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" ... paint. But the mighty emerald billow that rose from the rear of the village, — we all climbed that, some of us repeatedly. From the ship it looked as smooth as a meadow, but the climber soon found himself knee deep in ferns, grasses, and a score... "
E. H. Harriman: A Biography - Page 207
by George Kennan - 1922
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The Century, Volume 60

1900
...mighty emerald billow that rose from the rear of the village, some of us repeatedly. From the ship it looked as smooth as a meadow, but the climber soon...predominating. The wild geranium here is light blue, and it DRAWN IT HARRY PCNN, ГНОМ A RHOTOORAPH SV CURTÍ«. COPYRIGHT, 189«, BY E H. HARRIMAH. YAKUTAT...
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Alaska: Narrative, glaciers, natives

Edward Henry Harriman, Clinton Hart Merriam, Washington Academy of Sciences (Washington, D.C.) - Alaska - 1901
...that rose from the rear of the village — we all climbed that, some of us repeatedly. From the ship it looked as smooth as a meadow, but the climber soon found himself knee deep in ferns, grasses, and a score of flowering plants, and now and then pushing through a patch...
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The Writings of John Burroughs: Far and near

John Burroughs - Natural history - 1904
...himself knee deep in ferns, grasses, and a score of flowering plants, and now and then was forced to push through a patch of alders as high as his head. He...predominating. The wild geranium here is light blue, and tinges the slopes as daisies and buttercups do at home. Near the summit were patches of a most exquisite...
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The writings of John Burroughs, Volume 13

John Burroughs - 1904
...that rose from the rear of the village, — we all climbed that, some of us repeatedly. From the ship it looked as smooth as a meadow, but the climber soon found himself knee deep in ferns, grasses, and a score of flowering plants, and now and then was forced to push through...
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The Writings of John Burroughs. [, Volume 13

John Burroughs - 1904
...repeatedly. From the ship it looked as smooth as a meadow, but the climber soon found himself knee deep in ferns, grasses, and a score of flowering plants, and now and then was forced to push through a patch of alders as high as his head. He could not go far before his hands...
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JOH BURROUGHS

THE WRITINGS OG JOHN BURROUGHS - 1904
...that rose from the rear of the village, — we all climbed that, some of us repeatedly. From the ship it looked as smooth as a meadow, but the climber soon found himself knee deep in ferns, grasses, and a score of flowering plants, and now and then was forced to push through...
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The writings of John Burroughs. [, Volume 11

John Burroughs - 1904
...that rose from the rear of the village, — we all climbed that, some of us repeatedly. From the ship it looked as smooth as a meadow, but the climber soon found himself knee deep in ferns, grasses, and a score of flowering plants, and now and then was forced to push through...
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