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  • Franklin Pierce Junction Pierceville Pike, Zebulon Montgomery Pike's Expedition Pike's Peak Trail Pioneer Piper Piqua Pittsburg Plains Plains, Great (See
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  • continuance of my engagement on the Commercial during the summer and fall. “Pike's Peak” was the all-absorbing topic in the press throughout the United States
    332 bytes (4,190 words) - 19:23, 17 October 2013
  • dominated by Pike’s Peak (14,108 ft.). Much more beautiful as a whole is the Sangre de Cristo range. At its southern end are Blanca Peak (14,390) and
    765 bytes (9,579 words) - 19:57, 29 October 2015
  • existence of gold at Pike's Peak. I felt warranted in saying through the columns of the Commercial that not over a thousand dollars' worth of wash-gold had reached
    350 bytes (38,387 words) - 16:59, 21 October 2013
  • of the discovery of gold on the South Platte reached me. I thereupon determined not to go further West, but to make for Pike's Peak. I set out from Fort
    334 bytes (4,331 words) - 23:42, 15 October 2013
  • and Hay for Fuel—The Early School System—How it was Supported—Statistics of 1859—Gradual Improvement of Conditions—Pike’s Peak Gold Discoveries 385-397
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  • large, barnacle-crusted cask. "She's been afloat for forty years," was Mr. Pike's judgment. "Look at the size of the barnacles, and look at the whiskers."
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  • Lecture, or the Boston Athenaeum. They pine for adventure, and must go to Pike's Peak; had rather die by the hatchet of a Pawnee, than sit all day and every
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  • rapidly increased along the Missouri. Great numbers who rushed to Pike's Peak in 1859 when the gold excitement was at its height, on their return, disappointed
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  • highwayman on him: try him with a course of mobs: send him to Kansas, to Pike's Peak, to Oregon: and, if he have true faculty, this may be the element he
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  • downhearted and sea-sore with disappointment at not sighting the Lion's Head peak of the Ancient Mariner's treasure island. "I'll show I ain't a pincher,"
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  • hyperbola disguised as Mr. Punch, advances rap- idly to the highest point (Pike's Peak) where it halts and looks about. Or just about. The market closes at
    86 KB (15,201 words) - 22:51, 29 December 2015
  • Fountain, is the name bestowed upon a considerable stream that heads under Pike's Peak, in lat. 38° 52' 10" north, long. 39 Before reaching the States, however
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