三地三天独胆计划

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三地三天独胆计划

them for negotiations of peace. With this pledge, scarcely worth the breath that uttered it, Montmagny was forced to content himself. [1] [1]

三地三天独胆计划

Vimont, Relation, 1644, 45-49. Thus it appeared that the fortune of war did not always smile even on the Iroquois. Indeed, if there is faith i

三地三天独胆计划

n Indian tradition, there had been a time, scarcely half a century past, when the Mohawks, perhaps the fiercest and haughtiest of the confederat

三地三天独胆计划

e nations, had been nearly destroyed by the Algonquins, whom they now held in contempt. [2] This people, whose inferiority arose chiefly from th

三地三天独胆计划

e want of that compact organization in which lay the strength of the Iroquois, had not lost their ancient warlike spirit; and they had one champion of whom even the audacious confederates stood in awe. His name was Piskaret; and he dwelt on that great island in the Ottawa

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三地三天独胆计划

of 279 which Le Borgne was chief. He had lately turned Christian, in the hope of French favor and countenance,—always useful to an ambitious Indian,—and perhaps, too, with an eye to the gun and powder-horn which formed the earthly reward of the convert. [3] Tradition t

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ll the village swarmed out in furious chase; but Piskaret was the swiftest runner of his time, and easily kept in advance of his pursuers. When


daylight came, he showed himself from time to time to lure them on, then y