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" Indians procure the red stone for their pipes by digging through the soil and several layers of the red stone, to the depth of four or five feet. From the very numerous marks of ancient and modern diggings or excavations, it would appear that this place... "
An illustrated history of the counties of Rock and Pipestone, Minnesota - Page 399
by Arthur P. Rose - 1911 - 802 pages
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Curiosities of savage life

James Greenwood, James Greenwood (the novelist.) - Indians of North America - 1863
...this wall there is a level prairie, of half a mile in width, running parallel to it, in any, and in all parts of which, the Indians procure the red stone...their pipes, by digging through the soil and several slatey layers of the red stone to the depth of four or five feet. From the very numerous marks of ancient...
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Curiosities of Savage Life

James Greenwood - Ethnology - 1863 - 418 pages
...this wall there is a level prairie, of half a mile in width, running parallel te it, in any, and in all parts of which, the Indians procure the red stone...their pipes, by digging through the soil and several slatcy layers of the red stone to the depth of four or five feet. From the very numerous marks of ancient...
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Illustrations of the manners, customs and condition of the North American ...

George Catlin - Indians of North America - 1876
...of half a mile in width, running parallel to it; in any and all parts of which, the Indians pro cure the red stone for their pipes, by digging through...red stone, to the depth of four or five feet.* From th" very numerous marks of ancient and modern diggings or excavations, it would appear that this place...
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The American Magazine, Volume 8, Issue 6

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1888
...wall and over acres of its horizontal surface, it is highly polished or glazed, as if Ъу ignition. "At the base of this wall, and running parallel to...any and all parts of which the Indians procure the redstone for their pipes by digging through the soil and several slaty layers of the stone, to the...
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Minnesota in Three Centuries, 1655-1908: 1858

Lucius Frederick Hubbard, William Pitt Murray, James Heaton Baker, Warren Upham, Frank R. Holmes, Return Ira Holcombe - Minnesota - 1908
...At the base of this wall there is a level prairie, of half a mile in width, running parallel to it; in any and all parts of which, the Indians procure...their pipes by digging through the soil and several layers of the red stone, to the depth of four or five feet. From the very numerous marks of ancient...
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Minnesota in Three Centuries, 1655-1908: Description and explorations, by W ...

Lucius Frederick Hubbard, William Pitt Murray, James Heaton Baker, Warren Upham, Return Ira Holcombe, Frank R. Holmes - Minnesota - 1908
...wall there is a level prairie, of half a mile in width, running parallel to it; in any and all parte of which, the Indians procure the red stone for their pipes by digging through the soil and several layers of the red stone, to the depth of four or five feet. From the very numerous marks of ancient...
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Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of the ..., Volume 2

George Catlin - History - 1973 - 266 pages
...the hase of this wall there is a level prairie, of half a mile in width, r tinning parallel to it ; in any and all parts of which, the Indians procure the red stone for their pipes, hy digging through the soil and seveia slaty layers of the red stone, to the depth of four or five...
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Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of the ..., Volume 2

George Catlin - History - 1973 - 266 pages
...At the hase of this wall there is a level prairie, of half a mile in width, rjnning parallel to it ; in any and all parts of which, the Indians procure the red stone for their pipes, hy digging through the soil and seveia slaty layers of the red stone, to the depth of four or five...
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