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" ... submitted to the yoke of the conquerors and elected to remain among them, have become heads of families after the deaths of their Masters, or have married. Although they lead a tolerably easy life, they are looked upon as slaves, and have no voice,... "
The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the ... - Página 307
editado por - 1899
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American Anthropologist

1925
...p. 293 (1656) we read that some Iroquois slaves are those who "have fallen into slavery after being the richest and the most esteemed in their own villages,...no other reward from their masters in exchange for the ceaseless labor and sweat than food and shelter"; perhaps unredeemed by their own tribesmen because...
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Bitter Feast: Amerindians and Europeans in Northeastern North America, 1600-64

Denys Delâge - 1993 - 399 páginas
...are looked upon as slaves, and have no voice, either active or passive, in the public Councils. The second class are those who have fallen into slavery...have not yet found a husband among the Iroquois, are constantly exposed to the danger of losing their honors or their lives through the brutal lechery or...
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Iroquois Wars II: Extracts from the Jesuit Relations and Other Primary ...

Anthony P. Schiavo, Jr., Claudio R. Salvucci - 2020 - 416 páginas
...are looked upon as slaves, and have no voice, either active or passive, in the public Councils. The second class are those who have fallen into slavery...have not yet found a husband among the Iroquois, are constantly exposed to the danger of losing their honors or their lives through the brutal lechery or...
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