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" Missouri, it is observed that these " rolling prairies" occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forest bottoms being invariably over steep and stony declivities. The depth and richness of the soil on these lands are almost incredible,... "
The Western Tourist: Or, Emigrant's Guide Through the States of Ohio ... - Page 21
by Joseph Hutchins Colton, John Calvin Smith - 1839 - 180 pages
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The rambler in North America, MDCCCXXXII-MDCCCXXXIII, Volume 2

Charles Joseph Latrobe - United States - 1835
...these ' rolling prairies,' occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forested bottoms being invariably over steep and stony declivities....The depth and richness of the soil on these lands is almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favourite haunt of the...
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The Rambler in North America: MDCCCXXXII-MDCCCXXXIII.

Charles Joseph Latrobe - United States - 1835
...these ' rolling prairies ' occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forested bottoms being invariably over steep and stony declivities....The depth and richness of the soil on these lands is almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favourite haunt of the...
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The Rambler in North America, MDCCCXXXII.-MDCCCXXXIII.

Charles Joseph Latrobe - Indians of North America - 1836
...these ' rolling prairies ' occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forested bottoms being invariably over steep and stony declivities....The depth and richness of the soil on these lands is almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favourite haunt of the...
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The Rambler in North America, MDCCCXXXII.-MDCCCXXXIII.

Charles Joseph Latrobe - United States - 1836
...these ' rolling prairies ' occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forested bottoms being invariably over steep and stony declivities....The depth and richness of the soil on these lands is almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favourite haunt of the...
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The Family Magazine, Volume 4

1837
...these "rolling prairies," occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forested bottoms, being invariably over steep and stony declivities....lands are almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favourite haunt of the emigrant' settler and backwoodsman. The game...
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Family magazine: or Monthly abstract of general knowledge..., Volume 4

1837
...these "rolling prairies," occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forested bottoms, being invariably over steep and stony declivities....lands are almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favourite haunt of the emigrant settler and backwoodsman. i The...
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Colton's Traveler and Tourist's Guide-book Through the Western States and ...

Joseph Hutchins Colton, John Calvin Smith - Mississippi River Valley - 1855 - 99 pages
...filled with purple thistles, and ponds filled with aquatic plants. In Missouri they occupy the higher 2* portions of the country; the descent to the wooded...trees ; as, whenever a few years elapse without the flre touching a district, the thick-sown seeds of the slumbering forest, with which the rich vegetable...
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Library of American History: Containing Biographical Sketches, of Washington ...

United States - 1855 - 640 pages
...these "rolling prairies," occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forested bottoms, being invariably over steep and stony declivities....lands are almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favourite haunt of the emigrant settler and backwoodsman. The game...
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Prairie and Rocky Mountain Adventures: Or, Life in the West

John C. Van Tramp - Mississippi River - 1858 - 640 pages
...that these " rolling prairies" occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forest bottoms being invariably over steep and stony declivities....lands are almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favorite haunt of the emigrant settler and backwoodsman. The game...
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PRAIRIE AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES OF LIFE IN THE WEST

JOHN C. VAN TRAMP - 1866
...that these " rolling prairies" occupied the higher portions of the country, the descent to the forest bottoms being invariably over steep and stony declivities....lands are almost incredible, and the edges of the bands of forest are consequently a favorite haunt of the emigrant settler and backwoodsman. The game...
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