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" ... round like a spiral stairway ; and the Indians have, in some way, fixed logs of wood in the rock, radiating from a vertical axis, like steps. These afford foothold to man and beast in clambering up. "We were constantly meeting and passing Indians,... "
The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America: Antiquities - Page 666
by Hubert Howe Bancroft - 1875
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New Mexico and California: The Ancient Monuments, and the Aboriginal, Semi ...

Ephraim George Squier - Indians of North America - 1848 - 26 pages
...clambering up. "We were constantly meeting and passing Indians who had their ' burros ' laden with peaches. At last we reached the top of the rock, which was...containing sixty or seventy houses in each block. They were three stories high, and the walls on the sides that faced outwards were unbroken, and had...
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American Review : a Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and ..., Volume 8

1848
...clambering up. " We were constantly meeting and passing Indians who had their ' burros ' laden with peaches. At last we reached the top of the rock, which was nearly level and contains about sixty acres. Hero we saw a large church and several continuous blocks of buildings, containing sixty or seventy...
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Notes of a Military Reconnoissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to ...

United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers - Southwest, New - 1848 - 614 pages
...clambering up. We were constantly meeting and passing Indians, who had their "burros" laden with peaches. At last we reached the top of the rock, which was nearly level, and contains about 60 acres. Here we saw a large church, and several continuous blocks of buildings, containing 60 or...
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Notes of a Military Reconnaissance: From Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to ...

United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers, William Hemsley Emory, James William Abert, Philip St. George Cooke, Abraham Robinson Johnston - Southwest, New - 1848 - 614 pages
...clambering up. We were constantly meeting and passing Indians, who had their "burros" laden with peaches. At last we reached the top of the rock, which was nearly level, and contains about 60 acres. Here we saw a large church, and several continuous blocks of buildings, containing 60 or...
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Report of the Secretary of War, communicating, in answer to a resolution of ...

United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers, James William Abert - Discoveries in geography - 1848 - 132 pages
...We were constantly meeting and passing Indians, who had their "burros" laden with peaches. At lust we reached the top of the rock, which was nearly level, and contains about 60 acres. Here •we saw a large church, and sevt-ral continuous blorks of buildings, containing 6U...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 8

1848
...clambering up. " We were constantly meeting and passing Indians who had their ' burros ' laden with peaches. At last we reached the top of the rock, which was...containing sixty or seventy houses in each block. They were three stories high, and the walls on the sides that faced outwards were unbroken, and had...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

1871
...were constantly meeting and passing Indians, who had their 'burros' laden with peaches. At last wo reached the top of the rock, which was nearly level,...houses in each block. (The wall at the side that faced outward was unbroken, and had no windows until near the top. The houses were three stories high.) In...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the ..., Volume 20; Volume 1869

Discoveries in science - 1871
...clambering up. "We were constantly meeting and pausing Indians, who had their 'burros' laden with peaches. At last we reached the top of the rock, which was...contains about sixty acres. Here we saw a large church, ami several continuous blocks of buildings, containing sixty or seventy houses in each block. (The...
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West American History, Volume 4, Part 4

Hubert Howe Bancroft - Indians of North America - 1902
...of rock and the perpendicular face of the cliff'. Then the road winds round like a spiral stairway, and the Indians have, in some way, fixed logs of wood...blocks of buildings, containing sixty or seventy houses hi each block (the wall at the side that faced outwards was unbroken, and had no windows until near...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the ..., Volume 20; Volume 1869

Discoveries in science - 1871
...clambering up. "We were constantly meeting and passing Indians, who had their 'burros' laden with peaches. At last we reached the top of the rock, which was...sixty acres. Here we saw a large church, and several continnous blocks of buildings, contaming sixty or seventy houses in each block. (The wall at the side...
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