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" In this neighborhood there are still many Indians, who are well disposed and very obliging, and are not disinclined toward Christians, when they are not made drunk by strong drink. "
History of Leitersburg District, Washington County, Md: Including Its ... - Page 10
by Herbert Charles Bell - 1898 - 337 pages
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The Life of Rev. Michael Schlatter: With a Full Account of His Travels and ...

Henry Harbaugh - Eglise réformée - 1857 - 349 pages
...without any manure, among which are stalks ten and more feet long; and the grass is exceedingly fine. In this neighborhood there are still many Indians, who are well disposed and very he crossed the mountain through what is now, and always has been known as " Crampton's Gap" — thence...
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The Scotch-Irish in America: Proceedings and Addresses of the Scotch-Irish ...

Scotch-Irish Society of America - Scots-Irish - 1902
...without any manure, among which are stocks ten feet long, and the grass is exceedingly fine. In the neighborhood there are still many Indians who are...and very obliging, and are not disinclined toward Christians when they are not made drunk by strong drink." "It seems now a pity," writes Dr. Theodore...
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History of Frederick County, Maryland, Volume 1

Thomas John Chew Williams, Folger McKinsey - Reference - 1967 - 1724 pages
...without any manure, among which are stalks ten and more feet long ; and the graas is exceedingly fine. In this neighborhood there are still many Indians,...and very obliging, and are not disinclined toward Christians, when they »re not made drunk by strong drink. After the sermon, we left and passed on...
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Friends and Enemies in Penn's Woods: Colonists, Indians, and the Racial ...

Daniel Richter - Social Science - 2010
...through the Conococheague Valley in Pennsylvania and Maryland, the Rev. Michael Schlatter noted that "in this neighborhood there are still many Indians,...and very obliging, and are not disinclined toward Christians." Although Schlatter may have misrepresented Indian attitudes, he rightly noted that Natives...
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