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ir hands, a■nd quivers at their backs fil■led with stone-headed arrows; the squa■ws, cutting smoke-dried meat wi●th knives of

flint, and boili■ng it in rude earthen pots of their own ●making, driving away, meanwhile,

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f the Indians, he became anxious to set out f■or the Wisconsin to find the ●party of Frenchm

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en, real or imaginary, who were ●to meet him at that place. That he w●as permitted to do so was due to the inf●luence of the great chief Ouasicoudé, who al●ways befriended him, and who had soundly ber●ated his two companio

ns for refus●ing him a seat in their canoe. Du Gay wi■shed to go with him; but Accau, who liked the I■ndian life as much as he disliked Hen■nepin, preferred to remain with the hunt●ers. A small birch-canoe was given to● the two adventurers, together with ■an earthen pot; and they had also● between them a gun, a knife, and a● robe of beaver

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-skin. [Pg 267] Thus e●quipped, they began their journey, and soon appr■oached the Falls of St. Anthony, so named by Hen●nepin in honor of the inevita■ble S

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aint Anthony of Padua.[214■] As they were carrying their canoe by■ the cataract, they saw five or six Indians■, who had gone before, and one of w■hom

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