Here they were well received by the indigenes of this Colombian territory.
After dinner he sat on the porch of the inn for several hours, talking to a number of the indigenes and making copious notes.
The lower class of the population consist almost entirely of the indigenes of the adjacent island.
Geologists assure us that he was not among the indigenes, for even the most recent strata yield no remains of his bones or teeth.
Here we have a bazaar of Banda, and there a hut of the indigenes of Buitzenzorg in the interior of the fertile island of Java.
Less stately, but scarce more shy, indigenes are the hares, lineal descendants of those which gave sport to Oliver Cromwell.
No more comprehensive, sound, and critical work on the indigenes of America has ever been written.
As the indigenes rise in the scale, have clearings and cultivate the soil, the resistance increases.
So are rival colonizing powers usually more formidable opponents to the acquisition of a country than its indigenes.
The conquest of the indigenes by introduced organisms shows that the indigenes were not perfectly adapted, see Origin, Ed.