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" Our antiquities belong not only to different eras, in point of time, but to several nations ; and those articles, belonging to the same era and the same people, were intended by their authors to be applied to many different uses. ' We shall divide these... "
Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society - Page 111
by American Antiquarian Society - 1820 - 436 pages
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Archaeologia Americana: Transactions and Collections of the American ...

American Antiquarian Society - United States - 1820
...enter the heretofore dark and intricate Ubyrinth, where so many unfortunate travellers have lost their Our Antiquities belong not only to different eras, in point of time, but to several nations ; and thost articles belonging to the same era and the same people, were intended by their authors to be...
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The North American Review, Volume 12

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American literature - 1821
...antiquities, which make the description more intelligible and satisfactory. Mr. Atwater remarks, ' Our antiquities belong not only to different eras,...to Indians 2. To people of European origin ; and 3. Tho*e of that people who raised our ancient torts and tumuli. ' Those antiquities, which, in the strict...
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The North American Review, Volume 12

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American literature - 1821
...antiquities, which make the description more intelligible and satisfactory. Mr. Atwatcr remarks, ' Our antiquities belong not only to different eras,...to Indians. 2. To people of European origin ; and 5. Tho-«e ofthat people who raised our ancient torts and tumuli. ' Those antiquities, which, in the...
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The Investigator, Volumes 3-4

1821
...epistolary correspondence with Isaiah Thomas, esq. the president of the society. Mr. Atwater remarks, " Our antiquities belong not only to different eras,...applied to many different uses. We shall divide these anti-« quities into three classes. 1. Those belonging to Indians. 2. To people of European origin;...
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The Investigator (or, Quarterly magazine) [ed. by W.B. Collyer, T ..., Volume 4

William Bengo' Collyer - 1822
...epistolary correspondence with Isaiah Thomas, esq. the president of the society. Mr. Atwater remarks, " Our antiquities belong not only to different eras,...that people who raised our ancient forts and tumuli. " Those antiquities, which, in the strict sense of the term, belong to the North American Indians,...
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Travels in America and Italy, Volume 1

François-René vicomte de Chateaubriand - Indians of North America - 1828 - 368 pages
...increased, yet they would be of the same KIND which now beset and overwhelm the superficial observer. Our Antiquities belong not only to different eras,...shall divide these Antiquities into three classes. First, those belonging to Indians. Second, to people of European origin : and, Third, those of that...
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Sculpture, and the Plastic Art

Pickering Dodge - Sculptors - 1850 - 353 pages
...magnificence and grandeur those of any other portion of the globe.* The remains of art existing in America, belong not only to different eras in point of time, but to several nations, and may be divided into three classes ; those designating the manners and institutions of the barbarous...
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Sculpture, and the Plastic Art

Pickering Dodge - Sculptors - 1850 - 353 pages
...magnificence and grandeur those of any other portion of the globe.* The remains of art existing in America, belong not only to different eras in point of time, but to several nations, and may be divided into three classes ; those designating the manners and institutions of the barbarous...
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John D. Clifford's Indian Antiquities

John D. Clifford, University John Clifford, Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, Dr Charles Boewe, PH D - Science - 2000 - 175 pages
...Atwater divides the antiquities of which he treats into three classes, "i . Those belonging to modern Indians; 2. To people of European origin; and 3. Those...that people who raised our ancient forts and tumuli." Of the first class he says but little, for, as he justly remarks — "He who wishes to find traces...
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