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We had made about fifty miles this day with sail and oar, and now, far in the evening, our boat was grating against the bulrushes ...
Every wild apple shrub excites our expectation thus, somewhat as every wild child. It is, perhaps, a prince in disguise. What a le ...
Nevertheless, our wild apple is wild only like myself, perchance, who belong not to the aboriginal race here, but have strayed int ...
The era of the Wild Apple will soon be past. It is a fruit which will probably become extinct in New England.... Since the tempera ...
But we still remember ... above all, the cool, free aspect of the wild apple trees, generously proffering their fruit to us, thoug ...
The cultivated apple tree was first introduced into this country by the earliest settlers, and is thought to do as well or better ...
Here on this rugged and woody hillside has grown an apple tree, not planted by man, no relic of a former orchard, but a natural gr ...
The dog-wood breaks white
The pear-tree has caught
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With a bending sail we glided rapidly by Tyngsborough and Chelmsford, each holding in one hand half of a tart country apple pie wh ...
Some spring the white man came, built him a house, and made a clearing here, letting in the sun, dried up a farm, piled up the old ...
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