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" The whole state, below the mountains, rests on an immense bed of limestone, usually about eight feet below the surface. There are every, where apertures in this limestone, through which the waters of the rivers sink into the earth. The large rivers of... "
Commercial Directory: Containing, a Topographical Description, Extent and ... - Strana 52
1823 - 283 str.
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A New System of Geography: Ancient and Modern ... Accompanied with an Atlas ...

Jedidiah Morse, Sidney Edwards Morse - 1822 - 378 str.
...Green river and the Cumberland. the surface. There are every where apertures in this bed of limestone, through which the waters of the rivers sink into the...States, and the small Streams entirely disappear. Productions. The principal productions are hemp, tobacco, wheat, Indian corn, rye, &c. Salt. Salt springs...
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A New System of Modern Geography, Or, A View of the Present State of the ...

Sidney Edwards Morse - 1822 - 676 str.
...lime stone, usually about 8 feet below the surface. There are every where apertures in this limpstone, through which the waters of the rivers sink into the...the dry season, than those of any part of the United Slates, and the small streams entirely disappear. The banks of the rivers are natural curiosities....
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A New System of Modern Geography, Or, A View of the Present State of the World

Sidney Edwards Morse - 1822 - 676 str.
...stone, usually about 8 feet below the surface. Tiier<j are every where apertures in this limestone, through which the waters of the rivers sink into the...Kentucky, for this reason, are more diminished during the dr* season, than those of any part of the United Slates, and the small streams entirely disappear....
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A New Universal Gazetteer: Or Geographical Dictionary ...

Jedidiah Morse, Richard Cary Morse - 1823 - 856 str.
...limestone, usually about 8 feet below the surface. There are every where apertures in this limestone, through which the waters of the rivers sink into the...the dry season, than those of any part of the United Slates, and the small streams entirely disappear. The banks of the rivers are natural curiosities ;...
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The Geography, History, and Statistics, of America, and the West Indies ...

Henry Charles Carey, J. Lea - 1826 - 477 str.
...limestone, usually about eight feet below the surface. There are everywhere apertures in this limestone, through which, the waters of the rivers sink into...States, and the small streams entirely disappear. The banks of the river* are natural curiosities. They have generally worn very deep channels in the calcareous...
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The Modern Traveller: A Popular Description, Geographical, Historical, and ...

Josiah Conder - 1830
...the character of the inhabitants lessen one's regret at leaving it."—Americans as they arc, p. 49, dry season, than those of any part of the United States, and the small streams entirely disappear. They generally run in very deep channels, which they have worn in the calcareous rock ; and the banks...
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North America, Svazek 2

Josiah Conder - 1830
...the character of the inhabitants lessen one's regret at leaving it."—Americans as they arc, p. 49. dry season, than those of any" part of the United States, and the small streams entirely disappear. They generally run in very deep channels, which they have worn in the calcareous rock ; and the banks...
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An Accompaniment to Mitchell's Reference and Distance Map of the United ...

Samuel Augustus Mitchell - 1834 - 324 str.
...limestone, usually about eight feet below the surface. There are everywhere apertures in this limestone, through which the waters of the rivers sink into the...diminished during the dry season, than those of any other part of the United States, and the small streams entirely disappear. The banks of the rivers...
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A Practical System of Modern Geography, Or, a View of the Present State of ...

Jesse Olney - 1838 - 288 str.
...limestone, usually about eight feet below the surface. There are every where apertures in this limestone, through which the waters of the rivers sink into the earth. The large rivers of this state, for this reason, are more diminished during the dry season than those of any part of the...
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A New Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary: Of North America and the West ...

Bishop Davenport - 1838 - 518 str.
...the rivers sin into the earth. The large rivers of Kentucky, for this reason, are more dimin ished during the dry season, than those of any part of the United States, an the small streams entirely disappear. The banks of the rivers are natura curiosities ; the rivers...
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