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" Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards of three hundred hogs to be fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen... "
A History of Muhlenberg County - Page 117
by Otto Arthur Rothert - 1913 - 496 pages
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Birds in Their Relations to Man: A Manual of Economic Ornithology for the ...

Clarence Moores Weed, Ned Dearborn - Birds - 1903 - 380 pages
...Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upward of three hundred hogs to be fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured were seen...
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Our Humble Helpers, Familiar Talks on the Domestic Animals

Jean-Henri Fabre - Domestic animals - 1918 - 372 pages
...ammunition, had already established themselves on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards...fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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Our Humble Helpers, Familiar Talks on the Domestic Animals

Jean-Henri Fabre - Domestic animals - 1918 - 372 pages
...ammunition, had already established themselves on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards...fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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Our Humble Helpers, Familiar Talks on the Domestic Animals

Jean-Henri Fabre - Domestic animals - 1918 - 372 pages
...ammunition, had already established themselves on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards...fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had already been procured, were seen...
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A Natural History of Trees of Eastern and Central North America

Donald Culross Peattie - Nature - 1948 - 606 pages
...ammunition, had already established encampments on the borders. "Two farmers . . . had driven upward of three hundred hogs to be fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered . . . Many trees two feet in diameter, I observed, were broken off at no great distance from the ground;...
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A History of Muhlenberg County [Kentucky]

Otto Arthur Rothert - Reference - 2009 - 518 pages
Johnstone's account is of the long-established families of the Dumfriesshire region of Scotland and, secondarily, of the so-called "Border Wars" which were waged from the ...
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On Killing: Meditations on the Chase

Robert F. Jones - Nature - 2001 - 251 pages
...established encampments on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelville, distant more that a hundred miles, had driven upwards of three hundred...fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there, the people employed in plucking and salting what they had already procured, were seen...
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A Natural History of North American Trees

Donald Culross Peattie - Nature - 2007 - 490 pages
An informative overview of more than one hundred different tree species describes their physical characteristics, ranges, and the role they played in the history of America.
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The Granite State Monthly, Volume 31

Otis Grant Hammond - New Hampshire - 1901
...had already established encampments on the borders. Two farmers from the vicinity of Russelsville, distant more than a hundred miles, had driven upwards...fattened on the pigeons which were to be slaughtered. Here and there the people employed in plucking and salting what had 'already been procured, were seen...
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