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도서 River on the left, approach each other and seem to cut down into the very foundation...에 대해 검색한 5개 도서 중 1 - 5
" River on the left, approach each other and seem to cut down into the very foundation of the mountain. The waters were rushing from beneath the glaciers, which, at their upper extremity were rent and broken into fissures and caverns of unknown depth. The... "
The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London - 80 페이지
저자: Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1867
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Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society, 11-12권

1867
...knolls of sand. We soon reached the foot of a broad snow-field, which sweeps around the south bide of the mountain, several miles in length, and extending...snows of ages, through the rents and chasms of which ПОЛУ escapo smoke, steam and gases from the pent-up fires below. The fires are yet so near that...
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The Ladies' Repository, 27권

1867
...very foundations of the mountains. The waters were rushing from beneath the glaciers, which, at the upper extremity, were rent and broken into fissures...immense crater, which could not have been less than three railes in diameter. .lie southern wall has fallen completely away, and the crater itself is filled...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 7권;70권

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1868
...River on the left, approach each other, near the upper edge of this field of snow, and seem to C4it down into the very foundation of the mountain. The...immense crater, which could not have been less than three miles in diameter. The southern wall of the crater has fallen completely away, and the crater...
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Oregon and its institutions: comprising a full history of the Willamette ...

Gustavus Hines - 1868 - 326 페이지
...the very foundations of the mountain. The waters are rushing from beneath the glaciers, which, at the upper extremity, were rent and broken into fissures...immense crater, which could not have been less than three miles in diameter. Its southern wall has fallen completely away, and the crater itself is filled...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1867
...glaciers, which at their upper extremity were rent and broken into fissures and caverns of unknown depths. The present summit of the mountain is evidently what...immense crater, which could not have been less than three miles in diameter. The southern wall of the crater has fallen completely away, and the crater...
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