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"I know of no subject, save perhaps baseball, on which the average American newspaper, even in the larger cities, discourses with unfailing sense and understanding"
“We certainly were stunned to see the things we saw. And we were shamed at, the laughing people laughed at our loin-cloths of beaten bark. None but us on the big path worn that old thing of beaten bark. All wore the things bought of the white man. We felt shame. And none spoke our speech.”