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" The coast of Labrador is the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split and blasted by the frosts, and beaten by the waves of the Atlantic, for unknown ages. Every form into which rocks can be washed and broken is visible along its almost interminable... "
Vikings of To-day: Or, Life and Medical Work Among the Fishermen of Labrador - Page 3
by Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell - 1895 - 240 pages
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After Icebergs with a Painter: A Summer Voyage to Labrador and Around ...

Louis Legrand Noble - Ice - 1861 - 336 pages
...blue air, and easily discover likenesses in their features, ways and colors. The coast of Labrador is the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split and blasted by the frosts, and beaten by the waves of the Atlantic, for unknown ages. Every form into which rocks...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 72

Edward Everett Hale - 1862
...the chance of escape would be about the same as in the rapids of Niagara." " The coast of Labrador is the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split and blasted by the frosts, and beaten by the waves of the Atlantic, for unknown ages. Every form into which rocks...
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The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers. A Guide to the Chief ...

Moses Foster Sweetser - Canada - 1875 - 336 pages
...population is steadily dwindling away, and probably consists of 4,000 souls. "The coast of Labrador is the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split and blasted by the frosts, and beaten by the waves of the Atlantic, for unknown ages. Every form into which rocks...
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The Maritime provinces: a handbook for travellers [ed. by M.F. Sweetser].

Moses Foster Sweetser - 1875
...population is steadily dwindling away, and probably consists of 4,000 souls. "The coast of Labrador is the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split and blasted by the frosts, and beaten by the waves of the Atlantic, for unknown ages. Every form into which rocks...
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the maritime provinces: a handbook for travellers

james r. osgood and company - 1875
...population is steadily dwindling away, and probably consists of 4,000 souls. "The coast of Labrador is the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split and blasted by the frosts, and beaten by the waves of the Atlantic, for unknown ages. Every form into which rocks...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 14

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1888
...civilized man, Labrador is on the whole one of the most uninviting regions on the face of the earth. The Atlantic coast is the edge of a vast solitude...rocky hills, split and blasted by frosts and beaten by the waves. A vast tableland, in one region 2240 feet above the sea-level, occupies much of the interior....
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The Maritime Provinces: a Handbook for Travelers: A Guide to the Chief ...

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1888 - 336 pages
...population is steadily dwindling away, and probably consists of 4,000 souls. "The coast of Labrador is the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split and blasted by the frosts, and beaten by the waves of the Atlantie, for unknown ages. Every form into which rocks...
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The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1892 - 336 pages
...Esquimaux population is steadily dwindling away, and probably consists of 4,000 souls "The COM* of Labrador Is the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split and blasted by the frosts, and beaten by the waves of the Atlantic, for unknown ages. Every form into which rocks...
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Geography

Harlan Page Beach - Atlases - 1901 - 571 pages
...remainder belongs to the Dominion of Canada. Professor Hind describes the Atlantic coast as being " the edge of a vast solitude of rocky hills, split...fantastic and picturesque in shape — while miles on miles of rocky precipices, or tame monotonous slopes, alternate with stony valleys winding away...
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