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" Red river and its tributaries, is of a very superior quality, consisting of several varieties of grama and mezquite. The range of the grama grass, so far as my observations have extended, is bounded on the north by near the parallel of 36° north latitude,... "
red river of louisiana - Page 28
by randolph b. marcy - 1854
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Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana: in the year 1852

United States. War Dept, Randolph Barnes Marcy, George Brinton McClellan - Discoveries in geography - 1853 - 320 pages
...grass, so far as my observations have extended, is bounded on the north by near the parallel of 30° north latitude, and on the east by about the meridian...upon a creek of clear and wholesome water, which Dr. Sliumard has named "Loess creek," from the circumstance that the soil upon the stream contains a deposite...
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Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana, in the Year 1852

Randolph Barnes Marcy, George Brinton McClellan - Indians of North America - 1853 - 320 pages
...grass, so far as my observations have extended, is bounded on the north by near the parallel of 30° north latitude, and on the east by about the meridian...June 8. — Our route to-day has been over a rolling prajrie, in many places covered with the dwarf oak bushes before mentioned. "VVo are encamped upon...
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EXPLORATION OF THE RED RIVER OF LOUISIANA, IN THE YEAR 1852

RANDOLPH B. MARCY - 1854
...is highly arenaceous, and the soil poor. The grass, however, as we have found it everywhere upon Red river and its tributaries, is of a very superior quality,...do not require much moisture to sustain them. June 8.—Our route to-day has been over a rolling prairie, in many places covered with the dwarf oak bushes...
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Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana, in the year 1852: report of the ...

United States. War Dept, Randolph Barnes Marcy, George Brinton McClellan - Natural history - 1854 - 310 pages
...is highly arenaceous, and the soil poor. The grass, however, as we have found it everywhere upon Red river and its tributaries, is of a very superior quality,...here do not require much moisture to sustain them. in many places covered with the dwarf oak bushes before mentioned. We are encamped upon a creek of...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1854
...latitude of 33° than any other. As there is generally a drought on these prairies from about the first of May to the middle of August, it would appear that the particular varieties of grass growing here do not require much moisture to sustain them." ' The buffalo grass, or small gramma,...
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Grasses and Forage Plants: A Practical Treatise, Comprising Their Natural ...

Charles Louis Flint - Forage plants - 1860 - 398 pages
...latitude of 33° than any other. As there is generally a drought on these prairies from about the first of May to the middle of August, it would appear that the particular varieties of grass growing here do not require much moisture to sustain them." The buffalo grass, or small gramma,...
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Grasses and Forage Plants: A Practical Treatise Comprising Their Natural ...

Charles Louis Flint - Forage plants - 1887 - 390 pages
...latitude of 33° than any other. As there is generally a drought on these prairies from about the first of May to the middle of August, it would appear that the particular varieties of grass growing here do not require much moisture to sustain them." The buffalo grass, or small gramma,...
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