"Thanks, paleface," he said with an accent of profound gratitude.
After a time she began to tell the paleface the things she had learned.
These Indians learned to respect him as a man more than any other "paleface" known to the times.
He was told that some of his cowardly "braves" had stolen the paleface's kettles.
She did show some small emotions which paleface girls displayed.
The blood of one paleface ought to suffice for the blood of one Bethuck.
Brothers, our grounds are gone, and the plow of the paleface will soon turn up the bones of our fathers.
No trappers or Indians came there, but one day in winter a paleface came.
Laughing Eyes left her moccasin in the wigwam of her paleface friends.
The Shawanoe may fall and never see his paleface brothers again.