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" ... with the adjacent plains, and appear entirely of a similar formation, indicate that the intermediate earth has been washed away, or removed by some other process of nature — all seeming to give plausibility to our theory. It was somewhere in this... "
Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the secretary of the ... - Page 246
by Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology - 1898
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Commerce of the Prairies: Or, The Journal of a Santa Fé Trader ..., Volume 2

Josiah Gregg - Calumets - 1844
...away, or removed by some other process of nature — all seeming to give plausibility to our theory. It was somewhere in this vicinity that a small party...the most prominent features of the Indian character, I will digress so far here as to relate the facts. The party consisted of twelve men, chiefly citizens...
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Commerce of the Prairies, Volume 2

1845
...away, or removed by some other process of nature — all seeming to give plausibility to our theory. It was somewhere in this vicinity that a small party...most prominent, features of the Indian character, I will digrj so far here as to relate the facts. The party consisted of twelve citizens of Missouri....
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Scenes and Incidents in the Western Prairies: During Eight Expeditions, and ...

Josiah Gregg - Indians of North America - 1856
...away, or removed by some other process of nature — all seeming to give plausibility to our theory. It was somewhere in this vicinity that a small party...the most prominent features of the Indian character, I will digress so far here as to relate the facts. The party consisted of twelve men, chiefly citizens...
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The Rev. William Schenck, His Ancestry and His Descendants ...

1883 - 163 pages
...burst once more upon our view, presenting one of the most magnificent sights I had ever beheld. * * * It was somewhere in this vicinity that a small party...the most prominent features of the Indian character, I will digress so far here as to relate the facts. The party consisted of twelve men, chiefly citizens...
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Annual Reports, Volume 17, Part 1

1898
...sequel. His description of the locaFio. 62— Winter 1832-33— Money captured tion agrees with the Indian statement, and his account explains also how...the most prominent features of the Indian character, I will digress so far here as to ralate the facts. The party consisted of twelve men, chiefly citizens...
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Early western travels, 1748-1846: a series of annotated reprints ..., Volume 20

Reuben Gold Thwaites - Mississippi River Valley - 1905
...away, or removed by some other process of nature — all seeming to give plausibility to our theory. It was somewhere in this vicinity that a small party...experienced a terrible calamity in the winter of 1832-3, on theu: way home; and as the incident had the tendency to call into play the most prominent features...
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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints ..., Volume 20

Reuben Gold Thwaites - Mississippi River Valley - 1905
...away, or removed by some other process of nature — all seeming to give plausibility to our theory. It was somewhere in this vicinity that a small party...the most prominent features of the Indian character, I will digress so far here as to relate the facts. the Canadian river, fearing to venture on the northern...
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Commerce of the Prairies

Josiah Gregg - History - 1954 - 469 pages
...away, or removed by some other process of nature — all seeming to give plausibility to our theory. It was somewhere in this vicinity that a small party...Americans experienced a terrible calamity in the winter of 1 832-3, on their way home; and as the incident had the tendency to call into play the most prominent...
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