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" ... in her hand; the next had in her hand a sword, another a club, another a pot-sticke; all horned alike: the rest every one with their severall devises. "
The North American Review - Page 275
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The Conquest of Virginia: the Forest Primeval: An Account, Based on Original ...

Conway Whittle Sams - Indians of North America - 1916 - 540 pages
...at her girdle, and another at her arm, a quiver of arrows at her back, a bow and arrows in her hand: the next had in her hand a sword, another a club, another a potstick; all of them being horned alike: the rest were all set out with their several devices. These...
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Early American Indian History, Volume 1

Benjamin Bussey Thatcher - Indians of North America - 1917 - 382 pages
...at her girdle, another at her arme, a quiuer of arrowes at her backe, a bow and arrowes in her hand. The next had in her hand a sword, another a club, another a pot-sticke, all horned alike ; the rest euery one with their severall devises. These fiends, with most hellish shouts and cryes, rushing from...
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Pocahontas

Grace Steele Woodward - Social Science - 1969 - 244 pages
...her girtle, and another at her arme, a quiver of arrowes at her backe, a bow and arrowes in her hand; the next had in her hand a Sword, another a club, another a pot-sticke; all horned alike: the rest everyone with their severall devises. These fiends with most hellish shouts and cryes, rushing from...
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Voyages in Print: English Narratives of Travel to America 1576-1624

Mary C. Fuller - History - 1995 - 230 pages
...greene leaves, their bodies all painted, some of one colour, some of another, but all differing . . . These fiends with most hellish shouts and cryes, rushing from among the trees, cast themselves in a ring about the fire, singing and dauncing with most excelent ill varietie . . . Having...
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Pocahontas

Stuart E. Brown, Jr. - History - 2009 - 20 pages
...her girdle, and another at her arme, a quiver of arrowes at her backe, a bow and arrowes in her hand; the next had in her hand a sword, another a club, another a pot-sticke; all homed alike: the rest every one with their several! devises. These fiends with most hellish shouts...
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From Islands to Portraits: Four Literary Variations

Sergio Perosa - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 132 pages
...her girdle, and another at her arme, a quiver of arrowes at her back, a bow and arrowes in her hand; the next had in her hand a sword, another a club,...pot-sticke; all horned alike: the rest every one with their several! devises. This goes well beyond any coeval iconography of "America" as a sexually enticing...
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Colonial Women: Race and Culture in Stuart Drama

Heidi Hutner - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 152 pages
...her girdle, and another at her arme, a quiver of arrowes at her backe, a bow and arrowes in her hand; the next had in her hand a sword, another a club, another a potsticke; all horned alike. . . . These fiends with most hellish shouts and cryes, rushing from among the trees, cast themselves...
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Drakes Book of Indians

Samuel Gardner Drake - Social Science - 2001 - 469 pages
...quiver of arrowes at her backe, a bow and arrows in her hand. The next had in her hand a sword, and another a club, another a potsticke, all horned alike; the rest every one with their seuerall devises. These fiends, with most hellish shouts and cryes, rushing from among the trees, cast...
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Searching for Their Places: Women in the South Across Four Centuries

Thomas H. Appleton - History - 2003 - 308 pages
...her girdle, and another at her arme, a quiver of arrowes at her backe, a bow and arrowes in her hand; the next had in her hand a sword, another a club, another a pot-sticke, all horned alike.10 Thus attired, adorned with paint of various colors usually reserved for men (red was the color...
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The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Volume 13

English philology - 1914 - 660 pages
...another at her arme, a quiver of Arrowes in her hand, the next in her hand a Sword, another a Clubbe, another a Pot-sticke, all horned alike, the rest every one with their several devices. These fiends with most hellish cries and shouts rushing from amongst the trees cast...
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