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" Pacific more than $130,000,000 in the securities of nine different railway companies, whose lines covered almost the whole country from ocean to ocean and from the Great Lakes to the Gulf. The several amounts of stocks thus bought were as follows: Atchison,... "
E. H. Harriman: A Biography - Page 398
by George Kennan - 1922
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Report of the American Home Missionary Society

American Home Missionary Society - Home missions - 1859
...valley of the Mississippi, and look away eastward, and northward, and southward, and westward. Yes, from Ocean to Ocean, and from the great Lakes to the Gulf of the South, must you let your eye range seeing pure churches every where, either flourishing...
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Forty years of American life, Volume 1

Thomas Low Nichols - Slavery - 1864
...with a magnificent spread-eagle flourish about the greatness and glory of the country, which reached from ocean to ocean, and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico; with an intimation, perhaps, that they might be called upon to extend its boundaries in...
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Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine ..., Volume 26, Issue 1

1898
...is best and greatest in us is due to the individuality thus fostered. It has covered the continent from ocean to ocean, and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, with one great throbbing, pulsating net-work of railways; it has covered our inland seas...
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Atlas Essays, Volume 3

1877
...land and sea, had acquired an immense territory, increasing from decade to decade until it reached from ocean to ocean, and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, and had thrown her doors wide open to the crowded millions of the Old World. And they came...
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Rose-Belford's Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 17

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - 1880
...condition of the United States. Occupying the whole temperate zone of the North American continent from ocean to ocean, and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, the great Kepublic possesses a territory of unsurpassed, if not unequalled, fertility, resources...
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The Constitutional Law of the United States of America

Hermann Von Holst - Constitutional history - 1887 - 369 pages
...greatly promoted the nationalization of the people by making all the constituent parts of the Union, from ocean to ocean and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, actually and legally so homogeneous in their political and social structure that further...
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First reunion of the survivors of the Army of the Tennessee and its four corps

Association of survivors of the Army of the Tennessee - United States - 1892 - 214 pages
...under one flag, of one people of one tongue, and of unparalled prosperity, contentment and happiness from ocean to ocean and from the great lakes to the gulf. The history of the citizen-soldiery is the history of the struggle of man for liberty. To him is due in...
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Report of the proceedings of the Society of the Army of the ..., Volumes 17-20

Society of the Army of the Tennessee - United States - 1893
...-bearers, follow to the tomb the sacred ashes of Ulyses Grant; and a united country, a united people, from ocean to ocean, and from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, mourn the loss and treasure the fame of the patriothero who said, "Let us have peace"! With your gleaming...
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How Marcus Whitman Saved Oregon: A True Romance of Patriotic Heroism ...

Oliver Woodson Nixon - Northwestern States - 1895 - 339 pages
...interesting and dramatic as that written on any section of the world. "The Stars and Stripes" now wave from ocean to ocean, and from the Great Lakes to the Gulf. It is a nation of grand possibilities, whose history would have been marred for all time to come, had...
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The Daily News Cook Book, Being a Reprint from The Chicago Record Cook Book ...

Mary Mott Chesbrough - Cookery, American - 1896 - 607 pages
...obtained without the aid of a French chef. These menus were written by a large number of women scattered from ocean to ocean, and from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. The larger part of them have been published in The Chicago Record, and although each was...
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