This saved her from her worst suffering; for she had no covering but a thin tunic, which left her legs and arms bare, and exposed her at night to
Crowds gathered from the neighboring towns to gaze on the man whom they had known as a scorned and abused slave, and who now appeared among them as
These Canadian tribes were undergoing that process of extermination, absorption, or expatriation, which, as there is reason to believe, had for many
His desperation gave him strength; and, by working the boat to and fro, he pushed it at length, little by little, into the water, entered it, and
He went from town to town, giving absolution to the Christian captives, and converting and baptizing the heathen. Previously in The Jesuits in North
The children now profited by the examples of their parents, and amused themselves by placing live coals and red-hot ashes on the naked bodies of the
In the early morning of the second of August, 1642, twelve Huron canoes were moving slowly along the northern shore of the expansion of the St.