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" A poor man, with seldom more than a single pack-horse on which the wife and infant were carried, with a few clothes and bed-quilts, a skillet and a small sack of meal, was often seen wending his way along the narrow mountain trace, with a rifle upon his... "
Nashville Business Directory - Page 134
by John P. Campbell - 1855
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Life of Andrew Jackson, Volume 1

James Parton - Presidents - 1860
...the Cumberland river. There was but one mode of traversing the wilderness. "A poor man," says Ramsey, "with seldom more than a single pack-horse, on which the wife and infant were canned, with a few clothes and bed-quilts, a skillet and a small sack of meal, was often seen wending...
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Life of Andrew Jackson, Volume 1

James Parton - United States - 1879
...the Cumberland river. There was but one mode of traversing the wilderness. "A poor man," says Ramsey, "with seldom more than a single pack-horse, on which...meal, was often seen wending his way along the narrow %nountain trace, with a rifle on his shoulder, the elder sons carrying an ax, a hoe, sometimes an auger...
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History of Tennessee: Its People and Its Institutions from the Earliest ...

William Robertson Garrett, Albert Virgil Goodpasture - Tennessee - 1903 - 357 pages
...The following quotation from Ramsey shows the character 'Ramsey, pp. 177, 181. of the pioneers : ' ' The facility of taking up the choice lands of the...wife and infant were carried, with a few clothes and bed quilts, a skillet and a small sack of meal, was often seen wending his way along the narrow mountain...
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The Journal of Geography, Volume 7

Geography - 1909
...Nashville, and called it the Cumberland Settlement. Other immigrants followed of whom Ramsey says, "The facility of taking up the choice lands of the...frontier. A poor man with seldom more than a single pack hotse on which the wife and infant were carried, with a few clothes and bed quilts, a skillet...
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