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" Those who have long and carefully studied the Grand Canon of the Colorado do not hesitate for a moment to pronounce it by far the most sublime of all earthly spectacles. "
In & Around the Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in Arizona - Page 5
by George Wharton James - 1900 - 341 pages
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The fifth reader

Readers, American - 1905 - 468 pages
...shocking, grotesque, incomprehensible ; but " those who have long and carefully studied the Grand Canon of the Colorado do not hesitate for a moment to pronounce...by far the most sublime of all earthly spectacles." Abridged from CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER. Charles Dudley Warner, an American author, was born at Plainfield,...
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Methodist Magazine and Review, Volume 53

Religion - 1901
...architect has not hinted at. '•Those who have long and carefully studied the Grand Canyon of Arizona do not hesitate for a moment to pronounce it by far the most sublime of all earthly spectacles. It has been here in all its lonely grandeur and transcendent beauty, A BIT IN THE GRAND CANYON. exactly...
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Great Rivers of the World: As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

Esther Singleton - Rivers - 1908 - 358 pages
...these are the only outlets to the drainage. Those who have long and carefully studied the Grand Canon of the Colorado do not hesitate for a moment to pronounce...sufficiently set forth in a single sentence. It is more than 200 miles long, from five to twelve miles wide, and from 5,000 to 6,000 feet deep. There are in the...
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The Grand Canyon of Arizona: How to See it

George Wharton James - Arizona - 1910 - 265 pages
...Colorado River than there is between the Alleghanies and the Himalayas. Sublimity of the Grand Canyon. " Those who have long and carefully studied the Grand...sublimity consisted only in its dimensions, it could be set forth in a single sentence. It is more than two hundred miles long, from five to twelve miles wide,...
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The Wilderness Reader

Frank Bergon - Nature - 1994 - 372 pages
...practicable, any preconceived notion of it. Those who have long and carefully studied the Grand Canon of the Colorado do not hesitate for a moment to pronounce...sufficiently set forth, in a single sentence. It is more than 200 miles long, from 5 to 12 miles wide, and from 5,000 to 6,000 feet deep. There are in the world...
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American Technological Sublime

David E. Nye - Philosophy - 1996 - 362 pages
...concluded that "those who have long and carefully studied the Grand Canon of the Colorado do not hesitate to pronounce it by far the most sublime of all earthly spectacles." In contrast, a less spectacular but unexpected object of grandeur, such as the rapids below Niagara...
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Grand Canyon on My Mind

Collective - Nature - 2000 - 112 pages
...Grand Canyon &-t^ t*^c/ tv^Li^d^ • • Those who have long and carefully studied the Grand Canon of the Colorado do not hesitate for a moment to pronounce...by far the most sublime of all earthly spectacles. *' Clarence E. Dutton One of the most awesome natural wonders on earth, the Grand Canyon has for generations...
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Verbal Workbook for the SAT I

Mitchel Weiner, Sharon Weiner Green - Study Aids - 2001 - 290 pages
This workbook presents three complete verbal reasoning tests based on those given in the actual SAT I. All questions are answered and explained. Includes an extensive ...
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Married to Murder

Robert Scott - True Crime - 2004 - 303 pages
...book, On Foot in the Grand Canyon. Bob's words mirrored early explorer Clarence Dutton's own comments: Those who have long and carefully studied the Grand...Colorado do not hesitate for a moment to pronounce it to be the most sublime of all earthly spectacles." In 1980 Bob and Sharon were back, this time on a...
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The New Desert Reader: Descriptions of America's Arid Regions

Peter Wild - Literary Collections - 2006 - 324 pages
...practicable, any preconceived notion of it. Those who have long and carefully studied the Grand Canon of the Colorado do not hesitate for a moment to pronounce...sufficiently set forth in a single sentence. It is more than 200 miles long, from 5 to 12 miles wide, and from 5,000 to 6,000 feet deep. There are in the world...
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