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" We have little apprehension of giving too unfavorable an account of this portion of the country. Though the soil is, in some places, fertile, the want of timber, of navigable streams, and of water for the necessities of life, render it an unfit residence... "
History of Hall County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past with Special ... - Page 6
edited by - 1920 - 965 pages
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Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains ..., Volume 3

Edwin James, Stephen Harriman Long, Thomas Say - Indians of North America - 1823
...westward to the base of the Rocky Mountains. We have little apprehension of giving too unfavourable an account of this portion of the country. Though...of life, render it an unfit residence for any but a nomade population. The traveller who shall at any time have traversed its desolate sands, will, we...
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James's Account of S. H. Long's expedition, 1819-1820, Volume 16

Stephen Harriman Long, Thomas Say - Indians of North America - 1905
...westward to the base of the Rocky Mountains. We have little apprehension of giving too unfavourable an account of this portion of the country. Though...navigable streams, and of water for the necessities of We, render it an unfit residence for any but a nomade population. The traveller who shall at any time...
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Early western travels, 1748-1846: a series of annotated reprints ..., Volume 14

Reuben Gold Thwaites - Mississippi River Valley - 1905
...In similar vein is the comment of Dr. James: "We have little apprehension of giving too unfavourable an account of this portion of the country. Though...unfit residence for any but a nomad population. The traveller who shall at any time have traversed its desolate sands, will, we think, join us in the wish...
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Early western travels, 1748-1846: a series of annotated reprints ..., Volume 16

Reuben Gold Thwaites - Mississippi River Valley - 1905
...westward to the base of the Rocky Mountains. We have little apprehension of giving too unfavourable an account of this portion of the country. Though...of life, render it an unfit residence for any but a nomade population. The traveller who shall at any time have traversed its desolate sands, will, we...
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Official Explorations for Pacific Railroads, 1853-1855

George Leslie Albright - Pacific railroads - 1921 - 187 pages
...the scientist of the Long expedition, rendered a similar unfavorable impression of the country : "... the want of timber, of navigable streams, and of water...an unfit residence for any but a nomad population" (ibid., 20). 13 By 1824 this trade had risen to such magnitude as to demand national protection ("Extracts...
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University of California Publications in History, Volume 11

University of California, Berkeley - History - 1921
...expedition, rendered a similar unfavorable impression of the country: "...the want of timber, of navi-- gable streams, and of water for the necessities of life,...an unfit residence for any but a nomad population" (ibid., 20). 13 By 1824 this trade had risen to such magnitude as to demand national protection ("Extracts...
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Oklahoma, a History of Five Centuries

Arrell Morgan Gibson - History - 1981 - 316 pages
...region as a wide sandy desert, stretching westward to the base of the Rocky Mountains: We have litde apprehension of giving too unfavorable an account...unfit residence for any but a nomad population. The traveller who shall at any time have traversed its desolate sands, will, we think, join us in the wish...
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The History of Oklahoma

Arrell Morgan Gibson - History - 1984 - 241 pages
...this dry wasteland was providentiallv placed to keep the American people from ruinous diffusion. . . . We have little apprehension of giving too unfavorable...unfit residence for any but a nomad population. The traveller who shall at anv time have traversed its desolate sands, will, we think, join us in the wish...
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The Natural History of the Long Expedition to the Rocky Mountains (1819-1820)

Howard Ensign Evans - Social Science - 1997 - 268 pages
...sandy ao9 THE SEARCH FOR THE RED RIVER desert stretching westward to the base of the Rocky Mountains. We have little apprehension of giving too unfavorable...an unfit residence for any but a nomad population. Several miles below the falls, a large tributary came in from the north. The amount of water in the...
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