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" Another Minnetaree, in compliance with a vow he had made, caused a hole to be perforated through the muscles of each shoulder ; through these holes, cords were passed, which were, at the opposite ends, attached by way of a bridle to a horse, that had... "
Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains: Performed ... - Página 252
por Edwin James - 1823
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The North American Review, Volumen16

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1823
...which he was loosed from the cords, and carried off amidst the acclamations of the whole assembly. * Another Minnetaree, in compliance with a vow he had...holes, cords were passed, which were, at the opposite em)s, attached by way of a bridle to a horse, that had been penned up three or four days without food...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1824
...acclamations of the whole assembly. " Another Minnetaree, in compliance with a vow he had made, caused л hole to be perforated through the muscles of each...passed, which were, at the opposite ends, attached byway of a bridle to a horse, that had been penned up three or four days without food or water. In...
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The Amaranth: A Gift for All Seasons

1842 - 233 páginas
...or expiations for sin are suffered by the devoted of the nation. He speaks of one Minnetaree, who, in compliance with a vow he had made, caused a hole...water. In this manner he led the horse to the margin of a river. The horse, of course, endeavoured to drink, but it was the promise of the Indian to prevent...
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Miscellaneous Publications, Volumen7

1877
...the torments there described, and more, are inflicted to this day. Among them is the following: — "Another Minnetaree, in compliance with a vow he had...to the margin of the river. The horse, of course, endeavored to drink, but it was the province of the Indian to prevent him, and that only by straining...
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Ethnography and Philology of the Hidatsa Indians

Washington Matthews - 1877 - 239 páginas
...the torments, there described, and more, are inflicted to this day. Among them is the following: — "Another Minnetaree, in compliance with a vow he had...to the margin of the river. The horse, of course, endeavored to drink, but it was the province of the Indian to prevent him, and that only by straining...
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Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the ..., Volumen11,Partes1889-1890

Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of Ethnology - 1894
...loosed from the cords and carried off amidst the acclamations of the whole assembly. Another Miuuetaree in compliance with a vow he had made, caused a hole to be perforated through the muscles of eacli shoulder. Through these holes cords were passed, the opposite ends of which were attached as...
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The Missionary Herald, Volumen19

1823
...carried off amidst the acclamations of the whole assembly. Another Minnetaree, in compliance with a TOW he had made, caused a hole to be perforated through...the opposite ends, attached by way of a bridle to a how, that had been penned up three or four days without food or water. In this manner, he led the horse...
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The North American Review

1823
...which he was loosed from the cords, and carried off amidst the acclamations of the whole assembly. 'Another Minnetaree, in compliance with a vow he had...to the margin of the river. The horse, of course, endeavored to drink, but it was the province of the Indian to prevent him, and that only by straining...
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ETHNOGRAPHY AND PHILOLOGY OF THE HIDATSA INDIANS

1877
...described, and more, are inflicted to this day. Among them is the following: — a Another Miimetaree, in compliance with a vow he had made, caused a hole...the horse to the margin of the river. The horse, of coursfe, endeavored to drink, but it was the province of the Indian to prevent him, and that only by...
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