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" Sol•dier key, is so shoal that it will forever remain inaccessible, except to -very small vessels. The keys consist of an extensive range of low islands, rising but a few feet, perhaps from six to" eight or ten, or at the utmost to twelve or thirteen... "
House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ... - Page 138
by United States. Congress. House
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ...

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1852
...Honda, as far as Cape Florid^ or at least as far as Sol•dier key, is so shoal that it will forever remain inaccessible, except to -very small vessels....where they converge towards the main land, extending in the ferm of a flat crescent in a southwesterly direction, gradually receding from the main land...
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The Schoolmate, Volume 4

A. R. Phippen - Education - 1854
...will be seen that they are studded with a range of islands called the Florida Keys. These keys rise but a few feet, perhaps from six to eight or ten,...the sea. They begin to the north of Cape Florida, and extend in a southwesterly direction, gradually receding from the land until opposite Cape Sable....
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Report of the Superintendent ... Showing the Progress of the Work

1852
...rising but a few feet, perhaps from six to eight or ten, or at the utmost tb Uvelve or thirteen ičet, above the level of the sea. They begin to the north...where they converge towards the main land, extending in -the form of a flat crescent in a southwesterly direction, gradually receding from the main land...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - Physical geography - 1856 - 225 pages
...will be seen that they are studded with a range of islands called the Florida Keys. These keys rise but a few feet, perhaps from six to eight or ten,...the sea. They begin to the north of Cape Florida, and extend in a southwesterly direction, gradually receding from the land until opposite Cape Sable....
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - Physical geography - 1856 - 225 pages
...will be seen that they are studded with a range of islands called the Florida Keys. These keys rise but a few feet, perhaps from six to eight or ten,...the sea. They begin to the north of Cape Florida, and extend in a southwesterly direction, gradually receding from the land until opposite Cape Sj.ble....
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Corals and Coral Islands

James Dwight Dana - Coral reefs and islands - 1872 - 398 pages
...washed." Professor Agassiz gives the following general account of the Keys and Reefs (see also map) : " The Keys consist of an extensive range of low islands,...the sea. They begin to the north of Cape Florida, when they converge toward the main land, extending in the form of a flat crescent in a southwesterly...
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