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Three years' travels throughout [!] the interior parts of North America, for ... - Seite 29
von Jonathan Carver - 1813 - 280 Seiten
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Three Years Travels Throughout the Interior Parts of North America: For More ...

Jonathan Carver, John Coakley Lettsom - 1802 - 312 Seiten
...wliich they grow, and knead them into a pafte. This they are ' enabled to do without the addition of any liquid, by the milk that flows from them ; and...leaves Of the baflwood tree, place them in hot embers, where they are foon baked. And better flavored bread I never ate in any country. This place is only...
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Chambers's pocket miscellany

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1852
...to which they grow, and knead them into a paste. This they are enabled to do without the addition of any liquid, by the milk that flows from them; and...it is effected, they parcel it out into cakes, and, enclosing them in leaves of the basswoodtree, place them in hot embers, where they are soon baked....
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Chambers' Home Book, Or Pocket Miscellany: Containing a Choice Selection of ...

William Chambers - 1853
...to which they grow, and knead them into a paste. This they are enabled to do without the addition of any liquid, by the milk that flows from them ; and...it is effected, they parcel it out into cakes, and enclosing them in leaves of the bass woodtree, place them in hot embers, where they are soon baked....
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Chambers's Pocket Miscellany, Bände 7-8

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1854
...to which they grow, and knead them into a paste. This they are enabled to do without the addition of any liquid, by the milk that flows from them; and...it is effected, they parcel it out into cakes, and, enclosing them in leaves of the basswoodtree, place them in hot embers, where they are soon baked....
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The pictorial family encyclopedia of history, biography and travels ...

John Frost - 1854 - 648 Seiten
...to which they grow, and kneed them into a paste. This they are enabled to do without the addition of any liquid, by the milk that flows from them ; and...it is effected, they parcel it out into cakes, and, enclosing them in the leaves of the basswood-tree, place them in hot embers, where they are soon baked....
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The Food of Certain American Indians and Their Methods of Preparing it

Lucien Carr - 1895 - 38 Seiten
...which they grew, and knead them into a paste. This, we are told, can be done " without the addition of any liquid, by the milk that flows from them ; and...it is effected, they parcel it out into cakes, and inclosing them in leaves place them in hot embers where they are soon baked,"2 or else they boil them....
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Band 10

American Antiquarian Society - 1895
...which they grew, and knead them into a paste. This, we are told, can bo done " without the addition of any liquid, by the milk that flows from them ; and...it is effected, they parcel it out into cakes, and inclosing them in leaves place them in hot embers where they are soon baked,"2 or else .they boil them....
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Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants

Arthur Caswell Parker - 1910 - 119 Seiten
...O'gaserho'da is the Mohawk name. of these cakes he said that they were ". . . made without the addition of any liquid by the milk that flows from them ; and...when it is effected they parcel it out into cakes and enclosing them with leaves place them in the hot embers where they soon bake." Cracked undried corn,...
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Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants

Arthur Caswell Parker - 1910 - 119 Seiten
...Mohawk name. of these cakes he said that they were ". . . made without the addition of any liquid toy the milk that flows from them ; and when it is effected they parcel it out into cakes and enclosing them with leaves place them in the hot embers where they soon bake." Cracked undried corn,...
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Museum Bulletin, Ausgaben 141-144

1910
...O'gaserho'da is the Mohawk name. of these cakes he said that they were ". . . made without the addition of any liquid by the milk that flows from them ; and...when it is effected they parcel it out into cakes and enclosing them with leaves place them in the hot embers where they soon bake." Cracked undried corn,...
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