Animals before man in North America: their lives and times

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D. Appleton and company, 1902 - Extinct animals - 291 pages
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Page 295 - suited to present demands, Professor l<e Conte has given us a volume of great value as an exposition of the subject, thoroughly up to date. The examples and applications of the work are almost entirely derived from this country, so that it may be properly considered an American geology. This is of advantage to the American
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Page 114 - that the ripples were still fresh when a large amphibian crossed the flat ; that a brief shower of rain followed, dotting with its drops the half-dried mud ; that the waters again flowed over the flat, making new deposits of detritus, and so buried the records.
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Page 51 - the people are arranged about the streets and roads in such a manner that each can easily appropriate his food from the water as it passes along.
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