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The exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and California: to ... - Page 338
by John Charles Frémont - 1853 - 456 pages
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States
...same latitude. The elevation above the sea, by the boiling point, is 8,565 feet. February 23. — This was our most difficult day : we were forced off the...snow among the timber, and obliged to take to the mountain-sides, where, occasionally, rocks and a southern exposure afforded us a chance to scramble...
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Narrative of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year ...

John Charles Frémont - 1845 - 277 pages
...same latitude. The elevation above the sea, by the boiling point, is 8,565 feet. February 23. — This was our most difficult day : we were forced off the...scramble along. But these were steep, and slippery \vith snow and ice; and the tough evergreens of the mountain impeded our way, tore our skins, and exhausted...
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Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842 ...

John Charles Frémont, John Torrey, James Hall - Astronomy - 1845 - 583 pages
...off the ridges by the quantity of snow among the timber, and obliged to take to the mountain-sides, where, occasionally, rocks and a southern exposure...; and the tough evergreens of the mountain impeded «ur way, tore our skins, and exhausted our patience. Some of us had the misfortune to wear moccasins...
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Narrative of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year ...

John Charles Frémont - Discoveries in geography - 1846 - 305 pages
...same latitude. The elevation above the sea, by the boiling point, is 8,565 feet. FEBRUARY 23 — This was our most difficult day ; we were forced off the...mountain sides, where occasionally, rocks and a southern expo&u re afforded us a chance lo scramble along. But these were steep, ani slippery with snow and...
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Oregon and California: The Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains ...

John Charles Frémont - United States - 1849 - 456 pages
...the same latitude. The elevation above the sea, by the boiling point, is 8,565 feet. 23d. — This was our most difficult day ; we were forced off the...to take to the mountain sides, where occasionally rocka and a southern exposure afforded us a chance to scramble along. But these were steep, and slippery...
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The life of Col. John Charles Fremont: and his narrative of explorations and ...

John Charles Frémont, Samuel Mosheim Smucker - America - 1856 - 493 pages
...the same latitude. The elevation above the sea, by the boiling point, is 8,565 feet. 23d. — This was our most difficult day ; we were forced off the...along. But these were steep, and slippery with snow i nd ice and the tough evergreens of the mountain impeded our way, tore our skins, and exhausted our...
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Memoir of the life and public services of John Charles Frémont ...

John Bigelow - California - 1856 - 480 pages
...long intercourse with this people had gradually forced upon my mind. * * * " February 23. — This was our most difficult day ; we were forced off the...among the timber, and obliged to take to the mountain side, where occasionally rocks and a southern exposure afforded us a chance to scramble along. .But...
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Life, explorations and public services of John Charles Fremont

Charles Wentworth Upham - Explorers - 1856 - 348 pages
...be the bay, could be traced the gleaming line where entered another large stream. "February 23. This was our most difficult day ; we were forced off the...snow among the timber, and obliged to take to the mountain-sides, where, occasionally, rocks and a southern exposure afforded us a chance to scramble...
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Memoir of the life and public services of John Charles Frémont ...

John Bigelow - California - 1856 - 480 pages
...off the ridges by the quantity of snow among the timber, and obliged to take to the mountain side, where occasionally rocks and a southern exposure afforded...these were* steep, and slippery with snow and ice, »nd the tough evergreens of the mountains impeded our way, tore our skins, and exhausted our patience....
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Life, Explorations and Public Services of John Charles Fremont

Charles Wentworth Upham - Explorers - 1856 - 348 pages
...be the bay, could be traced the gleaming line where entered another large stream. "February 23. This was our most difficult day ; we were forced off the ridges by the quantity of snow among the timber, arid obliged to take to the mountain-sides, where, occasionally, rocka and a southern exposure afforded...
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