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" Generally, in all the western settlements, three classes, like the waves of the ocean, have rolled one after the other. First comes the pioneer, who depends for the subsistence of his family chiefly upon the natural growth of vegetation, called the "range,"... "
A New Guide for Emigrants to the West: Containing Sketches of Michigan, Ohio ... - Page 120
by John Mason Peck - 1837 - 381 pages
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1894
...waves. In Peck's New Guide to the West, published in Boston in 1837, occurs this suggestive passage : Generally, in all the western settlements, three classes,...the ocean, have rolled one after the other. First conies the pioneer, who depends for the subsistence of his family chiefly upon the natural growth of...
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Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin at ..., Volumes 39-44

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1892
...In Peck's Neiv Guide to the Went, published in Cincinnati in 1848, occurs this suggestive passage: "Generally, in all the western settlements, three...subsistence of his family chiefly upon the natural growth of vegeta tion, called the 'range,' and the proceeds of hunting. His implements of agriculture are rude,...
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Proceedings [of The] Annual Business Meeting, Issues 41-44

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - Wisconsin - 1894
...waves. In Peck's New Guide to the Went, published in Cincinnati in 1848, occurs this suggestive passage: "Generally, in all the western settlements, three...subsistence of his family chiefly upon the natural growth of vegeta tion, called the ' range,' and the proceeds of hunting. His implements of agriculture are rude,...
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Annual Report

American Historical Association - History - 1894
...suggestive passage: Generally, in ull the western settlements, three classes, like the waves of tho ocean, have rolled one after the other. First comes...natural growth of vegetation, called the "range," und the proceeds of hunting. His implements of agriculture are rude, chiefly of his own make, and his...
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Selected Readings in Economics

Charles Jesse Bullock - Economics - 1907 - 705 pages
...waves. In Peck's "New Guide to the West," published in Boston in 1837. occurs this suggestive passage : Generally, in all the western settlements, three classes,...ocean, have rolled one after the other. First comes thjijHoneer, who depends for the subsistence of his family chiefly upon the natural growth of vegetation,...
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The Economic History of the United States

Ernest Ludlow Bogart - Industries - 1912 - 597 pages
...described in Peck's New Guide to the West, published in Boston in 1837, in the following passage : "Generally, in all the western settlements, three...family chiefly upon the natural growth of vegetation, and the proceeds of hunting. His implements of agriculture are rude, chiefly of his own make, and his...
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The Economic History of the United States

Ernest Ludlow Bogart - Industries - 1917 - 597 pages
...described in Peck's New Guide to the West, published in Boston in 1837, in the following passage : "Generally, in all the western settlements, three...depends for the subsistence of his family chiefly upon i\]p. natural growth of vegetation, and the proceeds nLJiunting. His implements of agriculture are...
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Readings in Rural Sociology

John Phelan - Agriculture - 1920 - 632 pages
...into such cities as Albany, Pittsburg, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, Council Bluffs, and Kansas City. Generally, in all the Western settlements, three classes,...depends for the subsistence of his family chiefly npon the natural growth of vegetation called the "range," and the proceeds of hunting. His implements...
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THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN HISTORY

FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER - 1920
...waves. In Peck's N*w Guide to the West, published in Boston in 1837, occurs this suggestive passage: Generally, in all the western settlements, three classes,...depends for the subsistence of his family chiefly X upon the natural growth of vegetation, called the " range," and the proceeds of hunting. His implements...
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The Making of Our Country: A History of the United States for Schools

Smith Burnham - United States - 1920 - 623 pages
...comes the pioneer who depends for the subsistence of his family chiefly upon the natural growth of the vegetation called the 'range' and the proceeds of...are rude, chiefly of his own make, and his efforts are directed mainly to a crop of corn and a turnip patch. A field of a dozen acres is enough for his...
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