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" It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever yet found. Not above two thousand of them were ever armed with fire-arms, the rest depending entirely on bows and arrows, which they use with more skill than any other Indian nation in America. "
Journal of Proceedings - Page 24
by Wisconsin. Legislature. Senate - 1855
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Public Documents of the State of Wisconsin: Being the Reports of the Various ...

Wisconsin - Wisconsin - 1855
...French traders, some of whom went up the country, and most sent up the largest part of their g 'ods. Several Indians of the nation belonging to this place,...before given. It is certainly the greatest nation ol Indians ever yet found. Not above two thousand of them were ever armed with fire-arms, the rest...
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The history of Minnesota: from the earliest French explorations to the ...

Edward Duffield Neill - Minnesota - 1858 - 628 pages
...officer at Green Bay, Wis. Hig. Coll. vol. i. " On March 1, 1763, twelve warriors of the Sous came here. It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever...fire-arms, the rest depending entirely on bows and arrows, which they use with more skill than any other Indian nation in America. They .can shoot the wildest...
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History of Ramsey County and the City of St. Paul: Including the Explorers ...

George E. Warner, Charles M. Foote - Minnesota - 1881 - 650 pages
...alludes to the Minnesota Sioux. He writes — " On March 1, 1763, twelve warriors of the Sous came here. It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever...; the rest depending entirely on bows and arrows, which they use with more skill than any other Indian nation in America. They can shoot the wildest...
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History of the Upper Mississippi Valley

Charles S. Bryant - Educational law and legislation - 1881 - 716 pages
...alludes to the Minnesota Sioux, lie writes — " On March 1, 1763, twelve warriors of the Sous came here. It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever...; the rest depending entirely on bows and arrows, which they use with more skill than any other Indian nation in America. They can shoot the wildest...
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Occurrences in the Vicinity of St. Paul, Minn: Before Its Incorporation as a ...

Edward Duffield Neill - Frontier and pioneer life - 1890 - 52 pages
...receive English traders. Lieutenant Gorell was the first Englishman to describe the Sioux. He wrote: " It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever yet found. Not above two thousand of them was ever armed with firearms, the rest depending entirely upon bows and arrows. They can shoot the...
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COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN

RUBEN GOLD THWAITES - 1903
...the arrival of several English and French traders, some of whom went up the country, and most sent up the largest part of their goods. Several Indians of...before given. It is certainly the greatest nation of Indiana ever yet found. Not above two thousand of them were ever armed with fire-arms, the rest depending...
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The Indians of North America in Historic Times, Volume 2

Cyrus Thomas, W. J. McGee - Indians of North America - 1903 - 464 pages
...condition in this respect as late as 1763: On March 1st, 1763, twelve warriors of the Sous came here. It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever...fire-arms, the rest depending entirely on bows and arrows, which they use with more skill than any other Indian nation in America. They can shoot the wildest...
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The Indians of North America in Historic Times, Volume 2

Cyrus Thomas, W. J. McGee - Indians of North America - 1903 - 464 pages
...condition in this respect as late as 1763: On March ist, 1763, twelve warriors of the Sous came here. It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever...Not above two thousand of them were ever armed with fire-arnis, the rest depending entirely on bows and arrows, which they use with more skill than any...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1907
...(Wis. Hist. Soc. Coll., i, 36, 1855): "This day, 12 warriors of the Sous came here [Green Bay, Wis.]. It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever yet found. Not above 2,000 of them were ever armed with fire-arms, the rest depending entirel von bows and arrows and darts,...
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Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico

1907
...Wis. Hist. Soc. Coll., i, 36, 1855) : "This day, 12 warriors of the Sous came here [Green Bay, Wis.]. It is certainly the greatest nation of Indians ever yet found. Not above 2,000 of them were ever armed with fire-arms, the rest depending entirely on bows and arrows and dartw,...
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