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    riority and d●efer to it, whether established by u■sage and prescription, or the re■sult of personal endowment. Yet each man, whethe■r of high or low degree, had a voice in t■he conduct of affairs, and was n●ever for a moment divorced f

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    rom his wild spirit ●of independence. Where there was no property ■worthy the name, authority lxv had no fulcrum ●and no hold. The constant aim of s■achems and chiefs was to exercise ■it without seeming to do so.● They had no insignia of offi●ce

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. They were no richer than ot●hers; indeed, they were often poorer, spending■ their substance in largesses and br■ibes to strengthen their influence.● They hunted and fished for s■ubsistence; they were as foul, gre●asy,

and unsavory as the rest; yet in them●, withal, was often seen a native dignity ■of bearing, which ochre and bea●r's grease could not hide, and ■which comported well with their strong, s■ymmetrical, and sometimes maj■estic proportions. To the institutions, t■raditions, rites, usages, an■d festivals of the

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league the Iroquois was● inseparably wedded. He clung to them with ●Indian tenacity; and he clings to● them still. His political fa●bric was one of ancient ideas and prac■tices, crystallized into regular●

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and enduring forms. In its component par●ts it has nothing peculiar to its■elf. All its elements are found● in other tribes: most of them belon■g to the whole Indian race. Undoubtedly th■ere was a distinc

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