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" Subsequently to the drought of 1827 to 1832, a very rainy season followed, which caused great floods. Hence it is almost certain that some thousands of the skeletons were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist,... "
Land Mammals in the Western Hemisphere - Page 34
by William Berryman Scott - 1913 - 693 lehte
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The Living Age ..., 7. köide

1845
...this probably is the effect of a gradual increase, rather than of the destruction at any one period. Subsequently to the drought of 1827 to 1832, a very...were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist, viewing such an enormous collection of bones, of all kinds...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 39. köide

1845
...this probably is the effect of a gradual increase, rather than of the destruction at any one period. Subsequently to the drought of 1827 to 1832, a very...were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist, viewing such an enormous collection of bones, of all kinds...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 39. köide

1845
...this probably is the effect of a gradual increase, rather than of the destruction at any one period. Subsequently to the drought of 1827 to 1832, a very...were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist, viewing such an enormous collection of bones, of all kinds...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - 1846 - 336 lehte
...increase rather than of the destruction at any one period. Subsequently to the drought of 1827 to '32, a very rainy season followed, which caused great floods....were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist, viewing such an enormous collection of bones, of all kinds...
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The Rain Cloud: Or, an Account of the Nature, Properties, Dangers, and Uses ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1846
...Pampas were paved with bones. Subsequently to this unusual drought, a very rainy season commenced, which caused great floods. Hence it is almost certain, that some thousands of these skeletons were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist...
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New York Municipal Gazette (New York, N.Y.), 1. köide,41–48. number

Ebenezer Meriam - 1847
...rather than one of the destructions at any one period. Subsequently, to the drought of 1827 to '32, a very rainy season followed, which caused great floods. Hence it is almost certain that some thousands ot the skeletons were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a...
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The Gallery of Nature: a Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation ...

Thomas Milner - 1848 - 803 lehte
...this probably is the effect of a gradual increase, rather than of the destruction at any one period. Subsequently to the drought of 1827 to 1832, a very...were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist, viewing such an enormous collection of bones, of all kinds...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation

Thomas Milner - 1860
...this probably is the effect of a gradual increase, rather than of the destruction at any one period. Subsequently to the drought of 1827 to 1832, a very...were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist, viewing such an enormous collection of bones, of all kinds...
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The rain-cloud and The snow-storm

Charles Tomlinson - 1865 - 404 lehte
...Pampas were paved with bones. Subsequently to this unusual drought, a very rainy season commenced, which caused great floods. Hence it is almost certain, that some thousands of these skeletons were buried by the deposits of the very next year. What would be the opinion of a geologist...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 26. köide;89. köide

1877
...form of mud to yet lower levels. " Subsequently to the drought of 1827 to 1832," proceeds Darwin, '' a very rainy season followed, which caused great floods....almost certain that some thousands of the skeletons" (of creatures whose deaths he had described before) " were buried by the deposits of the very next...
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