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" It was a strange place, the icy rock and the highest peak of the Rocky mountains, for a lover of warm sunshine and flowers; and we pleased ourselves with the idea that he was the first of his species to cross the mountain barrier — a solitary pioneer... "
Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842 ... - Page 69
by John Charles Frémont, James Hall, John Torrey - 1845 - 693 pages
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THE NATIONAL REGISTER

JERMIAH HUGHES - 1846
...bee ftromiu, the humble bee) came winging its flight from the eastern, valley, and lit on the knee of one of the men. It was a strange place, the icy...and flowers; and we pleased ourselves with the idea thnt he %vas the first of his species to cross the mountain barrier — a solitary pioneer to foretell...
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PRAIRIE AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES, OR, LIFE IN THE WEST.

JOHN C. VAN TRAMP. - 1870
...bee (promus, the Jiumble-'bee^) came winging his flight from the eastern valley and lit on the knee of one of the men. It was a strange place, the icy...lover of warm sunshine and flowers \ and we pleased our selves with the idea that he was the first of his species to cross the moun tain barrier — a...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volume 69

1845
...baromeler (bromut, Ihe hnmble bee) came winding ils flight from the faslern, valley, and lit <,n ihe knee of one of the men. It was a strange place, the icy rock and the highest peak of the Rocky Mountains, lor a lover of warm sunshine and flowers; and we pleaded ourselves wilh Ihe idea lhal he was the first...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1847
...solitary bee (bromus, the humble bee) came winging his flight from the eastern valley, and lit on the knee of one of the men. " It was a strange place, the icy rock and the highest peak of the fiocky Mountains, for a lover of warm sunshine and flowers; and we pleased ourselves with the idea...
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