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Iu Otoshki-Kikindiuin au Tebeniminvng Gaie Bemajiinvng Jesus Chris...

By: Hall, Sherman, 1800-1879; Blatchford, Henry

Translated by Sherman Hall. Also attributed to Henry Blatchford

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Ojibwa Texts

By: Jones, William
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Stone Age Paintings

By: Dewdney, Selwyn H
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

By: Lewis Carroll

Excerpt: Down the Rabbit Hole Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank, and of having nothing to do: once or twice she had peeped into the book her sister was reading, but it had no pictures or conversations in it, `and what is the use of a book,' thought Alice `without pictures or conversation?' So she was considering in her own mind (as well as she could, for the hot day made her feel very sleepy and stupid), whether the pleasure of ma...

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The Tailor of Gloucester

By: Beatrix Potter

Excerpt: In the time of swords and periwigs and full- skirted coats with flowered lappets- when gentlemen wore ruffles lappets- when gentlemen wore ruffles and gold -laced waistcoats of padusoy and taffeta there lived a tailor in Gloucester...

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The Wise Mamma Goose

By: Charlotte B. Herr

Excerpt: The Wise Mamma Goose. Mamma Goose was trying to think it was so noisy there that she could because it was so noisy there that she could not collect her wits and had hidden herself between the rows of tall red holly hollyhocks which border one side of the garden...

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The Yellow Fairy Book

By: Andrew Lang

Excerpt: THE Editor thinks that children will readily forgive him for publishing another Fairy Book. We have had the Blue, the Red, the Green, and here is the Yellow. If children are pleased, and they are as kind as to say that they are pleased, the Editor does not care very much for what other people may say. Now, there is one gentleman who seems to think that it is not quite right to print so many fairy tales, with pictures, and to publish them in red and blue covers. ...

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Publications of the American Ethnological Society, Volume Vii, Par...

By: Jones, William
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Publications of the American Ethnological Society, Volume Vii; Oji...

By: Jones, William
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Algonquian (Fox) : An Illustrative Sketch

By: William Jones, Truman Michelson

First published under title: Mes souvenirs de vingt ans

Frederick II, King of Prussia, 1712-1786

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Ojibwa Texts Collected by William Jones : Volume 7

By: Jones, William, 1871-1909; Michelson, Truman, 1879-1938
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Ojibwa Myths and Tales

By: Laidlaw, George E
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The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson Vailima Edition

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

Excerpt: Catriona being memoirs of the further adventures of David Balfour at home and abroad in which are set forth his misfortunes anent the appin murder; his troubles with lord advocate grant; captivity on the bass rock; journey into Holland and France; and singular relations with James more Drummond or MacGregor, a son of the notorious Rob Roy, and his daughter Catriona. Written by himself, and now set forth by...

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The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson Vailima Edition

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

Excerpt: In February, 1876, we were living in Paris, a little family of four my mother, my sister Isobel, whom I considered as grownup, though she was but a few years older than myself, my brother Hervey, and I. I was eight; Hervey, a lovely little fellow with long golden curls, was five. We were miserably poor; it seems to me that I was always hungry; I can remember yet how I used to glue myself to the bakers' windows and stare longingly at the bread within. Then my lit...

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The Wouldbegoods

By: Edith Nesbit

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The Pinky Winky Dog Book

By: Dorothy Whipple Fry

Excerpt: THE NICEST PUP. It isn't every little child who owns a dog like me A puppy of such talents and of such a high degree.

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The Tale of Benjamin Bunny

By: Beatrix Potter

Excerpt: One morning a little rabbit sat on a bank He Pricked his ears and listened to the trir -tror, trittrot of a pony...

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Raggedy Ann's Alphabet Book

By: Johnny Gruelle

Excerpt: ELVES AND FAIRIES. On summer evenings after old mister Sunhas sent up his last golden rays to the fleecy clouds and the gentle dusk of evening settles over all the tiny fireflies creep up to the tops of the blades of grass,...

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Raggedy Ann in Cookie Land

By: Johnny Gruelle

Excerpt: Raggedy Ann and Reggedy Andy turned over and over as they fell part of the time raggedy Ann was on top and part of the time raggedy Andy was on top.

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The Wild Indian

By: George Bird Grinnell

Excerpt: IF after a long period the Indian problem remains a problem still, it is because we have no sufficient knowledge of the people we are striving to teach. The solution of the problem is not to be reached until the stronger race shall understand the weaker, and, in the light of that understanding, shall deal with it wisely and well. I say this with the more confidence because for many years I have lived with the plains people in their homes, engaging in their pursu...

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