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The leaves of the _coca_, also of the _thorn apple_, are smoked or chewed by the South American Indian.
Object Lessons on the Human Body A Transcript of Lessons Given in the Primary Department of School No. 49, New York City Sarah F. Buckelew
When a traveller reproached the women of one of the South American Indian tribes for the practice of infanticide, McLennan says he was met by the retort, Men have no business to meddle with womens affairs.
The South American Indian fighting was of the same hazardous character, and the Indian campaigns were fraught with the same wearing fatigue, and marked by the same risk and wild adventure, as in the case of our own Indian campaigns.
Observe -- to your astonishment you are not sea-sick: the other passengers suffer dreadfully; one young dandy puffs furiously at a cigar in bravado, until he sends it over the side, like an arrow from the blow-pipe of a South American Indian.
Olla Podrida Frederick Marryat 1820
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