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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, A book of American explorers, chapter 1 (search)
, and moderate in all things. Iii.—Leif finds vines, and goes back to Greenland. one evening it chanced that a man was wanting of their people; and this was Tyrker, the Southerner. German. Leif took this very ill; for Tyrker had been long with his parents, and loved Leif much in his childhood. Leif now chid his people shTyrker had been long with his parents, and loved Leif much in his childhood. Leif now chid his people sharply, and made ready to fare forth to seek him, and twelve men with him. But when they had gone a little way, there came Tyrker to meet them, and was joyfully received. Leif found at once that his old friend was somewhat out of his mind: he was bustling and unsteady-eyed, freckled in face, little and wizened in growth, but a manTyrker to meet them, and was joyfully received. Leif found at once that his old friend was somewhat out of his mind: he was bustling and unsteady-eyed, freckled in face, little and wizened in growth, but a man of skill in all arts. Then said Leif to him, Why wert thou so late, my fosterer, Foster-father, or perhaps foster-brother. and separated from the party? He talked at first a long while in German, and rolled many ways his eyes, and twisted his face; but they skilled not what he said. He said then in Norse, after a time, I w
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, A book of American explorers, Index. (search)
29-266. Snorri, 14. Southey's History of Brazil, 96. Sparks, Jared, 142. Spicer, Edward, 191. Stadacona (Quebec), 104. Staffe, Philip, 302. Stafford, Master, 192. Standish, Miles, 312-319. Stowe, John, 57. Strachey, William, 200, 202, 222, 230, 245. Stukely, Sir, Thomas, 263. T. Taignoagny, 105, 106, 107, 109, 110. Tellez, Captain, 77, 81. Theodoro, Don, 76. Thomas, John, 298, 300, 301. Thorvald, 10-12. Tilley, Edward, 314, 319. Tobacco used by Indians, 336. Tyrker, 8. U. Ucita, 127, 128 129, 130. V. Vaca, Cabeza (or Cabeca) de, Voyage of, 71-94, 122. Vasconselos, Andrew de, 122, 124. Verrazzano, John de, Letter of, 60-69, 54 99. Vetamatomakkin, 261. Vinland, 2, 9, 10. Virginia, Colonies in, 186, 189, 229, 263. W. Wassenaer's Historie van Europa, 280. Water of New England, The, 349. Waymouth, Captain, George, Voyage of, 202, 213-221. Welcome, Englishmen! 333. White, Governor, John, 189, 196. Whittier's Norsem