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" Chorus How hard to starve and wear us out, Upon this sandy, desert route. We sometimes now for lack of bread, Are less than quarter rations fed, And soon expect, for all of meat, Naught less than broke-down mules, to eat. "
Mormon Settlement in Arizona; a Record of Peaceful Conquest of the Desert - Page 13
by James H. McClintock - 1921 - 307 pages
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A Concise History of the Mormon Battalion in the Mexican War. 1846-1847

Daniel Tyler, John Taylor, Thomas Leiper Kane - Mexican War, 1846-1848 - 1881 - 376 pages
...CHORUS. How hard, to starve and wear us out, Upon this sandy, desert route. We sometimes now for lack of bread, Are less than quarter rations fed, And soon expect, for all of meat, Naught less than broke-down mules, to eat. Now, half-starved oxen, over-drilled, Too weak to draw,...
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The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft: History of Utah. 1889

Hubert Howe Bancroft, Alfred Bates - Indians of North America - 1889
...(Jliontf: How hard to starve and wear us out Upon this sandy desert route. Wo sometimes now for lack of bread, Are less than quarter rations fed, And soon expect, for all of meat, Naught else than broke-down mules to eat. Now half-starved oxen, over-drilled, Too weak to draw, for...
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History of Utah

Hubert Howe Bancroft - Utah - 1890 - 808 pages
...Chonu: Row hard to starve and wear us out Upon this sandy desert route. We sometimes now for lack of bread, Are less than quarter rations fed, And soon expect, for all of meat, Naught else than broke-down mules to eat. Now hair-stand oxon, orer-drllled, Too weak to draw, for...
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Arizona, Prehistoric, Aboriginal, Pioneer, Modern: The Nation's ..., Volume 1

James H. McClintock - Arizona - 1916
...illustrated by the following extract from verses written by Levi W. Hancock : We sometimes now for lack of bread, Are less than quarter rations fed, And soon...ruts wherein the wheels might run. The command for forty-eight hours at one time was without water. From the top of the Divide the wagons had to be taken...
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