1903
DOI: 10.17077/0003-4827.2937 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Accnstomed to some of the luxuries of the east, the settlers sought conveniences here, making their claiois " 'cordin' to wood 'n water." My father placed his cabin in the border of an opening in the timber, near a spring, which fed a rivulet entering Chequest ereek two miles above its mouth. The scenes and experiences of that cabin life commencing in my fourteenth year are sweet and vivid memories. My senseB were constantly thrilled. The morningB passed something like this-supposing it to be the summer of 183… Show more

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