|Title:||Haw-Ho-Noo; or, Records of a Tourist|
|Publisher:||Lippincott, Grambo and Co.|
|Tags:||non-fiction, travel, U.S.A., Iroquois Indians|
The word Haw-ho-noo was originally applied to America by the Iroquois Indians, and signifies the country upheld on the back of a turtle; and my reasons for employing it on the present occasion are simply these—a portion of the volume is devoted to the traditionary lore of the Aborigines, and the whole has reference to my native land.
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