Backward With Purpose Part I: Always and Always by Deadwoodpecker reviews AU. Harry, Ron, and Ginny send themselves back in time to avoid the destruction of everything they hold dear, and the deaths of everyone they love.
They have frequently given to the world such crude and indigested statements, after having visited a few ancient works, or, heard the idle tales of persons incompetent to describe them, that intelligent persons residing on the very spot, would never suspect what works were intended to be described.
It has somehow happened, that one traveller has seen an ancient work, which was once a place of amusement for those who erected it, and he concludes, that none but such were ever found in the whole country.
Another in his journey sees a mound of earth with a semicircular pavement on the east of it; at once he proclaims it to the world as his firm belief, that ALL our ancient works were places of devotion, dedicated to the worship of the Sun.
A succeeding tourist falls in with an ancient military fortress, and thence concludes that ALL our ancient works were raised for military purposes. One person finds something about these works of English origin, and, without hesitation, admits the supposition that they were erected by a colony of Welchmen.
Others again, find articles in and near these ancient works, evidently belonging to the Indians, to people of European origin, and to that Scythian race of men who erected al our mounds of earth and stones.
They find, too, articles scattered about and blended together, which belonged not only to different nations, but to different eras of time, remote from each other -- they are lost in a labyrinth of doubt. Drake, of Cincinnati, and some few others, are honourable exceptions to that class of writers above described; men of exalted talents both natural and acquired, who have attempted to describe only such works as they have carefully examined.
The former gentleman has recently published "A memoir on the Antiquities of the Western Parts of Newyork.
Brackenridge has examined with great care, and described with fidelity, many of the most interesting ruins of antiquity, which are found in the Western States and Territories; whilst Dr.
Drake has thrown much light on these remains, in his valuable "Picture of Cincinnati and the Miami Country. Those belonging to Indians. To people of European origin; -- and 3. Those of that people who raised our ancient forts and tumuli. Permit me here to premise, that in order to arrive at a result which shall be, to a certain extent, satisfactory to the candid inquirer after truth, it is necessary, not only to examine with care, and describe with fidelity, those Antiquities which are found in Ohio, but occasionally to cast a glance at those, found in other States, especially whenever they evidently, in common with ours, belong to the same people and the same era of time.
Antiquities of Indians of the present race. Those Antiquities, which, in the strict sense of the term, belong to the North American Indians, are neither numerous nor very interesting. Hildreth of Marietta, Ohio, have been described with great accuracy the Antiquities at the place last mentioned.
Such writers, like the great luminary of day, give a steady light, on which we can place dependence; whilst the common herd of scribblers on this subject, resemble the ignis fatuus, which the poet says, "leads to bewilder, and dazzles to blind. He who wishes to find traces of Indian settlements, either numerous, or worthy of his notice, must visit the shore of the Atlantic, or the banks of the larger rivers, emptying themselves into it, on the eastern side of the Alleghanies.
The sea spreads out a continual feast before men in a savage state, little versed in the arts of civilized life, who look upon all pursuits as degrading to their dignity as men, except such as belong either to war or the chase.
Having once found the ocean, there they fix their abode, and. There they cast their lines, drag their nets, or rake up the shell fishes. Into the sea, they drive the bounding roe with their dogs, and pursue him through the waves in their canoes. When they are compelled to leave the sea, they follow up the larger streams, where their finny prey abounds in every brook, and the deer, the bear, the elk, the moose, or the buffalo feeds on every hill.
Whatever the earth or water spontaneously produces, they take, and are satisfied.Frank Silva was a set decorator who worked on the pilot episode.
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