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"War in the Americas is no more deadly than our jousting, or than many European children's games." Chapter 1, pg. 14

"Here is the God of the Christians...in honor of this God...we shall please Him and He will order the Christians to leave us unharmed...so be it, so be it." Chapter 4, pg. 28

"He chose to go to hell to ensure that he would never again have to clap eyes on those cruel brutes." Chapter 4, pg. 28

"These are the roads we have traveled to go and offer to work for the Christians, and, however hard the work, we thought to return in time to out homes and to out wives and children. That expectation is now a thing of the past, and we know that this trip will be our last." Chapter 5, pg. 38

"The Christians seized all the maize the local had grown for themselves and their own...

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