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James Fenimore Cooper

  • Jose Castillomembuat kutipantahun lalu
    Daim is the French for deer, and cerf for stag; elan is the true term, when one would speak of an elk.”
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    con­fed­er­ated
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    pos­ses­sors
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    In these pages, Lenni-Le­nape, Lenope, Delawares, Wa­panachki, and Mo­hi­cans, all mean the same peo­ple, or tribes of the same stock.
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    When it is re­mem­bered that the Dutch (who first set­tled New York), the English, and the French, all gave ap­pel­la­tions to the tribes that dwelt within the coun­try which is the scene of this story, and that the In­di­ans not only gave dif­fer­ent names to their en­e­mies, but fre­quently to them­selves, the cause of the con­fu­sion will be un­der­stood.
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    dis­pos­sessed
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