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" I have seen in their possession fruit weighing one hundred and sixty pounds. Also the large bean, the potato, the turnip; and these vegetables now make a comfortable part of their subsistence; and this year I have promised to carry the plough. "
Journal of a Fur-trading Expedition on the Upper Missouri: 1812-1813 - Page 16
by John C. Luttig - 1920 - 192 pages
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The American Fur Trade of the Far West: A History of the Pioneer Trading ...

Hiram Martin Chittenden - Frontier and pioneer life - 1901 - 1029 pages
...them the seed of the large pompion, from which I have seen in their possession the fruit weighing 160 pounds. Also the large bean, the potato, the turnip;...charging nothing. I lend them traps, only demanding preference in their trade. My establishments are the refuge of the weak and of the old men no longer...
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The Conquest: The True Story of Lewis and Clark

Eva Emery Dye - Lewis and Clark Expedition - 1902 - 443 pages
...large bean, the potato, the turnip, and these vegetables now make a great part of their subsistence. This year I have promised to carry the plough. Besides,...charging nothing. I lend them traps, only demanding preference in their trade. My establishments are the refuge of the weak and of the old men no longer...
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The Conquest: The True Story of Lewis and Clark

Eva Emery Dye - Discoveries in geography - 1902 - 443 pages
...I carried among them the seed of the large pumpkin, from which I have seen in their possession the fruit weighing one hundred and sixty pounds. Also...potato, the turnip, and these vegetables now make a great part of their subsistence. This year I have promised to carry the plough. Besides, my blacksmiths...
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Economic Beginnings of the Far West: How We Won the Land Beyond ..., Volume 1

Katharine Coman - Frontier and pioneer life - 1912
...I carried among them the seed of the large pompion, from which I have seen in their possession the fruit weighing one hundred and sixty pounds. Also...comfortable part of their subsistence, and this year [1817] I have promised to carry the plough. Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging...
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The Overland Monthly

Indians of North America - 1917
...considering whether they will start to-day or to-morrow. I impose upon myself great privations. Ten months of the year I am buried in the depths of the forest,...bean, the potato, the turnip; and these vegetables will make a comfortable part of their subsistance; and this year I have promised to carry the plow....
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The Trans-Mississippi West (1803-1853): A History of Its Acquisition and ...

Cardinal Goodwin - United States - 1922 - 528 pages
...I carried among them the seed of the large pompion, from which I have seen in their possession the fruit weighing one hundred and sixty pounds. Also...subsistence, and this year I have promised to carry the plow. Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging nothing. I lend them traps, only...
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Westward Vision: The Story of the Oregon Trail

David Lavender - History - 1985 - 424 pages
...one hundred and sixty pounds; also the large bean, the potato, the turnip; and these vegetables will make a comfortable part of their subsistence; and this year I have promised to carry the plow. Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging nothing. I lend them traps, only...
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