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" When you gave us peace, we called you father, because you promised to secure us in the possession of our lands. Do this, and so long as the lands shall remain, that beloved name will live in the heart of every Seneca. "
A History of the New York Iroquois: Now Commonly Called the Six Nations - Page 395
by William Martin Beauchamp - 1905 - 336 pages
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Incidents in American history: being a selection of the most important and ...

John Warner Barber - United States - 1847 - 404 pages
...entreat you to hearken with attention, for we are ahout to speak of things which are to us very great. When you gave us peace, we called you father ; because...possession of our lands. Do this, and so long as the land shall remain, that beloved name will be in the heart of every Seneca. When our chiefs returned...
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PIONEER HISTORY OF THE HOLLAND PURCHASE OF WESTREN NEW YORK: EMBRACING SOME ...

O. TURNER - 1850
...father, because you promised to secure us in the possession of our lands. Do this, and, so long as lands shall remain, that beloved name will live in the heart of every Seneca. u FATHER: our nation empowered John Livingston to let out part of our lands on rent, to be paid to...
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History of the Shawnee Indians: From the Year 1681 to 1854, Inclusive

Henry Harvey - Shawnee Indians - 1855 - 306 pages
...gave us peace, we called you father, because you promised to secure us in the possession of ourJands. Do this, and so long as the lands shall remain, that...beloved name will live in the heart of every Seneca. " Father, we mean to open our hearts before you, and we earnestly desire that you will let us clearly...
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History of the United States of America, Volume 2

1863
...because you promised to secure us in the possession of our lands. Do this, and, so long as the land shall remain, that beloved name will live in the heart of every Seneca." The chief then recited several instances •where wrongs had been done the Indians by the whites ;...
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Pennsylvania Archives

1890
...children, and desire that it may be buried so deep as to be heard no more. When you gave us peace,'we called you father, because you promised to secure us in the possession of our lands. Do this,and so long as the lands shall remain, that beloved name will live in the heart of every Seneca....
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The Cambridge History of American Literature:, Volume 1; Volumes 1590-1820

Sacvan Bercovitch - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 846 pages
...be heard no more. When you gave us peace, we called you father, because you promised to secure us in possession of our lands. Do this, and so long as the lands shall remain, the beloved name will remain in the heart of every Seneca. Cornplanter's play upon alternative nomenclature...
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