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Page 34 - Massachusetts, and the American Museum of Natural History and Museum of the American Indian at New York City, but these specimen collections are incomplete.
Page 18 - The buffalo (urus) once so very numerous, is not at this day to be seen in this part of the country; there are but few elks, and those only in the Apalachian mountains. The dreaded and formidable rattlesnake is yet too common, and a variety of other serpents abound...
Page 41 - That we concur with our sister colonies in every constitutional measure to obtain redress of American grievances, and will by every lawful means in our power, maintain those inestimable blessings for which we are indebted to God and the Constitution of our country— a Constitution founded upon reason and justice, and the indelible rights of mankind.