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It appears that I saw about a dozen plants which had accompanied man as far into the woods as Chesuncook, and had naturalized them ...
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 ...
Our woods are sylvan, and their inhabitants woodmen and rustics; that is selvaggia, and the inhabitants are salvages. A civilized ...
Strange that so few ever come to the woods to see how the pine lives and grows and spires, lifting its evergreen arms to the light ...
Here was a little of everything in a small compass to satisfy the wants and the ambition of the woods,... but there seemed to me, ...
In fact, the deeper you penetrate into the woods, the more intelligent, and, in one sense, less countrified do you find the inhabi ...
Pointing into the bay, he said that it was the way to various lakes which he knew. Only solemn bear-haunted mountains, with their ...
This hunter, who was a quite small, sunburnt man, having already carried his canoe over, and baked his loaf, had nothing so intere ...
Just before night we saw a musquash (he did not say muskrat), the only one we saw in this voyage, swimming downward on the opposit ...
What a wilderness walk for a man to take alone! None of your half-mile swamps, none of your mile-wide woods merely, as on the skir ...
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