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" ... historical records, that the people who once occupied the Continent of America were not savages. With an interest perhaps stronger than we had ever felt in wandering among the ruins of Egypt, we followed our guide, who, sometimes missing his way,... "
Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan - Sidan 102
efter John Lloyd Stephens - 1842
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Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal, Volym 75

1842
...America were not savages. With an interest perhaps stronger Iban we had ever felt in wandering- amonu: the ruins of Egypt, we followed our guide, who, sometimes...constant and vigorous use of his machete conducted ns through the thick forest, amnn^ half buried fragments, to fourteen monuments of the same character...
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The Quarterly review, Volym 69

1842
...emblematical devices, which he called an altar. The sight of this monument put at rest at once and for ever, in our minds, all uncertainty in regard to the character...guide, who, sometimes missing his way, with a constant use of his machete conducted us through the thick forest, among half-buried fragments, to fourteen...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volym 41; Volym 75

1842
...not only as the remains of an unknown people, but as works of art — proving, like newlv discovered historical records, that the people who once occupied...machete conducted us through the, thick forest, among half buried fragments, to fourteen monuments of the same character and appearance ; some with more...
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The Saturday magazine

1842
...interesting, not only as the remains of an unknown people, but as works of art, proving like newly -discovered historical records, that the people who once occupied...missing his way, with a constant and vigorous use of his matchete, con ucted us through the thick forest, among half-buried fragments, to fourteen monuments...
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The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and ..., Volym 2

1842
...people, but as works of art, proving, like newly-discovered historical records, that the people who pace occupied the Continent of America were not savages....guide, who, sometimes missing his way, with a constant use of his machete conducted us through the thick forest, among half-buried fragments, to fourteen,...
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The Manners, Customs, and Antiquities of the Indians of North and ..., Volym 12

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1844 - 336 sidor
...not only as the remains of an unknown people, but as works of art ; proving, like newly discovered historical records, that the people who once occupied...guide, who, sometimes missing his way, with a constant use of his machete, conducted us through the thick forest, among half buried fragments, to fourteen...
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The History of Illinois, from Its First Discovery and Settlement to the ...

Henry Brown - 1844 - 492 sidor
...art; provintr like newly discovered historical records, that the people who once occupied the Contment of America, were not savages. With an interest, perhaps...among the ruins of Egypt, we followed our guide, who conducted us through the forest, among halfburied fragments, to fourteen monuments, of the same character...
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The History of Illinois, from Its First Discovery and Settlement to the ...

Henry Brown - 1844 - 492 sidor
...the Continent of America, were not savages. With an interest, perhaps stronger than we had ever folt in wandering among the ruins of Egypt, we followed our guide, who conducted us through the forest, among halfburied fragments, to fourteen monuments, of the same character...
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Baptist Magazine and Literary Review, Volym 47

1855
...proving, like newly-dis1 covered historical records, that the ' people who once occupied the ccn1 tinent of America were not savages. ' With an interest perhaps...sometimes missing ' his way, with a constant and vigorous 1 use of his machete, ^conducted us ' through the thick forest, among half 1 buried fragments, to fourteen...
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The Spanish Conquest in America: And Its Relation to the History of ..., Volym 3

Sir Arthur Helps - 1857
...different design, unlike any thing we had ever seen before, and the Hides were covered with hieroglyphics With an interest perhaps stronger than we had ever felt in wandering over the ruins of Egypt, we followed our guide, who, sometimes missing his way, with a constant and...
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