Illustrations of the manners, customs, and condition of the North American Indians : with letters and notes written during eight years of travel and adventure among the wildest and most remarkable tribes now existing ; with 360 engravings, from the author's original paintings . •cHf? 1 ^ZE^- ^-^?i ? - V rt^c r <- j J ?vj --:i ^- —f: ! • jf^. -»* *5i «% 20.5 now harbouring the most inveterate feelings towards the whole civiHzedrace. The Riccarees are unquestionably a part of the tribe of Pawnees, livingon the Platte River, some hundreds of miles below this, inasmuch as theirlanguage is nearl

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Illustrations of the manners, customs, and condition of the North American Indians : with letters and notes written during eight years of travel and adventure among the wildest and most remarkable tribes now existing ; with 360 engravings, from the author's original paintings . •cHf? 1 ^ZE^- ^-^?i ? - V rt^c r <- j J ?vj --:i ^- —f: ! • jf^. -»* *5i «% 20.5 now harbouring the most inveterate feelings towards the whole civiHzedrace. The Riccarees are unquestionably a part of the tribe of Pawnees, livingon the Platte River, some hundreds of miles below this, inasmuch as theirlanguage is nearl
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Illustrations of the manners, customs, and condition of the North American Indians : with letters and notes written during eight years of travel and adventure among the wildest and most remarkable tribes now existing ; with 360 engravings, from the author's original paintings . •cHf? 1 ^ZE^- ^-^?i ? - V rt^c r <- j J ?vj --:i ^- —f: ! • jf^. -»* *5i «% 20.5 now harbouring the most inveterate feelings towards the whole civiHzedrace. The Riccarees are unquestionably a part of the tribe of Pawnees, livingon the Platte River, some hundreds of miles below this, inasmuch as theirlanguage is nearly or quite the same; and their personal appearance andcustoms as similar as could be reasonably expected amongst a people so longsince separated from their parent tribe, and continually subjected to inno-vations from the neighbouring tribes around them; amongst whom, in theirerratic wanderings in search of a location, they have been jostled about inthe character, alternately, of friends and of foes. I shall resume my voyage down the river in a few days in my canoe ; andI may, perhaps, stop and pay these people a visit, and consequently, beable to say more of them ; or, I may be hauled in, to the shore, and my boatplundered, and my scalp danced as they have dealt quite recently withthe last trader, who has dared for several years past,

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