The arm of my father was raised on the side of the Yengeese, to-day; yet they give him no seat it their council-fire!
I thank the Manitou, that one is here to fill my place at the council-fire.
Take heed, you Mohawks, and you Cayuga war-chiefs and sachems, that you do no violence to this council-fire!
He has cleared a path to this spring, and to this council-fire.
Squatting on the grass, the girls made a circle round their council-fire.
The council at his council-fire must be a great council—it has much to say.
The boys squatted on the hearth-rug as solemnly as Indians around a council-fire.
Well, you will hear about it when we sit together at the council-fire.
The council-fire is covered at Onondaga; but it shall burn again at Thendara.
Has not Schuyler held a council-fire and talked with belts to the entire confederacy?