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Pioneering in Cuba: a narrative of the settlement of La Gloria, the first ... - Page 47
by James Meade Adams - 1901 - 220 pages
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The Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine Devoted to History ..., Volume 30

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - New Hampshire - 1901
...branches. Now we would be wading through shallow water and deep mud that almost pulled our shoes off ; then splashing through water and tall, coarse grass;...a misfortune which was little less than a tragedy. Notwithstanding the bad road, one hundred and sixty stout-hearted t colonists set out for La Gloria...
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Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine, Volume 30

1901
...branches. Now we would be wading through shallow water and deep mud that almost pulled our shoes off ; then splashing through water and tall, coarse grass;...forest. He was lucky, indeed, if he did not fall down, amisfortune which was liltle less than a tragedy. Notwithstanding the bad road, one hundred and sixty...
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The Granite State Monthly, Volume 30

Otis Grant Hammond - New Hampshire - 1901
...branches. Now we would be wading through shallow water and deep mud that almost pulled our shoes off ; then splashing through water and tall, coarse grass;...a misfortune which was little less than a tragedy. Notwithstanding the bad road, one hundred and sixty stout-hearted colonists set out for La Gloria between...
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