SMITHSONIAN CONTRIBUTIONS TO KNOWLEDGE

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Page 28 - Tingitana with this inscription, " we are they who fled from the face of Joshua the robber, the son of Nane.
Page 110 - The process by which nature restores the forest to its original state, after being once cleared, is extremely slow. The rich lands of the West are, indeed, soon covered again ; but the character of the growth is entirely different, and continues so for a long period. In several places upon the Ohio, and upon the farm which I occupy, clearings were made in the first settlement of the country, and subsequently abandoned...
Page 27 - Here we came to a nation of Indians remarkably white, and whose hair was of a reddish color, at least, mostly so.
Page 112 - TRAVELS IN SIBERIA : including Excursions northwards, down the Obi, to the Polar Circle, and southwards to the Chinese Frontier. By ADOLPH ERMAN. Translated by WD COOLEY, Esq. Author of " The History of Maritime and Inland Discovery ;

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