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" ... mules and cattle. I gave them some breeding sheep. Oxen will not do well for draught, their feet become tender; and west of the Pimos, their food is not found sufficient or suitable; mules require no shoes; I cached a large quantity on the Gila, having... "
Mormon Settlement in Arizona; a Record of Peaceful Conquest of the Desert - Page 14
by James H. McClintock - 1921 - 307 pages
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Notes of a Military Reconnaissance: From Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to ...

United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers, William Hemsley Emory, James William Abert, Philip St. George Cooke, Abraham Robinson Johnston - Southwest, New - 1848 - 614 pages
...shoes; I cached a large quantity on the Gila, having usecl none. Undoubtedly, the fine bottom land of the Colorado, if not of the Gila, will soon be settled; then all difficulty will be removed. The crossing is about 100 miles from the mouth, and about 60 above k tide. For six months in the year,...
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Notes of a Military Recomnoissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to ...

William Hemsley Emory - 1848 - 61 pages
...shoes; I cached a large quantity on the Gila, having jused none. Undoubtedly, the fine bottom land of the Colorado, if not of the Gila, will soon be settled; then all difficulty will be removed. The crossing is about 100 miles from the mouth, and about 60 above 36 tide. For six months in the year,...
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Notes of a Military Reconnoissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to ...

United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers - Southwest, New - 1848 - 614 pages
...quantity on the Gila, having used none. Undoubtedly, the fine bottom land of the Colorado, if not_of the Gila, will soon be settled; then all difficulty will be removed. The crossing is about 100 miles from the mouth, and about 60 above tide. For six months in the year, the...
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ROSTER AND RECORD OF IOWA SOLDIERS

1911
...no shoes; I cached a large quantity on the Gila, having used none. Undoubtedly, the fine bottom land of the Colorado, if not of the Gila, will soon be settled; then all difficulty will be removed. The crossing is about one hundred miles from the mouth, and about sixty above the tide. For six months...
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Arizona, Prehistoric, Aboriginal, Pioneer, Modern: The Nation's ..., Volume 1

James H. McClintock - Arizona - 1916
...improvised boat found too many sandbars, and most of its cargo had to be jettisoned, lost in a time when the rations had been reduced to a few ounces a day per...almost the sole article of subsistence. Tyler, the Mormon historian, insists that five pounds is really a small allowance for a healthy laboring man,...
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