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" ... close at hand were three men with rifles lying across their knees. The foremost of these, a tall, strong figure, with a clear blue eye and an open, intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes... "
The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine - Page 162
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The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-mountain Life

Francis Parkman - Frontier and pioneer life - 1875 - 381 pages
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to...field to him than any that now remained on this side of the great plains. Early on the next morning we reached Kanzas, about five hundred miles from the...
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The Oregon trail

Francis Parkman - 1885 - 282 pages
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to the western prairies. Ho was on his way to Oregon, probably a more congenial field to him than any that now remained on this...
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The Work of Francis Parkman: The Oregon trail: sketches of praire and Rocky ...

Francis Parkman - America - 1898
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to...field to him than any that now remained on this side of the great plains. Early on the next morning we reached Kanzas, about five hundred miles from the...
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The Progressive Course in Reading: First[-fifth] Book...

George I. Aldrich, Alexander Forbes - Readers - 1900
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to...any that now remained on this side the great plains. 8. Early on the next morning we landed and set out in a wagon for Westport, where we hoped to procure...
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The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life

Francis Parkman - Frontier and pioneer life - 1900 - 479 pages
...race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanics to the western prairies. He was on his way to Oregon,...field to him than any that now remained on this side of the great plains. Early on the next morning we reached Kanzas, about five hundred miles from the...
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The California and Oregon Trail: Being Sketches of Prairie and Rocky ...

Francis Parkman - California National Historic Trail - 1901 - 416 pages
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to...great plains. Early on the next morning we reached Kansas, about five hundred miles from the mouth of the Missouri. Here we landed, and leaving our equipments...
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Our Country's Readers, Book 5

M. Halley, Leonard Lemmon - Readers - 1903
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to the western prairies. He was on his way to Oregon, : . KANSAS CITY IN KKONTIBB DAYS probably a more congenial field to him than any that now remained...
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The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-mountain Life

Francis Parkman - California National Historic Trail - 1904 - 381 pages
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to...way to Oregon, probably a more congenial field to Mm than any that now remained on this side of the great plains. Early on the next morning we reached...
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Francis Parkman's The Oregon Trail

Francis Parkman - Frontier and pioneer life - 1910 - 363 pages
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to...great plains. Early on the next morning we reached Kansas, about five hundred miles from the mouth of the Missouri. Here we landed, and leaving our equipments...
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The Oregon Trail

Francis Parkman - California National Historic Trail - 1910 - 553 pages
...intelligent face, might very well represent that race of restless and intrepid pioneers whose axes and rifles have opened a path from the Alleghanies to...great plains. Early on the next morning we reached Kansas, about five hundred miles from the mouth of the Missouri. Here we landed, and leaving our equipments...
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