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Identifier: arcticresearches01hall
Title: Arctic researches, and life amongst the Esquimaux
Year: 1865 (1860s)
Authors: Hall, Charles Francis, 1821-1871
Subjects: Franklin, John, Sir, 1786-1847 Eskimos
Publisher: New York, Harper

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y fur stockings had turn into damp from per-spiration, consequently my feet have been nearly frozen. Every single few min-utes I was necessitated to jump and thrash myself—to do any-point I could to maintain my limbs from frostbites. • llow intently I watched every single adjust in Nukertou! A single,two, three, 4, 5, six, seven did I gradually count in the inter-vals of her breathing, and these growing to even double thatnumber. At final I could count nineteen between her inspirations,but her respirations were quick and prolonged—irregular. Atlength Nukertou ceased to reside. I exclaimed, Shes dead! Re-ceive back»hcr spirit, I pray thee, God, for she is Thine. I placed the lamp just before her face. She breathed not. Andthere I sat on the platform, of snow by her side, her disheveledlocks matted and tangled with reindeer hair, falling in wilddisor- 190 ARCTIC Analysis EXPEDITION. der more than her tattooed brow. I named to her, ISTukertou! Nuker-tou! but no response came back. The silence o^ the dead aloneremained.

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THE DYUiU I CK-EK-TOU. I now left for one more element of the island, to call her cousinKoodloo. He was asleep in an igloo, and, on awaking him, he ac-companied me back. But I could uncover no 1 prepared to lend ahelping hand no a single would touch the dead. I therefore determ-ined to lay the corpse out myself. Koodloo would do nothingbut hold the lamp, and I had to carry out the complete. I put her ona snow bed, crossed her hands upon her breast, closed her lips,and placed lumps of the pure snows of heaven upon her eyelids,with a snow pillow under her head. This carried out, I then left forthe ship, possessing initial taken the precaution to seal up the igloo soas to stop the dogs from consuming up her remains. It was three in the morning when Nukertou died, and as Ileft her, so did her physique remain, unvisited, uncared-for, withinthat igloo tomb! My journal continues: It may as well be here stated whatoccurred in Nukertous igloo on the arrival of my worthwhile andesteemed friend Tookoolito, when her husband inf

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Image from web page 176 of “Missionary Visitor, The (1905)” (1905)
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Title: Missionary Visitor, The (1905)
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Brethren’s Common Missionary and Tract Committee
Subjects: Church of the Brethren Priodicals Church of the Brethren- Missions
Publisher: Elgin, Ill.: Brethren Publishing Residence

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e, Jesus—its me! &ltg» &lt$ » ♦♦♦ Oh Lord, how long wilt thou endure!Believe of it, brother! In the UnitedStates the powerful drink bill is ,464,887,-598. In this awful waste of funds followclosely in its wake crimes, pauperism,loss of labor and life which according togood authority reaches ,678,504,964more. More than and against all this standsthe paltry revenue which the govern-ment receives for the manufacturing ofthis demon-creating stuff,—1,000,487,leaving the United States via herpeople each in state and property a net lossof ,002,392,075. *■ *• * The Kaffirs who came with our trans-ports said to the English officer incharge of the cattle. Why are theymaking all that noise? He replied, They are worshiping God. Who is God? mentioned the Kaffir, for they knownothing about a God. God made thisworld, mentioned the officer, and they wor-ship God since they want to go toheaven, which is a very very good location. Heaven is a extremely good spot, . saidthe Kaffir. then why English not annex

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A Tattooed Maori Chief, NewZealand.Iheaven! The Kaffir believed that theEnglish annexed everything very good, andtherefore ought to annex heaven. Hisidea seems to have been to have annexedheaven to this earth, but Christ set upHis cross on Calvary as the sign thatHe had annexed this planet to heaven.Oh, boys, we want to enlist you as goodsoldiers of Jesus Christ, to assist in auto-rying out that annexation of this worldfor Christ.—The Bombay Guardian.* * * It is money, money, funds all thetime, says Skinflint Jones. I neverhear anything else. Really most likely. Henever thinks of anything else, and heis never ever aroused from his stupor inchurch except when the preacher men-tions income. Then he claps his hanaover the proper pocket and straightens up.It is a fact, he never hears anything else. i68 THE MISSIONARY VISITOR [March, 1905

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Title: Missionary travels and researches in South Africa : including a sketch of sixteen years’ residence in the interior of Africa, and a journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Loanda, on the west coast, thence across the continent, down the river Zambesi, to the eastern ocean
Year: 1857 (1850s)
Authors: Livingstone, David, 1813-1873 Arrowsmith, John, 1790-1873, ill Want, Henry, ill Whymper, Josiah Wood, 1813-1903, ill Picken, Thomas, d. 1870, lithographer Livingstone, David, 1813-1873, inscriber. DSI Vavasseur, Mrs., fl. 1857, former owner. DSI Thesiger, Wilfred, 1910- former owner. DSI Moffat, Robert, 1795-1883, annotator. DSI Larkins, J., binder. DSI Howell, Marmaduke G., former owner. DSI Cooke, Robert, former owner. DSI Day &amp Son., lithographer T. &amp R. Annan, photographer. DSI William Clowes and Sons, printer St. Leonards School, former owner. DSI Russell E. Train Africana Collection (Smithsonian Institution. Libraries) DSI
Subjects: Livingstone, David, 1813-1873 Missions
Publisher: London : J. Murray

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No. 1. A Londa ladys mode of wearing the hair. shoulders, together with their general characteristics, again remindedme of the ancient Egyptians. A number of were observed with the upwardinclination of the outer angles of the eyes, but this was notgeneral. A few of the ladies adopt a curious custom of attachingthe hair to a hoop which encircles the head, giving it somewhatthe appearance of the glory round the head of the Virgin (wood-cut No. 1). Some have a little hoop behind that represented inthe woodcut. Others put on an ornament of woven hair and hideadorned with beads. The hair of the tails of buffaloes, whichare to be found additional east, is at times added. This is 2 G 450 MODES OF DRESSING THE HAIR. Chap. XXIT, represented in No. two. Whilst others, as in No. 3, weave theirown hair on pieces of hide into the type of buffalo-horns, or,

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as in No. 4, make a single horn in front. The features givenare frequently met with, but they are by no means universal.Many tattoo their bodies by inserting some . black substance

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