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" That, with nothing in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth to build a prosperity upon, the people of Massachusetts are, per capita, the richest people in the world. "
What the white race may learn from the Indian - Page 244
by George Wharton James - 1908 - 261 pages
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Annual Report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Volume 43, Issue 1

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society - Horticulture - 1913
...conditions must first be considered such as texture of soil; amount of moisture obtainable either from the heavens above, the earth beneath or the waters under the earth; also, what does your market demand? I will attempt to make a few general suggestions which may be modified...
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American Ideals

Clayton Sedgwick Cooper - National characteristics, American - 1915 - 373 pages
...of unconcerned, even if pained, indifference. Furthermore, has he not the newspapers? and is there anything in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth that the American newspaper fails to make public, and in such a wealth and luxury of detail and itemization...
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The Government of the City of New York

Academy of Political Science (U.S.) - New York (N.Y.) - 1915 - 260 pages
...cleave to and to worship. Such obeisance would violate no law, for the curriculum was like nothing in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth. It came forth in all its completeness, full panoplied, and stalked into the classrooms. It came into...
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Alice and a Family

St. John Greer Ervine - 1915 - 276 pages
...the negotiations were completed. At the end of that time, Mr. Home, who had often vowed that nothing in the heavens above, the earth beneath or the waters under the earth would induce him to pay a farthing more than £50, consented to present a cheque for £175 to Mr. Nudds...
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Ornamental Gardening in Florida

Charles Torrey Simpson - Gardening - 1916 - 198 pages
...dwellings in Jamaica, Hawaii, Haiti, Cuba and the Philippines; others are my own, and it is not like anything in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth. Nature is very kind in this land of warmth and sunshine, where every one plants trees, shrubs and herbaceous...
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Picturesque Pala: The Story of the Mission Chapel of San Antonio de Padua ...

George Wharton James - Luiseño Indians - 1916 - 82 pages
...outsider there is no possible resemblance descernible between what she is doing with anything known in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth, the aboriginal weaver goes on with perfect confidence, seeing clearly the completed and artistic product...
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The Indians' Secrets of Health: Or, What the White Race May Learn from the ...

George Wharton James - Indians of North America - 1917 - 280 pages
...carried to any further extent. Some of the designs were the absolute delirium A MISSION INDIAN BASKET OF GOOD DESIGN. tremens of craziness, — conventionality...own wall-paper patterns ought to mean something!" A CHEMEHUEVI BASKET OF BEAUTIFUL FOK.M AND DESIGN. Most certainly I will! The idea that we, the superior,...
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Private and Official Correspondence of Gen. Benjamin F. Butler ..., Volume 4

Benjamin Franklin Butler, Jessie Ames Marshall - United States - 1917
...character that there is no command in the Decalogue against worshiping it, it being the likeness of nothing in the Heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth. But fearing lest three (3) years' life in camp, and in the exercise of military power might have blunted...
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Nervousness

Louville Eugene Emerson - 1918 - 184 pages
...of nervous persons are the same : they are conflicts with reality. And as I said before, reality is anything, — in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth, — that interferes with the darling desires of our hearts. When reality is too much for any one a...
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The Outlook, Volume 118

Lyman Abbott, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Ernest Hamlin Abbott - 1918
...shelter, but the little wire cage of the teleferica purrs along on its way unheedful of the disturbances in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth. Just so have the resourceful Italians contrived to find a way straight through the difficulties which...
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