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" The males have very long tails, and a great knob or flock at the end, so that in some respects they resemble the lion, and in some other the camel. They push with their horns, they run, they overtake and kill an horse when they are in their rage and anger.... "
History of Hall County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past with Special ... - Page 73
edited by - 1920 - 965 pages
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Report of the Board of Regents, Volume 20

Discoveries in science - 1871
...store of hair hanging down at their chins and throats. The males have very long tails, and a great knob or flock at the end, so that in some respects they resembls the lion, and in some other the camel. They push with their horns, they run, they overtake...
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1st -12th Annual Report of the United States Geological and Geographical ...

Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1877 - 12 pages
...Lion, and in some other the Camell. They push with their homes, they runne, they overtake and kill an horse when they are in their rage and anger. Finally, it is a foule and fierce beast of countenance and forme of bodie. The horses fledde from them, either because...
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History of the American Bison: Bison Americanus

Joel Asaph Allen - American bison - 1877 - 145 pages
...Lion, and in some other the Camel!. They push with their homes, they runne, they overtake and kill an horse when they are in their rage and anger. Finally, it is a foule and fierce beast of countenance and forme of bodie. The horses fledde from them, either because...
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Annual Report of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the ...

Geology - 1877
...Lion, and in some other the Camell. They push with their homes, they runne, they overtake and kill an horse when they are in their rage and anger. Finally, it is a foule and fierce beast of countenance and forme of bodie. The horses fledde from them, either because...
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Annual Report of the United States Geological and ..., Volume 9, Part 1875

Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - Geology - 1877
...Lion, and in some other the Camel!. They push with their homes, they runne, they overtake and kill an horse when they are in their rage and anger. Finally, it is a foule and fierce beast of countenance and forme of bodie. The horses fledde from them, either because...
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The American Naturalist

Biology - 1881
...store of hair hanging down at their chins and throats. The males have very long tails, and a great knob or flock at the end, so that in some respects...they are in their rage and anger. Finally it is a fierce beast of countenance and form of body. The horses fled from them, either because of their deformed...
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The Land of the Pueblos

Susan Elston Wallace - Pueblo Indians - 1888 - 285 pages
...store of hair hanging down at their chins and throats. The males have very long tails, and a great knob or flock at the end ; so that, in some respects, they resemble the lion, and, in some, the camel. Their masters have no other riches or substance; of them they eat, they drink, they apparel,...
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The Land of the Pueblos

Susan Elston Wallace - New Mexico - 1889 - 285 pages
...store of hair hanging down at their chins and throats. The males have very long tails, and a great knob or flock at the end ; so that, in some respects, they resemble the lion, and, in some, the camel. Their masters have no other riches or substance; of them they eat, they drink, they apparel,...
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The voyages of the English nation to America, Volume 3

Edmund Goldsmid - America - 1890
...Lion, and in some other the Camell. They push with their homes, they runne, they ouertake and kill an horse when they are in their rage and anger. Finally, it is a foule and fierce beast of countenance and forme of bodie. The horses fleddde from them, either because...
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The Song of Kansas and Other Poems

Joel Moody - Kansas - 1890 - 189 pages
...store of hair hanging down at their chins and throats. The males have very long tails, and a great kuob or flock at the end, so that in some respects they resemble lions, and in some others the camel. They push with their horns, they run, they overtake and kill a...
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