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" From its mouth west one hundred miles the fall is a little over two feet to the mile, for the second and third hundred miles about six feet to the mile, and for the last one hundred miles about seven feet to the mile, making a total rise of over two thousand... "
First Annual Report on the Geology of Kansas - Page 56
1866 - 56 pages
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First Annual Report on the Geology of Kansas

Geology - 1866 - 56 pages
..." " 2,004 feet. Fort Atkinson,* long. 100° - " " 2,330 feet. Santa Fe crossing of Arkausas.^long. 100° 40' - " " 2,431 feet. Near Arkansas river, long....Elevation of Fort Scott,f 1,000 feet ; elevation of Fort Leavenworth, 896 feet. *From records of the Fort. tFrom th« Fort records . ERR A. T A. . Page 5, line...
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THE GREAT REPUBLIC: BEING A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN UNION

JAS. D. M'CABE, JR. - 1871
...rapidity of the water-courses of the State. From its mouth, west 100 miles, the fall is a little over 2 feet to the mile; for the second and third hundred miles, about 6 feet to the mile; and for the last one hundred miles, about 7 feet to the rnile; making a total fall...
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The Centennial Northwest: An Illustrated History of the Northwest, Being a ...

Charles Richard Tuttle, Ames Castle Pennock - Indiana - 1876 - 656 pages
...showing the rapidity of the water courses of the state. From its mouth, west 100 miles, the fall is a little over two feet to the mile ; for the second...miles, about six feet to the mile ; and for the last one hundred miles, about seven feet to the mile ; making a total fall of over 2,000 feet in 400 miles....
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office to the ...

United States. General Land Office - Public lands - 1867
...the average rapidity of water-courses in the Stale. From its mouth west one hundred miles the fall is a little over two feet to the mile, for the second...miles about six feet to the mile, and for the last one hundred mi'es about seven feet to the mile, making a total rise of over two thousand feet in four...
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Report of the Department of the Interior ... [with Accompanying ..., Part 1

United States. Dept. of the Interior - 1867
...the average rapidity of water-courses in the State From its mouth west one hundred miles the fall is a little over two feet to the mile, for the second...miles about six feet to the mile, and for the last one hundred miles about seven feet to the mile, making a total rise of over two thousand feet in four...
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