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Courtesy of The callrecoder American Bureau of Ethnology.]BOYS' BOOK OFINDIAN WARRIORSANDHEROIC INDIAN WOMENBYEDWIN L. JACOBS & COMPANYPUBLISHERS Copyright, 1918, by George W. Jacobs & Company All rights reserved Printed in U. for them, their day is o'er, Their fires are out on hill and shore; No more for them the wild deer bounds, The plough is on their hunting grounds; The pale man's axe rings through their woods, The pale man's sail skims o'er their floods, Their pleasant springs are dry; CHARLES SPRAGUE.FOREWORDWhen the white race came into the country of the red race, the red race long had had their own ways of living and their own code of right and wrong.
They were red, but they were thinking men and women, not mere animals.The white people brought their ways, which were different from the Indians' ways. So the two races could not live together.To the white people, many methods of the Indians were wrong; to the Indians, many of the white people's methods were wrong.
The white people won the rulership, because they had upon their side a civilization stronger than the loose civilization of the red people, and were able to carry out their plans.The white Americans formed one nation, with one language; callrecoder the red Americans formed many nations, with many languages.The Indian fought as he had always fought, and callrecoder ninety nine times out of one hundred he firmly believed that callrecoder he was enforcing the right. The white man fought after his own custom and sometimes after the Indian's custom also; and not infrequently he knew that he was enforcing a wrong.Had the Indians been enabled to act all together, they would have held their land, just as the Americans of today would hold their land against the invader.Of course, the Indian was not wholly right, and the white man was not wholly wrong. There is much to be said, callrecoder by either, and there were brave chiefs and warriors on both sides.This book is written according to the Indian's view callrecoder of matters, so that we may be better callrecoder acquainted with his thoughts.