. Historical view of the progress of discovery on the more northern coasts of America [microform] : from the earliest period to the present time. Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616; Cabot, Sebastian, 1476?-1557; Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616; Cabot, Sebastian, 1476?-1557; Natural history; Sciences naturelles. I HEIR I)Ki:SS AND MANNERS. 2(11) daiigliiii,' ]g to their were ro- jt coast l»v • fe appear- )road nose iguish tilt' iliet'kboncs ast. From and SHOW. eyes, and nd. Tlu'v • and every hrough tln' pierced on ,'ere placed le bead in led highly, isisted of a )ehind and the sanit he dress of en onlv

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. Historical view of the progress of discovery on the more northern coasts of America [microform] : from the earliest period to the present time. Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616; Cabot, Sebastian, 1476?-1557; Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616; Cabot, Sebastian, 1476?-1557; Natural history; Sciences naturelles. I HEIR I)Ki:SS AND MANNERS. 2(11) daiigliiii,' ]g to their were ro- jt coast l»v • fe appear- )road nose iguish tilt' iliet'kboncs ast. From and SHOW. eyes, and nd. Tlu'v • and every hrough tln' pierced on ,'ere placed le bead in led highly, isisted of a )ehind and the sanit he dress of en onlv
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. Historical view of the progress of discovery on the more northern coasts of America [microform] : from the earliest period to the present time. Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616; Cabot, Sebastian, 1476?-1557; Hakluyt, Richard, 1552?-1616; Cabot, Sebastian, 1476?-1557; Natural history; Sciences naturelles. I HEIR I)Ki:SS AND MANNERS. 2(11) daiigliiii,' ]g to their were ro- jt coast l»v • fe appear- )road nose iguish tilt' iliet'kboncs ast. From and SHOW. eyes, and nd. Tlu'v • and every hrough tln' pierced on ,'ere placed le bead in led highly, isisted of a )ehind and the sanit he dress of en onlv in ize of their I, but were their chil- ipes of dif- op was fas- tand erect. lalf to four e younger. black luiir the top of white and. blue beads and cords of white deer-skin. Both men and women were much pleased by liaviuir tlu'ir portraits sketched by Captain Back; and one young iH'ly, who sat for a full-h'ngtli and chose the extra- ordinary attitude of stufling both iiands into lier breeches-pockets, interrupted the labours of the draughtsman by repeatedly jumping into the air, and smiling in a verv ludicrous and irresistible manner. The men were armed with bows and ar- rows, long knives, which they concealed in the shirt- sleeve, and spears tipped with bone." * Franldin's Second Journey, pj). IH', 111).. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Tytler, Patrick Fraser, 1791-1849. Edinburgh : Oliver & Boyd; London : Simpkin & Marshall

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