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“ There is a people who will one day be very great:-I mean the Americans. One stain only obscures the perfect splendour of reason which vivifies that country-slavery still subsists in the southern provinces ; but when the Congress shall have found a remedy for that evil, how shall we be able to refuse the most profound respect to the institutions of the United States ?

MADAME DE STAËL.

TRAVELS

THROUGH PART OF

THE UNITED STATES

AND

CANADA

IN

1818 AND 1819.

BY JOHN M. DUNCAN, A. B.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. II.

NEW YORK:
W. B. GILLEY, 92, BROADWAY,

NEW HAVEN:
HOWE & SPALDING.

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62-63

TUSCARORA INDIANS

Lewiston-Ridge Road

Sabbath visit to the Tuscarora Village

Degraded condition of the Indians near the fron-

tier Settlements

Missionary Congregation

Sermon

Interpreter

Indian's Prayer

Longboard's Address—His Duplicity

Missionary's House-Dinner

Religious condition of the Village

The Five Nations, Note

Anecdotes

Kusick the Interpreter-Brandt

Take leave of the Tuscaroras

General Observations on the American Indians

Conduct of Europeans

64-65

66

67-70

ib.

71–72

72-73

74

75-76

77

79_81

82

ib.

83

83-88

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