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" ... the country does not contain so many swamps and lakes, but the extreme sterility and barrenness of the soil continues the same. Taking the country altogether, so far as has been explored, and to all appearances, together with the information received... "
Michigan Historical Collections - Page 423
by Michigan Historical Commission - 1892
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Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 19

Isaac Smith Homans - Commerce - 1848
...and to all appearances, together with the information received, concurring, the balance is as bad, there would not be more than one acre out of a hundred, if there would be one oat of a thousand, that would in any case admit of cultivation. With great respect, I am your obedient...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 19

Business & Economics - 1848
...aod to all appearances, together with the information received, concurring, the balance is as bad, there would not be more than one acre out of a hundred, if there would be one 品n of a thousand, that would in any case admit of cultivation. With great respect, I am your obedient...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 19

Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1848
...and to all appearances, together with the information received, concurring, the balance is as bad, there would not be more than one acre out of a hundred, if there would be one oat of a thousand, that would in any case admit of cultivation. With great respect, I am your obedient...
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GENERAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN

1873
...explored, and to all appearances, together with the information received concerning the balance, is so bad there would not be more than one acre out of a hundred,...thousand that would in any case admit of cultivation." Mr. Dikeman became a member of Phoenix Lodge, No. 4, Free and Accepted Masons of New York city, in...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Michigan - 1874 - 735 pages
...explored, and to all appearances, together with the information received concerning the balance, is so bad there would not be more than one acre out of a hundred,...thousand that would in any case admit of cultivation." Mr. Dikeman became a member of Phanix Lodge, No. 4, Free and Accepted Masons of New York city, in 1828,...
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General History of the State of Michigan: With Biographical Sketches ...

Michigan - 1874 - 735 pages
...explored, and to all appearances, together with the information received concerning the balance, is so bad there would not be more than one acre out of a hundred,...thousand that would in any case admit of cultivation." Mr. Dikeman became a member of Phoenix Lodge, No. 4, Free and Accepted Masons of New York city, in...
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The Bean Creek Valley

James J. Hogaboam - 1876
...explored, and to all appearances, together with the information received concerning the balance, is so bacf there would not be : more than one acre out of a hundred,...thousand, that would in any case admit of cultivation. The consequence of such a report being made was that the act locating the 2,000,009! acres of military...
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The Bean Creek Valley

James J. Hogaboam - Bean Creek (Mich. and Ohio) - 1876 - 140 pages
...explored, and to all appearances, together with the information received concerning the balance, is so bad there would not be more than one acre out of a hundred, if there would be oue out of a thousand, that would in any case admit of cultivation. The consequence of such a report...
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The New Capitol

George Duffield - Michigan - 1878 - 25 pages
...soil, 容verywhere the same,葉aking the country as a whole, not one acre out of a hundred, if indeed one out of a thousand, that would in any case admit of cultivation!" Such was the description given of our pleasant peninsula by the Surveyor General of Ohio Nov. 13, 1815....
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History of Genesee County, Michigan: With Illustrations and Biographical ...

Genesee County (Mich.) - 1879 - 446 pages
...and to all appearances, together with information received concerning the balance, it is so bad that there would not be more than one acre out of a hundred, if /here would be one out of a thousand, that would in any case admit of cultivation." Probably the above...
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