2 edition of Early times on the Susquehanna found in the catalog.
|Statement||Malette & Reid, Printers|
|Publishers||Malette & Reid, Printers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Whenever he heard of land to be disposed of, he would secure it if possible. Among the numerous marriages he was called to perform, was that of old Mrs. They were settled about the same time, principally by Wyoming people, whose sympathies were strong and lasting.
The word sharply qualifies the kind of water composing the stream.
The manner of wearing the hair is clearly intended to describe just what Smith saw Early times on the Susquehanna next year, and has so well pictured in his map. This may indicate that Quadroque was about Middletown, Tesinigh about Lebanon, and Utchowig about opposite Harrisburg.
The fort is said to have been built of earth and pine brush. Rice died nearly at the same time, of a fever Early times on the Susquehanna prevailed throughout the country in 1812. The word for people, ronon, in the western dialects becomes hanon or henon, which compounded with ga-sko-sa, becomes ga-sko-sa-ha-non, a near approach to the Sasquesahanough of Smith.
John Shepard, my father, was his clerk in 1784. Hunsicker On the north were a parlor, sitting room and kitchen. In the absence of any information we cannot suppose that he abandoned a word already somewhat familiar without saying a word about it. This year was heavy snow and a hard winter. So that on the west side of the river, the original Sheshequinung, has altogether lost its ancient Indian name. SASQUESA, OR SASKWE, IS FRESH WATER We come now to sasquesa, the first portion of this name.
We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. It was enough to employ his time, to go from one trading post to another, and leave his business with efficient clerks.and these are often found ground down as badly as their English equivalents.
One of his feet caught in the stirrup, and he was dragged on the ground, and so injured that he very soon died.
Alsop, 1666, charges the Susquehannocks with eating portions of the prisoners which they burned at the stake.
Brazil- ians are Brazil- men.
So that on the west side of the river, the original Sheshequinung, has altogether lost its ancient Indian name.