Scenes in the Rocky Mountains, and in Oregon, California, New Mexico, Texas, and the Grand Prairies: Or, Notes by the Way, During an Excursion of Three Years, with a Description of the Countries Passed Through, Including Their Geography, Geology, Resources, Present Condition, and the Different Nations Inhabiting Them
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Wild Scenes in Kansas and Nebraska, the Rocky Mountains, Oregon, California ...
Rufus B Sage
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Page 256 - ... thirst. The whole country is subject to high winds, that sweep over it at brief intervals in maddened fury, bearing in their course immense clouds of dust, and engendering amid the waste landscape a scene of frequent change. To-day the wayfarer may find his progress impeded by no inconsiderable hills of loose sand, and to-morrow he may pass in the same direction and find a level prairie, — a fact not unaptly expressed in the words of the Psalmist, " the mountains skipped like rams, and the...
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