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" Newlyformed land found at the mouths of rivers. There are many thousand acres of this land at the mouth of the Wabash, and at the confluence of the Ohio with the Mississippi. It is annually inundated, and is very unhealthy. 3. "
A New System of Modern Geography, Or, A View of the Present State of the World - Page 210
by Sidney Edwards Morse - 1822 - 676 pages
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JOURNAL OF TRAVELS IN THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA AND IN LOWER CANADA

JOHN PALMER - 1818
...weeds. These bottoms are subject to inundations, the banks being several feet below highwater mark. There are many thousand acres of this land at the mouth of the Wabash, and at the confluence of the Mississippi. Woe be to the settler who locates himself on this deleterious soil. 3. Dry prairie, bordering...
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A Geographical, Historical, Commercial, and Agricultural View of the United ...

Daniel Blowe - Canada - 1820 - 751 pages
...and is covered in antumn with a luxuriant growth of weeds. These bottoms are subject to inundations. There are many thousand acres of this land at the mouth of the Wabash, and the confluence of the Mississippi. It would be unsafe for the settler to locate himself npon this soil....
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A New System of Modern Geography, Or, A View of the Present State of the ...

Sidney Edwards Morse - Atlases - 1822 - 676 pages
...six classes. 1. Bottoms, bearing a heavy growth of timber. This land is of the fir*t quality, anil is found on all the principal rivers. It varies in...prairies of the Illinois river are the most extensive i>f any east of the Mississippi, and have alone been estimated at 1,200,000 acres. This coil is not...
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A New Universal Gazetteer: Or Geographical Dictionary ...

Jedidiah Morse, Richard Cary Morse - Geography - 1823 - 856 pages
...of the first quality, and is found on all the principal rivers. It varies in width from 50 rods to2 miles, and is of inexhaustible fertility. 2. Newly...inundated, and is very unhealthy. 3. Dry prairies, approaching the river and bordering on the bottom land, but elevated from 30 to 100 feet. The prairies...
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The geography, history, and statistics, of America, and the West Indies ...

Henry Charles Carey, J. Lea - America - 1823 - 472 pages
...rivers. It varies in width from 50 rods to two miles, and is of inexhaustible fertility. 2. Newlyformed land found at the mouths of rivers. There are many...Wabash, and at the confluence of the Ohio with the MississippiIt is annually inundated, and is very unhealthy. 3. Dry prairies, approaching the rivers...
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Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 6

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1831
...confluences of rivers. It produces sycamore, cotum wood, water maple, water ash, elui, willow, oak, &c. There are many thousand acres of this land at the mouth of the Walmsh, and at the confluence of the Ohio with the Mississippi. It is annually inundated, and is unhealthy....
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An Accompaniment to Mitchell's Reference and Distance Map of the United ...

Samuel Augustus Mitchell - United States - 1834 - 324 pages
...confluences of rivers. It produces sycamore, cotton-wood, water-maple, water-ash, elm, willow, oak, &c. There are many thousand acres of this land at the...the Mississippi. It is annually inundated, and is unhealthy. 3. Dry prairies, approaching the rivers and bordering on the bottom land, from 30 to 100...
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An Accompaniment to Mitchell's Reference and Distance Map of the United ...

Samuel Augustus Mitchell - Geography - 1834 - 324 pages
...confluences of rivers. It pro duces sycamore, cotton-wood, water-maple, water-ash, elm, willow, oak, &c. There are many thousand acres of this land at the mouth of the Wa bash, and at the confluence of the Ohio with the Mississippi. It is annually inundated, and is unhealthy....
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America, Its Realities and Resources: Comprising Important Details ..., Volume 3

Francis Wyse - United States - 1846
...cottonwood, water-maple, water-ash, elm, willow, oak, &c. These bottoms are subject to inundations. There are many thousand acres of this land at the mouth of the Wabash and the confluence of the Mississippi. It would be unsafe for the settler to locate himself upon this soil....
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Encyclopędia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Volume 6

Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1851
...water ash, elm. willow, oak, &c. There are many thousand acres of this land at the moutli of tl”" Wabash, and at the confluence of the Ohio with the Mississippi. It is annually inundated, and is unhealthy. 3. Dry prairies, approaching the rivers and bordering on the bottom land, from 30 to 100...
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