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" The village presents no cheering prospect, as, notwithstanding its antiquity, it consists of but few huts, inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely equal to the Indians from whom they are descended. Their log or bark houses are low, filthy and disgusting,... "
Ethnic Chicago: A Multicultural Portrait - Page 27
by Peter d'A. Jones Jones - 1995 - 648 pages
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Narrative of an expedition to the sources of St. Peter's River, Lake ...

Stephen Harriman Long, Thomas Say, Lewis David von Schweinitz, James Edward Colhoun, Joseph Lovell - America - 1824 - 459 pages
...there. The village presents no cheering prospect, as, notwithstanding its antiquity, it consists of but few huts, inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely...equal to the Indians from whom they are descended. Their log or bark houses are low, filthy and disgusting, displaying not the least trace of comfort...
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A Winter in the West, Volume 1

Charles Fenno Hoffman - Northwest, Old - 1835
..." The village presents no cheering prospect, as, notwithstanding its antiquity, it consists of but few huts, inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely...equal to the Indians, from whom they are descended. Their log or bark-houses are low, filthy, and disgusting, displaying not the least trace of comfort....
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A winter in the West, Volume 1

Charles Fenno Hoffman - Northwest, Old - 1835
..." The village presents no cheering prospect, as, notwithstanding its antiquity, it consists of but few huts, inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely...equal to the Indians, from whom they are descended. Their log or bark-houses are low, filthy, and disgusting, displaying not the least trace of comfort....
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A Winter in the Far West, Volume 1

Charles Fenno Hoffman - Northwest, Old - 1835
..." The village presents no cheering prospect, as, notwithstanding its antiquity, it consists of but few huts, inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely...equal to the Indians, from whom they are descended. Their log or bark-houses are low, filthy, and disgusting, displaying not the least trace of comfort....
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A winter in the Far west

Charles Fenno Hoffman - 1835
...presents no cheering prospect, as, notwithstanding ils antiquity, it consists of but few huts, inhibited by a miserable race of men, scarcely equal to the Indians, from whom they are descended. Their log or bark-houses are low, filthy, and disgusting, displaying not the least trace of comfort....
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History of Chicago: Its Commercial and Manufacturing Interests and Industry ...

Isaac D. Guyer - Chicago (Ill.) - 1862 - 200 pages
...Chicago in 1823, and represents the place as " presenting no cheering prospects, and containing but few huts, inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely equal to the Indians from whom they descended " (?) — and their log or bark houses as " low, filthy and disgusting — displaying not...
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Chicago and the Great Conflagration

Elias Colbert, Everett Chamberlin - Chicago (Ill.) - 1872 - 528 pages
...cabins. He said, in his subsequent report, that Chicago presented no cheering prospects, and contained but a few huts, " inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely equal to the Indians from whom they had descended," while their houses were "low, filthy, and disgusting, displaying not the least trace...
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Chicago and Its Suburbs

Chicago (Ill.) - 1874 - 468 pages
...gloomy, when he speaks of Chicago with its three log cabins, presenting no cheering prospects, and "inhabited by a miserable race of men scarcely equal to the Indians from whom they had descended," with houses "low, filthy, and disgusting, displaying not the least trace of comfort."...
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Chicago Antiquities: Comprising Original Items and Relations, Letters ...

Henry Higgins Hurlbut - Chicago (Ill.) - 1881 - 673 pages
..." The village presents no cheering prospect, as, notwithstanding its antiquity, it consists of but few huts, inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely...equal to the Indians from whom they are descended. Their log or bark houses are low, filthy, and disgusting, displaying not the least trace of comfort....
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Fergus' Historical Series, Volumes 19-25

Chicago (Ill.) - 1882
...since. "The village presents no cheering prospect, as, notwithstanding its antiquity, it consists of but few huts, inhabited by a miserable race of men, scarcely...equal to the Indians, from whom they are descended. Their log or bark-houses artlow, filthy, and disgusting, displaying not the least trace of comfort....
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