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" ... cleared of its forest growth, but abounds with the most luxuriant herbage, and generally possesses a deep, rich soil of vegetable mould. The winter of this region is not more severe than that of Lower Canada. The snow is never very deep, and in the... "
Eighty Years' Progress of British North America: Showing the Wonderful ... - Halaman 77
oleh Henry Youle Hind, Thomas C. Keefer, John George Hodgins, Charles Robb - 1864 - 776 halaman
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 14

1861
...depth of the snow is never excessive, while in the richest tracts the natural pasture is so ahundant, that horses and cattle may be left to obtain their own food during the greater part of the winter ; and with proper care and management there is no doubt that, as far as climate is concerned, sheep...
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Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal

1861
...Association, Manchester, September 10, 1861. The depth of the snow is never excessive, while in the richest tracts the natural pasture is so abundant, that horses...their own food during the greater part of the winter; and with proper care and management there is no doubt that, as far as climate is concerned, sheep also...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 14

1861
...experienced throughout the entire summer. The depth of the snow is never excessive, while in the richest tracts the natural pasture is so abundant, that horses...their own food during the greater part of the winter ; and with proper care and management there is no doubt that, as far as climate is concerned, sheep...
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Annual Meetings: Proceedings Etc.]

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1861
...excessive, while in the richest tracts the natural pasture was ?o abundant that horses and cattle might be left to obtain their own food during the greater part of the winter ; and there was no doubt that sheep might be reared, were, it not for the immense packs of wolves which...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 31

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1862
...excessive, while in the richest tracts the natural pasture was so abundant that horses and cattle might be left to obtain their own food during the greater part of the winter ; and there was no doubt that sheep might be reared, were it not for the immense packs of wolves which...
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Eighty Years' Progress of the United States: From Revolutionary War to the ...

1864 - 569 halaman
...about 40,000,000 acres. It was formerly a wooded country, but by successive fires it has been partially cleared of its forest growth, but abounds with the...whole of the fertile belt used to be the favorite winter-quarters of countless herds who fattened on the rich abundance of the natural grasses, scraping...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 94

1867
...ve degrees of latitude further South." The depth of snow is never excessive, while in the richest tracts the natural pasture is so abundant, that horses...obtain their own food during the greater part of the summer. There is a large proportion of arable land, and even late in autumn, which is the dryest portion...
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Confederation: Or, The Political and Parliamentary History of Canada, from ...

John Hamilton Gray - 1872 - 432 halaman
...that of Lower Canada. The snow is never very deep, and in the wildest tracts the natural pasturage is so abundant that horses and cattle may be left...formerly the whole of the Fertile Belt used to be the favourite winter quarters of countless herds, who fattened on the rich abundance of the natural grasses...
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Confederation: Or, The Political and Parliamentary History of Canada, from ...

John Hamilton Gray - 1872 - 432 halaman
...of the winter. This perennial supply of i might have been predicted from the fact that the 1 chewan, west of Carlton, supports vast herds of buffalo during...formerly the whole of the Fertile Belt used to be the favourite winter quarters of countless herds, who fattened on the rich abundance of the natural grasses...
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Lovell's Gazetteer of British North America: Containing the Latest and Most ...

1875
...the south. The depth of snow is never excessive ; while in the richest tracts the natural pasturage is so abundant that horses and cattle may be left to obtain their food during the greater part of the winter: in fact up even to lat. 6 N., (Dunvegan on the Peace...
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