East Indian fig tree quotes

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Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away; for now the winter is past, the rain is over and gone. The flowers appear on the earth ...
An arch never sleeps.
On the thirty-first day of March, one hundred and forty-two years before this, probably about this time in the afternoon, there we ...
To a traveler from the Old World, Canada East may appear like a new country, and its inhabitants like colonists, but to me, coming ...
We also saw and heard several times the red squirrel.... This, according to the Indian, is the only squirrel found in those woods, ...
We soon after saw a splendid yellow lily (Lilium canadense) by the shore, which I plucked. It was six feet high, and had twelve fl ...
As we thus swept along, our Indian repeated in a deliberate and drawling tone the words "Daniel Webster, great lawyer," apparently ...
The Indians knew that life was equated with the earth and its resources, that America was a paradise, and they could not comprehen ...
As we walked homeward across the fields, the sun dropped and lay like a great golden globe in the low west. While it hung there, t ...
Once, when dust rolled up from the road and the fields were high with heavy-handled wheat and the leaves of every tree were gray a ...
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