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" a terrible reputation, which others should have shared. Roger Williams said: " The Maguauogs, or Men-eaters, that live three or four hundred miles west from us, make a delicious monstrous dish of the heads and brains of their enemies." Their common name... "
A History of the New York Iroquois: Now Commonly Called the Six Nations - Page 167
by William Martin Beauchamp - 1905 - 336 pages
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Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society, Volume 1

Local history - 1827
...Religion) keeps her chiefe seat and residence: The Mauquauogs, or Men-eaters that live two or three hundred miles West from us, make a delicious monstrous dish of the head and brains of their enemies; which yet is no barre (when the time shall approach) against Gods...
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Bulletin, Issue 78

1905
...Iroquois and Entouhonorons, and later French writers into lower and upper Iroquois. They had every where, a terrible reputation, which others should have shared....their enemies, Mohowaug, They eat Living Creatures. Besides the national title each nation had a council name by which it was addressed in public conferences....
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New World, Known World: Shaping Knowledge in Early Anglo-American Writing

David Read - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 177 pages
...Creator, hath not made them inferior to Europeans. The Mauquauogs, or Men-eaters, that live two or three [hundred] miles West from us, make a delicious monstrous dish of the head and brains of their enemies; which yet is no bar (when the time shall approach) against Gods call,...
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