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" I asked the general to look again, that the major was very confident that he could see columns of smoke, which, of course indicated an Indian village. The general made another examination and again asserted that there were no columns of smoke. However,... "
Publications - Nebraska State Historical Society - Page 212
1887
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The History of Wyoming from the Earliest Known Discoveries, Volume 1

Charles Griffin Coutant - Wyoming - 1899 - 712 pages
...attention to Major Bridger's discovery. The General raised his field glass and scanned the horizon closely. After a long look he remarked that there were no columns...rode on. I asked the General to look again, that the MaReport of the Powder River Expedition. 517 jor was very confident that he could see columns of smoke,...
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Biographical Sketch of James Bridger: Mountaineer, Trapper, and Guide ...

Grenville Mellen Dodge - Frontier and pioneer life - 1905 - 27 pages
...to Major Bridger 's discovery. The General raised his field glass and scanned the horizon closely. After a long look, he remarked that there were no...horse and rode on. I asked the General to look again as the Major was very confident that he could see columns of smoke, which of course indicated an Indian...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volume 21

History - 1915
...attention to Major Bridger's discovery. The general raised his field glass and scanned the horizon closely. After a long look he remarked that there were no columns...another examination and again asserted that there was no column of smoke. However, to satisfy curiosity and to give our guides no chance to claim that...
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The Bozeman Trail: Historical Accounts of the Blazing of the ..., Volume 2

Grace Raymond Hebard, Earl Alonzo Brininstool - Indians of North America - 1922
...to Major Bridger's discovery. The general raised his field-glasses and scanned the horizon closely. After a long look, he remarked that there were no columns of smoke to be seen. Major Bridger quietly mounted his horse and rode on. I asked the general to look again, as the major...
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Outing: Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction, Volume 47

Sports - 1906
...them feed until the General came up. The General raised his glass and scanned the horizon closely. After a long look he remarked that there were no columns...seen. The Major quietly mounted his horse and rode on. • . . 1 galloped on and overtook the Major, and as 1 came up to him overheard him remark about 'these...
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Jim Bridger

J. Cecil Alter - Biography & Autobiography - 1962 - 358 pages
...smoke, the General raised his field glass and scanned the horizon carefully. ... He then remarked, there were no columns of smoke to be seen. "The Major quietly mounted his horse and rode on. . . . To satisfy curiosity, and to give our guides no chance to claim that they had shown us an Indian...
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Buffalo Bill and Sitting Bull: Inventing the Wild West

Bobby Bridger - History - 2002 - 480 pages
...smoke, the General raised his field glass and scanned the hori^n carefully. . . . He then remarked, there were no columns of smoke to be seen. The Major quietly mounted his horse and rode on. ... To satisfy curiosity, and to give our guides no chance to claim that they had shown us an Indian...
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Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865-1890: The long war for the Northern Plains

Peter Cozzens - History - 2001 - 686 pages
...attention to Major Bridger's discovery. The general raised his field glass and scanned the horizon closely. After a long look, he remarked that there were no...another examination and again asserted that there were no columns of smoke. However, to satisfy curiosity and to give our guides no chance to claim that...
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Outing, Volume 47

Sports - 1906
...them feed until the General came up. The General raised his glass and scanned the horizon closely. After a long look he remarked that there were no columns...Major quietly mounted his horse and rode on. ... I galloped on and overtook the Major, and as I came up to him overheard him remark about 'these damn...
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