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Admiral Fox decides that the island of discovery was neither San Salvador nor Watling's island, but the Samana island of the same group.
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This was in the Bay of Samana, which Columbus called "The Bay of Arrows," from the skirmish or quarrel which took place there.
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This method of applying Columbus's words in detail to refute each of the alleged tracks, and the study that I gave to the subject in the winter of 1878-79 in the Bahamas, which has been familiar cruising ground to me, has resulted in the selection of Samana or Atwood's Key for the first landing place.
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Turk is smaller than Samana, and Cat very much larger.
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There is nothing in the journal to indicate that the lagoon at Guanahani was aught but the flooding of the low grounds by excessive rains; and even if it was one communicating with the ocean, its absence now may be referred to the effect of those agencies which are working incessantly to reshape the soft structure of the Bahamas. Samana has a range of hills on the southwest side about one hundred feet high, and on the northeast another, lower.
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In that event the most convenient place for Columbus to anchor in the strong northeast trade-wind, was where I have put an anchor on the sub-sketch of Samana.
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There is no objection to Samana in respect to size, position or shape.
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The absence of permanent lagoons at Samana I have tried to explain.
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From end to end of the Samana track there are but three discrepancies.
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There is no path through the air, a man is not a Samana by outward acts.
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Not by tonsure does an undisciplined man who speaks falsehood become a Samana; can a man be a Samana who is still held captive by desire and greediness? 265.
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He who always quiets the evil, whether small or large, he is called a Samana (a quiet man), because he has quieted all evil.
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Pleasant in the world is the state of a mother, pleasant the state of a father, pleasant the state of a Samana, pleasant the state of a Brahmana. 333.
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Because a man is rid of evil, therefore he is called Brahmana; because he walks quietly, therefore he is called Samana; because he has sent away his own impurities, therefore he is called Pravragita (Pabbagita, a pilgrim). 389.
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The life-breaths called Prana and Apana and Samana and Vyana and Udana flow from it, and it is that into which they again enter.
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The breaths Prana and Apana move between Samana and Vyana.
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After that, she dwells in Samana.
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Nursed in Udana, the wind is then generated as Samana.
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Then Samana and Udana also, O blessed one, said these words-Thou dost not dwell here, pervading all this, as we do.
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At this, Prana and Apana and Udana and Samana addressed him, saying, 'Thou art not the foremost among us, O Vyana!
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Examples of Samana

Example #1
The subject is so curious that we copy his results at more length in the appendix.
Example #2
In 1860 Admiral Fox, of the United States navy, visited all these islands, and studied the whole question anew, visiting the islands himself and working backwards to the account of Columbus's subsequent voyage, so as to fix the spot from which that voyage began.
Example #3
They then sailed sixty-four miles cast, a quarter northeast, and thought they saw the land of the Caribs, which he was seeking.
Example #4
It would seem that he did not show them the power of firearms.
Example #5
It is a little island 8.8 miles east and west; 1.6 extreme breadth, and averaging 1.2 north and south.
Example #6
The interest which attaches to this subject at the moment of the centennial, when many voyages will be made by persons following Columbus, induces me to copy Admiral Fox's reasonings in detail.