occupying a large portion of the territory now forming the State... ...eposing in what has been called " the royal burying-ground" of the Mohegans, situated upon the western margin of the plain upon which stands... ...urying-ground, which was appropriated exclusively to the Uncas family by the Indians, and retained for that purpose in subse quent sales of their terr... ...t, and a deep ravine descending to the river discloses the path by which the Mohegans, after paddling their canoes across the bright waters of the bay... ...nknown among them until the previous year. So great had been the loss of the Indians by the pestilence, that not one in ten of their number had surviv... ...divine ven geance upon the heathen ; and connecting it * Hubbard. " The Indians in these parts had newly, even about a year before, been visited ... ...e Island and Connecticut ;* and the Pokanokets, Nar- ragansetts, Pequods and Mohegans were yet powerful in comparison with the strength of the colonis... ... 26 LIFE OF UNCAS. that side and the Connecticut river, were the Pequods and Mohegans. These tribes have generally been considered by historians, thou...

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