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" ... the poles belonging to their tents, and found many pieces of skins of bears, wolves, dogs, and sea-calves, wherewith they used to cover them ; which seemed to intimate that the inhabitants here did lead a vagabond life, like the Tartars and Lapponians.... "
An account of a most dangerous voyage peformed by the famous Captain John ... - Page 562
by Jens Munk - 1650 - 2 pages
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The History of Greenland: Including an Account of the Mission ..., Volume 1

David Cranz - Greenland - 1820 - 359 pages
...pieces of skins of bears, wolves, dogs, and sea-calves, wherewith they used to cover them ; which seemed to intimate that the inhabitants here did lead a vagabond...After the Danes had planted their huts, they cut good store of wood, to be laid up for the winter, and killed abundance of wild fowl. Captain Munk killed...
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The history of Greenland: including an account of the mission carried on by ...

David Cranz, John Gambold - Greenland - 1820
...pieces of skins of bears, wolves, dogs, and sea-calves, wherewith they used to cover them; which seemed to intimate that the inhabitants here did lead a vagabond life, like the Tartars and Lapponians. ' " The cold began to increase with the winter season, to such a degree, that they saw ice of 300,...
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