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" ... which dies a black color, like the gall of an oak, — and hence its name. Near the middle of the Swamp, the trees grow much closer, both the cypress and cedar; and being always green and loaded with large tops, are much exposed to the wind, and easily... "
The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies ... - Pagina 15
door Antonio de Alcedo - 1812
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art ..., Volume 7

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...whence its name. Near the middle of this swamp the trees grow much thicker, both cypress and cedar, and, being always green and loaded with very large tops,...are much exposed to the wind and easily blown down. Neither beast, bird, insect, nor reptile, approach the heart of this horrible desert ; perhaps deterred...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 7

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...swamp the trees grow much thicker, both cypress and cedar, and, being always green and loaded with vpry large tops, are much exposed to the wind and easily blown down. Neither beast, bird, insect, nor reptile, approach the heart of tins horrible, desert ; perhaps deterred...
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A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of Virginia, and the District of Columbia

Joseph Martin - 1835 - 636 pagina’s
...Swamp, the trees grow much closer, both the cypress and cedar; and being always green and loaded with large tops, are much exposed to the wind, and easily blown down, in this boggy place, where the soil is too soft to afford sufficient hold to the roots. From these...
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Historical Collections of Virginia: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1845 - 544 pagina’s
...swamp, the trees grow much closer, both the cypress and cedar ; and being always green, and loaded with large tops, are much exposed to the wind, and easily blown down in this boggy place, where the soil is too soft to afford sufficient hold to the roots. From these...
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Historical Collections of Virginia: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1852 - 544 pagina’s
...swamp, the trees grow much closer, both the cypress and cedar ; and being always green, and loaded with large tops, are much exposed to the wind, and easily blown down in this boggy place, where the soil is too soft to affonl sufficient hold to the roots. From these...
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THE GREAT REPUBLIC

JAME D. Mc CABE, JR - 1871
...swamp, the trees grow much closer, both the cypress and cedar ; and being always green, and loaded with large tops, are much exposed to the wind., and easily blown down in this boggy place, where the soil is too soft to afford sufficient hold to the roots. From these...
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THE GREAT REPUBLIC: BEING A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN UNION

JAS. D. M'CABE, JR. - 1871
...swamp, the trees grow much closer, both the cypress and cedar; and being always green, and loaded with large tops, are much exposed to the wind., and easily blown down in this boggy place, where the soil is too soft to afford sufficient hold to the roots. From these...
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The Slave in the Swamp: Disrupting the Plantation Narrative

William Tynes Cowan - 2005 - 285 pagina’s
...which last is commonly mistaken for the juniper. Towards the south end is a large tract of reeds. . . . Near the middle of the Dismal the trees grow much...being always green, and loaded with very large tops, arc easily blown down, the boggy ground affording but a slender hold to the roots. Neither beast, bird,...
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A Comprehensive Description of Virginia and the District of Columbia ...

Joseph Martin (of Charlottesville, Va.) - 1839 - 636 pagina’s
...Swamp, the trees grow much closer, both the cypress and cedar; and being always green and loaded with large tops, are much exposed to the wind, and easily blown down, in this boggy place, where the soil is too soft to afford sufficient hold to the roots. From these...
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