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" who had never seen but the narrow hunting paths by which they transport themselves and their lodges, were filled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up... "
History of Gage County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past, with Special ... - Page 78
by Hugh Jackson Dobbs - 1918 - 1096 pages
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The American Fur Trade of the Far West: A History of the Pioneer Trading ...

Hiram Martin Chittenden - Frontier and pioneer life - 1901 - 1029 pages
...filled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it...incredulity when I told them that their exit was in nowise perceived in the land of the whites. They styled the route the Great Medicine Road of the Whites."...
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Life, letters and travels of Father Pierre-Jean de Smet, S.J., 1801-1873 ...

Pierre-Jean de Smet - Indians of North America - 1905
...rilled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn-floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it...incredulity when I told them that their exit was in nowise perceived in the lands of the whites. They styled the route the great medicine road of the whites....
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Illustrated History of Nebraska: A History of Nebraska from the ..., Volume 1

Julius Sterling Morton, Albert Watkins, George L. Miller - Nebraska - 1911
...filled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it...incredulity when I told them that their exit was in nowise perceived in the land of the whites. They styled the route the Great Medicine Road of the Whites.'1...
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History and stories of Nebraska

Addison Erwin Sheldon - History - 1915 - 306 pages
...filled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it...They conceived a high idea of the countless white nations. They fancied that all had gone over that road and that an immense void must exist in the land...
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The Story of Montana

Kate Hammond Fogarty - Montana - 1916 - 302 pages
...filled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it...they express it. They fancied that all had gone over the road and that an immense void must exist in the land of the rising sun. Their countenances testified...
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History of Hall County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past with Special ...

August F. Buechler, Robert J. Barr, Dale P. Stough - Hall County (Neb.) - 1920 - 965 pages
...filled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it on account of the continual passing. They fancied that all had gone over that road and that immense void must exist in the land of the rising...
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The American Fur Trade of the Far West, Volume 1

History - 1986 - 994 pages
...filled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it on account the continual passing. They conceived a high idea of the countless White Nation, as they express it....
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The Oregon Trail, Yesterday & Today

William Hill - Oregon National Historic Trail - 2008 - 197 pages
...the trail in the Platte Valley as "this noble highway which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it account of continued passing." In a manner of speaking, it seems, once you were in the rut, you stayed...
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The Other Side of Oregon

Ralph Friedman - History - 1993 - 425 pages
...filled with admiration on seeing this noble highway, which is as smooth as a barn floor swept by the winds, and not a blade of grass can shoot up on it...incredulity when I told them that their exit was in nowise perceived in the land of the whites. They styled the route the Great Medicine Road of the Whites."...
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