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Historical Collections of the Great West: Containing Narratives of the Most ... - Page 310
by Henry Howe - 1855 - 448 pages
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Pioneer History Stories of the Mississippi Valley

Charles Alexander McMurry - Mississippi River Valley - 1894 - 173 pages
...Missouri and the Columbia. To the southeast were the mountains in which the Platte river rises. "All around us the whole scene had one main striking feature,...to its length, the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, topped with slender minarets and columns. The little...
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The History of Wyoming from the Earliest Known Discoveries, Volume 1

Charles Griffin Coutant - Wyoming - 1899 - 712 pages
...humble bee) came winging his flight from the eastern valley, and lit on the knee of one of the men. "Around us, the whole scene had one main striking...to its length, the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, terminated with slender minarets and columns, which...
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The Library of Historic Characters and Famous Events of All ..., Volume 12

Ainsworth Rand Spofford - History - 1900
...branch of the Missouri. Far to the north we just could discover the snowy heads of the Trots Tetons, where were the sources of the Missouri and Columbia...to its length the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, terminated with slender minarets and columns. According...
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International library of masterpieces, literature, art and rare ..., Volume 13

Harry Thurston Peck - Literature - 1901
...branch of the Missouri. Far to the north we just could discover the snowy heads of the Trois Tetons, where were the sources of the Missouri and Columbia...to its length, the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, terminated with slender minarets and columns. According...
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Harper's encyclopædia of United States history: from 458 A.D. to 1902

Benson John Lossing, John Fiske, Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1901
...branch of the Missouri. Far to tlie north we just could discover the snowy heads of the Trois Tetons, where were the sources of the Missouri and Columbia...were some of the springs of the Nebraska or Platte Kiver. Around us the whole scene had one main striking feature, which was that of terrible convulsion....
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Pioneers of the Rocky Mountains and the West, Book 3

Charles Alexander McMurry - Explorers - 1904 - 248 pages
...Missouri and the Columbia. To the southeast are the mountains in which the Platte River rises. " All around us the whole scene had one main striking feature,...to its length, the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, topped with slender minarets and columns. The little...
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Makers of American history: The Lewis & Clark exploring expedition, 1804-'06

Graeme Mercer Adam, Charles Wentworth Upham - History - 1905 - 361 pages
...passing around one side of it, which was the face of a vertical precipice of several hundred feet. " Around us, the whole scene had one main striking feature,...to its length, the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, terminated with slender minarets and columns, which...
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The Lewis & Clark Exploring Expedition: 1804-'06

Graeme Mercer Adam, John Charles Frémont, Charles Wentworth Upham - Lewis and Clark Expedition - 1904 - 365 pages
...passing around one side of it, which was the face of a vertical precipice of several hundred feet. " Around us, the whole scene had one main striking feature,...to its length, the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, terminated with slender minarets and columns, which...
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The Young McKinley: Or, School-days in Ohio; a Tale of Old Times on the ...

Hezekiah Butterworth - Ohio - 1905 - 307 pages
...branch of the Missouri ; far to the north we just could discover the snowy heads of the Trois Tetons, where were the sources of the Missouri and Columbia...to its length, the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, terminated with slender minarets and columns, which...
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Harper's Encyclopædia of United States History from 458 A. D. to 1906 ...

Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1905
...branch of the Missouri. Far to the north we just could discover the snowy heads of the Trots Tetons, where were the sources of the Missouri and Columbia...to its length, the ridge was split into chasms and fissures, between which rose the thin, lofty walls, terminated with slender minarets and columns, which...
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