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History of the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natchez Indians

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HISTORYOF THE( fi*aBYH B, CUSHMAN,H. B. Cushman1899,Copyright, by(All reserved.)rightsTEXAS:GREENVILLK,HEADLIGHT PRINTING HOUSE1899.To the of Calvin and Laura Cush-memory my parents,as Heralds of the Cross of with a fewman, Christ, they,other left their homes incongenial spirits, Massachusetts,A. D. as1820, and went to the Choctawmissionaries, Indian*,then in their Ancient Domains east of theliving- Missisipr.iRiver. Devoted their lives to the moral and intellectualand interests of that and inimprovement spiritual peculiarrace of and the sincere andmankind,teresting living- dying-friends of.the Red Man of the North American Conabidingtinent.1.iALSOTo the Choctaw and Chickasaw each the novv-people,feeble remnant of a once contentednumerous, independent,and whose line of dates back tohappy people, long ancestrythe of the remote it is ascribed inpre-historic ages past,remembrance of the writer s earliest and most faithlovingful whom he has a cause to cherish for theirfriends, justknown and tested virtues.many long<?Cswith currentIii copyrightcomplianceU. C.law, Bindery producedLibraryvolume onthis paperreplacementZ39.48-that meets the ANSI Standardto the1984 irreparablyreplacedeteriorated original.1993INTRODUCTION.one s material to a historical andTo clasbring strictlyis almost an whensified order with aimpossibility dealing"Red Raceso diversified as that of the of the North.subjectAmerican Continent. But I ...
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HISTORY OF THE ( fi *a BY H B, CUSHMAN, H. B. Cushman1899,Copyright, by (All reserved.)rights TEXAS:GREENVILLK, HEADLIGHT PRINTING HOUSE 1899. To the of Calvin and Laura Cush-memory my parents, as Heralds of the Cross of with a fewman, Christ, they, other left their homes incongenial spirits, Massachusetts, A. D. as1820, and went to the Choctawmissionaries, Indian*, then in their Ancient Domains east of theliving- Missisipr.i River. Devoted their lives to the moral and intellectual and interests of that and inimprovement spiritual peculiar race of and the sincere andmankind,teresting living- dying- friends of.the Red Man of the North American Conabiding tinent. 1 .i ALSO To the Choctaw and Chickasaw each the novv-people, feeble remnant of a once contentednumerous, independent, and whose line of dates back tohappy people, long ancestry the of the remote it is ascribed inpre-historic ages past, remembrance of the writer s earliest and most faithloving ful whom he has a cause to cherish for theirfriends, just known and tested virtues.many long
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