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" the most doleful yells, shrieks and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations." Terrible as was this blow to both, neither party as yet gave up. The Americans knew the lightness of the English guns and refused to surrender; St Leger dared not risk an... "
A History of the New York Iroquois: Now Commonly Called the Six Nations - Page 386
by William Martin Beauchamp - 1905 - 336 pages
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History of Sullivan's Campaign Against the Iroquois: Being a Full Account of ...

A. Tiffany Norton - Sullivan's Indian Campaign, 1779 - 1879 - 200 pages
...stated the real loss they had sustained in the engagement. The mourning was excessive, and was expressed by the most doleful yells, shrieks and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations." Mary Jemison's home was at Beardstown, on the Genesee ; her husband, at this time was Hiokatoo, a noted...
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NARRATIVE AND CRITICAL HISTORY OF AMERICA

JUSTIN WINSOR - 1887
...stated the real loss they had sustained in the engagement. The mourning was excessive, and was expressed by the most doleful yells, shrieks, and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations." 2 The exaggerated rumors of the losses at Minisink which first reached Sullivan's camp were immediately...
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Narrative and Critical History of America, Volume 6

Justin Winsor - America - 1887
...stated the real loss they had sustained in the engagement. The mourning was excessive, and was expressed by the most doleful yells, shrieks, and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations." a The exaggerated rumors of the losses at Minisink which first reached Sullivan's camp were immediately...
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A Narrative of the Life of Mary Jemison: De-he-wä-mis, the White Woman of ...

James Everett Seaver - Genesee River Valley (Pa. and N.Y.) - 1898 - 300 pages
...stated the real loss they had sustained in the engagement. The mourning was excessive, and was expressed by the most doleful yells, shrieks, and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations. During the Revolution, my house was the home of Colonels Butler and Brandt, whenever they chanced to...
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Border Wars of the American Revolution, Volume 1

William Leete Stone - Indians of North America - 1900
...stated the real loss they had sustained in the engagement. The mourning was excessive, and was expressed by the most doleful yells, shrieks, and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations." It was unfortunate that General Herkimer formed his line of march with so little judgment that, when...
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The Old New York Frontier: Its Wars with Indians and Tories, Its Missionary ...

Francis Whiting Halsey - New York (State) - 1901 - 432 pages
...regulars were slain. Mary Jemison describes the Senecas as returning home in excessive mourning, expressed by " the most doleful yells, shrieks, and howlings and by inimitable gesticulations." It is interesting to recall here, that had General Herkimer chosen to fight at Unadilla, he could have...
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A Narrative of the Life of Mary Jemison: The White Woman of the Genessee

James Everett Seaver - Genesee River Valley (Pa. and N.Y.) - 1918 - 453 pages
...stated the real loss they had sustained in the engagement. The mourning was excessive, and was expressed by the most doleful yells, shrieks, and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations. During the revolution, my house was the home of Col's Butler and Brandt, whenever they chanced to come...
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Bulletin, Issue 78

1905
...Indian survivors reached home, the dead were mourned by " the most doleful yells, shrieks and bowlings, and by inimitable gesticulations." Terrible as was...some force, assured that many would join him there, but St Leger would not consent. The Indians began to drop off, and the chiefs advised a return to Oswego...
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Women's Indian Captivity Narratives

Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola - Fiction - 1998 - 356 pages
...stated the real loss they had sustained in the engagement. The mourning was excessive, and was expressed by the most doleful yells, shrieks, and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations. During the revolution, my house was the home of Col's Butler and Brandt, 18 whenever they chanced to...
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The Life of Mary Jemison: The White Woman of the Genesee

James E. Seaver - Biography & Autobiography - 2000 - 316 pages
...stated the real loss they had sustained in the engagement. The mourning was excessive, and was expressed by the most doleful yells, shrieks, and howlings, and by inimitable gesticulations. During the Revolution, my house was the home of Colonels Butler and Brandt, whenever they chanced to...
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