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" ... This sail is fully described in Chapter II of the book. The narrative is here taken up from the arrival at Port La Gloria. As the fleet of schooners drew near La Gloria port, a row of small tents was discerned close to the shore. Elsewhere there was... "
Pioneering in Cuba: a narrative of the settlement of La Gloria, the first ... - Page 44
by James Meade Adams - 1901 - 220 pages
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The Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine Devoted to History ..., Volume 30

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - New Hampshire - 1901
...discerned close to the shore. Elsewhere there was a heavy growth of bushes to the water's edge the mangroves and similar vegetation fairly growing out...landed on the rude pier, and after much difficulty sucand sand flies were as thick as swarms of bees, and nearly as ferocious ; they allowed no one any...
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Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine, Volume 30

1901
...discerned close to the shore. Elsewhere there was a heavy growth of bushes to the water's edge the mangroves and similar vegetation fairly growing out...streams of surface water flowing over it in places FIRST AMERICAN COLON* IN CUBA. into the bay. The colonists were filled with excitement and mingled...
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The Granite State Monthly, Volume 30

Otis Grant Hammond - New Hampshire - 1901
...discerned close to the shore. Elsewhere there was a heavy growth of bushes to the water's edge the mangroves and similar vegetation fairly growing out...landed on the rude pier, and after much difficulty sucand sand flies were as thick as swarms of bees, and nearly as ferocious ; they allowed no one any...
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