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It appears that in a forest like this the great majority of flowers, shrubs, and grasses are confined to the banks of the rivers a ...
In 1694 a law was passed "that every settler who deserted a town for fear of the Indians should forfeit all his rights therein." B ...
A worm is as good a traveler as a grasshopper or a cricket, and a much wiser settler. With all their activity these do not hop awa ...
Still farther on we scrambled up the rocky channel of a brook, which had long served nature for a sluice there, leaping like it fr ...
This hunter, who was a quite small, sunburnt man, having already carried his canoe over, and baked his loaf, had nothing so intere ...
The Penobscot Indians seem to be more social, even, than the whites. Ever and anon in the deepest wilderness of Maine, you come to ...
Water is a pioneer which the settler follows, taking advantage of its improvements.
According to legend, Dr. Sappington purchased his coffin several years before his death and kept it under his bed, with apples and ...
He is a poor man and has got behind-hand and when that's the case, there is no staying in the settlements; for those varmints, the ...
Then hail! thou noble conquerer!
That, when tyranny oppressed,
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