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We're for statehood. We want statehood because statehood means the protection of our farms and our fences; and it means schools fo ...
As long as our civilization is essentially one of property, of fences, of exclusiveness, it will be mocked by delusions. Our riche ...
Lord, with what care hast Thou begirt us round!
Parents first season us; then schoolmasters
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A weak mind is the only defect out of our power to mend.
American manners have evolved in a climate in many ways very different from those of the civilization to which most Americans owe ...
For, as our different ages move,
'Tis so ordain'd (would Fate but mend it!),
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He gathers all the parish there;
Points out the place of either yew,
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The single road which runs lengthwise the Cape, now winding over the plain, now through the shrubbery, which scrapes the wheels of ...
We select granite for the underpinning of our houses and barns; we build fences of stone; but we do not ourselves rest on an under ...
We then entered another swamp, at a necessarily slow pace, where the walking was worse than ever, not only on account of the water ...
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