Recherche Images Maps Play YouTube Actualités Gmail Drive Plus »
Connexion
Livres Livres
" They have the foresight however to leave enough of the crops untouched to serve as an inducement for planting the fields again for their benefit in the next spring. The human race in this part of the world is separated into three divisions, arranged in... "
Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life; Or, The California and Oregon Trail ... - Page 360
de Francis Parkman - 1852 - 448 pages
Affichage du livre entier - À propos de ce livre

The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 32

1848 - 742 pages
...apprehension of an inroad from more formidable consumers than ourselves. Every year, at the time when the com begins to ripen, the Arapahoes, to the number of several...Mormon settlement. As we passed through the water, half a dozen trappers on horse-back entered it from the other side. Their buck-skin frocks were soaked...
Affichage du livre entier - À propos de ce livre

American Monthly Knickerbocker, Volume 32

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Timothy Flint, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew - 1848 - 626 pages
...at the time when the corn begins to ripen, the Arapahoes, to the number of several thousands, ceme and encamp around the Pueblo. The handful of white...Mormon settlement. As we passed through the water, half a dozen trappers on horse-back entered it from the other side. Their buck-skin frocks were soaked...
Affichage du livre entier - À propos de ce livre

Francis Parkman's The Oregon Trail

Francis Parkman - 1918 - 428 pages
...again for their benefit in the next spring. The human race in this part of the world is separated 15 into three divisions, arranged in the order of their...spite of the warm sunset of that evening, the next 20 morning was a dreary and cheerless one. It rained steadily, clouds resting upon the very tree-tops....
Affichage du livre entier - À propos de ce livre

Francis Parkman: The Oregon Trail, The Conspiracy of Pontiac (LOA #53)

Francis Parkman - 1991 - 1012 pages
...While we were discussing these matters, the doorway was darkened by a tall, shambling fellow, who stood with his hands in his pockets taking a leisurely survey...cheerless one. It rained steadily, clouds resting upon die very tree-tops. We crossed the river to visit the Mormon settlement. As we passed through the water,...
Aperçu limité - À propos de ce livre

Building with Our Hands: New Directions in Chicana Studies

Adela de la Torre, Beatriz M. Pesquera - 1993 - 268 pages
...Francis Parkman argued that people in the West could be "separated into three divisions, arranged in order of their merits: white men, Indians, and Mexicans;...whom the honorable title of 'whites' is by no means conceded."39 In the same period, William H. Emory of the boundary commission declared that the "darker...
Aperçu limité - À propos de ce livre

Kit Carson and the Indians

Thomas W. Dunlay - 2000 - 568 pages
...stopped off at the multiethnic trading community that became Pueblo, Colorado. There he concluded, The human race in this part of the world is separated...honorable title of 'whites' is by no means conceded." Parkman had his own heavy load of prejudices, but there is ample confirmation that Anglo-Americans...
Aperçu limité - À propos de ce livre

American Alchemy: The California Gold Rush and Middle-class Culture

Brian Roberts - 2000 - 366 pages
...Oregon Trail, he wrote, the "human race" was "separated into three divisions, arranged according to their merits; white men, Indians, and Mexicans; to...whom the honorable title of 'whites' is by no means conceded."8 Many forty-niners read the accounts of Dana and Parkman. But they also had access to other...
Aperçu limité - À propos de ce livre

Democratic Voices and Vistas: American Literature from Emerson to Lanier

Darrel Abel - 2002 - 539 pages
...expedition against Santa Fe. His contempt for the Mexicans was even grander; in the Oregon Trail he wrote: The human race in this part of the world is separated...honorable title of "whites" is by no means conceded. legible lines although he could not see his writing. The fortitude and effort which Parkman spent in...
Aperçu limité - À propos de ce livre

Latina Legacies: Identity, Biography, and Community

Vicki L. Ruiz, Virginia S?nchez Korrol - 2005 - 272 pages
...Francis Parkman argued that people in the West could be "separated into three divisions, arranged in order of their merits: white men, Indians, and Mexicans;...whom the honorable title of 'whites' is by no means conceded."39 In the same period, William H. Emory of the boundary commission declared that the "darker...
Aperçu limité - À propos de ce livre

The California and Oregon Trail: Being Sketches of Prairie and Rocky ...

Francis Parkman - 2007 - 329 pages
...the crops untouched to serve as an inducement for planting the fields again for their benefit i*» the next spring. The human race in this part of the...one. It rained steadily, clouds resting upon the very treef ops. We crossed the river to visit the Mormon settlement As we passed through the water, several...
Aperçu limité - À propos de ce livre




  1. Ma bibliothèque
  2. Aide
  3. Recherche Avancée de Livres
  4. Télécharger l'ePub
  5. Télécharger le PDF