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" For this purpose you are to preserve this string, in memory of what your uncles have this day given you in charge. We have some other business to transact with our brethren, and therefore depart the council, and consider what has been said to you. "
Collections of the New York Historical Society - Page 53
1814
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League of the Ho-dé-no-sau-nee Or Iroquois, 1. köide

Lewis Henry Morgan - 1901
...you, nor any who shall descend from you, are ever hereafter to presume to sell any land. For which purpose you are to preserve this string, in memory...what your uncles have this day given you in charge." Colden's Hist. Five Nations, Lond. Ed. 1750, pp. 80-8 1. 33° second time, pounded into fine flour,...
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The History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada which are ..., 2. köide

Cadwallader Colden - 1902
...you, nor any who shall descend from you, are ever hereafter to presume to sell any Land : For which purpose, you are to preserve this String, in Memory...Council, and consider what has been said to you." Canassatego then spoke to the Governor and Council : "BRETHREN, " We called at our old Friend James...
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Bulletin, 78. number

1905
...neither you nor any who shall descend from You, are ever hereafter to presume to sell any Land, for which Purpose you are to Preserve this string in Memory...Council and consider what has been said to you. The Delawares left the council as ordered, and it soon concluded. Weiser conducted the large Iroquois delegation...
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Bulletin of the New York State Museum, 78. number

1905 - 336 lehte
...neither you nor any who shall descend from You, are ever hereafter to presume to sell any Land, for which Purpose you are to Preserve this string in Memory...Council and consider what has been said to you. The Delawares left the council as ordered, and it soon concluded. Weiser conducted the large Iroquois delegation...
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History of Pittsburgh and Environs, 1. köide

George Thornton Fleming - 1922
...you, nor any that shall descend from you, are ever hereafter to presume to sell any lands, for which purpose you are to preserve this string in memory...uncles have this day given you in charge. We have some business to transact with our brethren, and therefore depart the council and consider what has been...
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History of Pittsburgh and Environs: From Prehistoric Days to the ..., 1. köide

George Thornton Fleming - 1922
...preserve this string in memory of what your uncles have this day given you in charge. We have some business to transact with our brethren, and therefore...the council and consider what has been said to you. Mr. Watson's story reads at this point : When this terrible sentence was ended, it is said the unfeeling...
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Collections of the New York Historical Society

New-York Historical Society - 1814
...chief called Cannassaleegoo, after severely reprimanding them, and ordering them to depart from <he land immediately to Wyoming or Shamokin, concluded...Wabash, but afterward, by the mediation of Mr. Penn, at tbe first settlement of Pennsylvania, gave them liberty to settle in the western parts of that province;...
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A History of Wilkes-Barré, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania: From Its ..., 1. köide

Oscar Jewell Harvey - 1909
...Neither you nor any who shall descend from you are ever hereafter to presume to sell any land ; for which purpose you are to preserve this string in memory...business to transact with our brethren, and therefore [you] depart from the council and consider what has been said to you." "There was no diplomatic mincing...
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Proceedings and Addresses, 15. köide

Pennsylvania-German Society - 1906
...are ever after to presume to sell any land, for which purpose you are to preserve this string in your memory of what your uncles have this day given you...Council and consider what has been said to you." The Delawares sullenly withdrew to brood over their insult. CHAPTER III. SHAPING THE DESTINY OF A CONTINENT....
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The Delaware Indians: A History

Clinton Alfred Weslager - 1989 - 546 lehte
...neither you nor any who shall descend from You, are ever hereafter to presume to sell any Land, for which Purpose you are to Preserve this string in Memory of what your Uncles have this Day given you in Charge.21 Canasatego probably exceeded the authority delegated to him by the Six Nations chiefs in...
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