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The Indians who came aboard ship to collect the mail also interested her greatly, even if she was suitably shocked, according to the customs of the society in which she had been reared, to find them `` naked, except a piece of cotton cloth wrapped around their middle ''.
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He was universally beloved by his neighbours, and the Indians, who esteemed him, not only as a friend, but one high in communion with God in Heaven ''.
You may do well to take notice, that besides the title to land between the English and the Indians there, there are twelve of the English that have subscribed their names to horrible and detestable blasphemies, who are rather to be judged as blasphemous than they should delude us by winning time under pretence of arbitration ''.
These concessionaires traded where they wished and generally dealt with the Indians through engages, who might be habitants, voyageurs, or even soldiers.
He asked the government for two hundred soldiers, who were to be specifically assigned to arrest English traders and disloyal Indians.
The Indians were not impressed and held to the Carolina traders, who swarmed over the country, almost to the Mississippi.
Based in frontier Tennessee, Jackson was a politician and army general who defeated the Creek Indians at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend ( 1814 ), and the British at the Battle of New Orleans ( 1815 ).
Together with earlier arrivals to the United States ( including the indigenous American Indians, Hispanic and Latino Americans, particularly in the West, Southwest, and Texas ; African Americans who came to the United States in the Atlantic slave trade ; and early colonial migrants from Britain, France, Germany, Spain, and elsewhere ), these new waves of immigrants had a pro profound impact on national or regional cuisine.
The 1913 Handbook of Indians of Canada ( reprinting 1907 material from the Bureau of American Ethnology ), claims that North American natives practicing cannibalism included "... the Montagnais, and some of the tribes of Maine ; the Algonkin, Armouchiquois, Iroquois, and Micmac ; farther west the Assiniboine, Cree, Foxes, Chippewa, Miami, Ottawa, Kickapoo, Illinois, Sioux, and Winnebago ; in the South the people who built the mounds in Florida, and the Tonkawa, Attacapa, Karankawa, Caddo, and Comanche (?
But essentially Chicanos, like some Mexicans, are American Indians who were influenced by the Spanish culture through conquest, while Latino or Hispanic refers to race / genetics.
Nap Lajoie, who won the 1903 American League Batting Championship with the Indians, and an MLB Hall of Fame r.
The Indians, who at the time were locked in a tight three-way pennant race with the Yankees and White Sox, were not slowed down by the death of their teammate.
According to Fundamentals of Physics ( 4 ed., Wiley, 1993 ), by David Halliday, Robert Resnick and Jearl Walker, on page 30, Chapter Two, " Motion along a Straight Line ", Joe Sprinz, at the time in question, a member of the San Francisco Ball Club, and formerly of the Indians, attempted to beat the World Record for catching a baseball dropped from a great height, set by members of the 1938 Cleveland Indians, who had done so at 700 feet, with balls dropped from a building.
Indians executive Hank Greenberg was not happy about the trade and neither was Maris, who said that he could not stand Lane.
In 1965, the Indians traded pitcher Tommy John, who would go on to win 288 games in his career, and 1966 Rookie of the Year Tommy Agee to the White Sox to get Colavito back.
The 1970s were not much better, with the Indians trading away several future stars, including Graig Nettles, Dennis Eckersley, Buddy Bell and 1971 Rookie of the Year Chris Chambliss, for a number of players who made no impact.
The Indians traded fireballer " Sudden Sam " McDowell for Perry, who became the first Indian pitcher to win the Cy Young Award.
Eventually, the Indians traded Barker to the Atlanta Braves for Brett Butler and Brook Jacoby, who would become mainstays of the team for the remainder of the decade.
Former Indians 1B and later manager Mike Hargrove, who won 5 American League Central Division | A. L.
Many of those players came from the Indians ' new AAA farm team, the Charlotte Knights, who won the International League title that year.
In 2000, Larry Dolan bought the Indians for $ 320 million from Richard Jacobs, who, along with his late brother David, had paid $ 45 million for the club in 1986.
After the departures of Ramírez and Sandy Alomar, Jr., the Indians signed Ellis Burks and former MVP Juan González, who helped the team win the Central division with a 91 – 71 record.
The Mariners, who won a MLB record-tying 116 games that season, had a strong bullpen, and Indians manager Charlie Manuel had already pulled many of his starters with the game seemingly out of reach.
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There, when I had been introduced to the art of the Indians ' nine symbols through remarkable teaching, knowledge of the art very soon pleased me above all else and I came to understand it.
The winningest season in franchise history came in, when the Indians finished the season with a record of 111-43 (. 721 ).
One of the highlights came on August 5, when the Indians completed the biggest comeback in MLB History.
However, the season came to an end as the Indians went on to lose six of their last seven games, five of them by one run, missing the playoffs by only two games.
The biggest news of the season came on July 30 when the Indians traded four prospects for Colorado Rockies star pitcher, Ubaldo Jiménez.
* Indians, most of them from Hyderabad, came as merchants after the opening of the Suez Canal in 1870 ; many others migrated as workers after the closure of the frontier with Spain in 1969 to replace Spanish ones.
As June came to a close, the Brewers made their biggest move for playoff contention as they traded 4 prospects, most notably Matt LaPorta, to the Cleveland Indians for CC Sabathia.
When navigation became difficult, Cabot turned back, but only after obtaining some silver objects that the Indians said came from a land far to the west.
Tensions between royal authorities and settlers came to a head in 1720 over the status of the Jesuits, whose efforts to organize the Indians had denied the settlers easy access to Indian labor.
The first recorded settlement of the Territory was by Arawak Indians who came from South America, in around 100 BC.
It soon came to light that the SPI was corrupt and failing to protect Indians, their lands, and, culture.
The first European contact came in 1810 when the Spanish army was ordered to attack the Suisin Indians.
These first paleo-indians were nomadic hunter / gatherers who did not establish any permanent settlers and they eventually gave way to the " archaic people " who were the ancestors of the Indians who came in contact with the Spaniards when they arrived on the peninsula.
# The name came from a word meaning " Land of the Euchee ," from the Euchee Indians who migrated into the area after the Timucua Indian cultures faded away in the early 1700s.
In South Africa, under Apartheid, the term township ( or location ) in everyday usage, came to mean a residential development that confined non-whites ( Blacks, " coloureds ," and Indians ) living near or working in white-only communities.
He crossed the Indus and waged war with Sandrocottus, king of the Indians, who dwelt on the banks of that stream, until Seleucus lost the war and they came to an understanding with each other and contracted a marriage relationship.
When English settlers arrived at Jamestown in 1607, they soon came into conflict with the Native Americans ( whom they called " Indians ") as the newcomers competed for land, game and other resources.
The Catawba Indians claimed all the present Lancaster County when the first pioneers came in the early 1750s and settled between Rum Creek and Twelve Mile Creek.
This came about when Los Alamos County was created ; the land that became the exclave would have been part of Los Alamos but was excluded owing to its sacred status among the local Indians.
The Mississippian Indians met Hernando DeSoto when he explored North Mississippi and, traditionally, came through DeSoto County.