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" Indian corn, and beans of last year's growth, and there lay near the house for the purpose of drying, enough to load three ships, besides what was growing in the fields. On our coming into the house, two mats were spread out to sit upon, and... "
Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution - Сторінка 515
автори: Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1893
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New-York Historical Society - 1841
...being built with an arched roof. It contained a great quantity of maize or Indian corn and beans of the last year's growth, and there lay near the house for...three ships, besides what was growing in the fields. On our coming into the house, two mats were spread out to sit upon, and immediately some food was served...
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Bulletin, Випуски 143 – 145

1910
...giving the latitude1 as 42° 18', Hudson wrote : I saw there a house well constructed of oak bark ... a great quantity of maize or Indian corn and beans...three ships, besides what was growing in the fields. In the journal of Robert Juet,3 mate on the Half Moon, is a statement under date of September 4, 1609,...
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The Empire State: A History of New York

Milton M. Klein - 2005 - 837 стор.
...the appearance of having a vaulted ceiling. It contained a great quantity of maize, and beans of the last year's growth, and there lay near the house for...three ships, besides what was growing in the fields. On our coming near the house, two mats were spread out to sit upon, and immediately some food was served...
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Ecology of North America

Eric G. Bolen - 1998 - 464 стор.
...central New York, for example, Henry Hudson (?-I61 1) saw a stockpile of Indian-grown crops that was "enough to load three ships, besides what was growing in the fields." Other references also mention large quantities of corn grown by Indians: 5,652,640 liters (160,000...
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City at the Water's Edge: A Natural History of New York

Betsy McCully - 2007 - 185 стор.
...use. An account by Henry Hudson describes an Indian house "which contained a great quantity of maize, and beans of last year's growth, and there lay near...three ships, besides what was growing in the fields." 26 According to evidence from archaeological sites, the Lenapes grew a northern variety of corn known...
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Henry Hudson: Dreams and Obsession ; [the Tragic Legacy of the New World's ...

Corey Sandler - 2008 - 431 стор.
...men and 17 women; these I saw there in a house well constructed of oak bark, and circular in shape. There lay near the house for the purpose of drying,...three ships, besides what was growing in the fields. On our coming into the house, two mats were spread out to sit upon, and immediately some food was served...
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The Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America, Том 1

John Fiske - 1900
...being well built, with an arched roof. It contained a great quantity of maize . . . and beans of the last year's growth, and there lay near the house for...three ships, besides what was growing in the fields. On our coming into the house, two mats were spread out to sit upon, and immediately some food was Indian...
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