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" Atlantic coast. This seaboard country presented in its different portions different aspects, which had a corresponding effect upon the colonists. In New England the lowland belt is only from fifty to eighty miles wide ; but it gradually broadens as it... "
Journal of School Geography - Side 8
1897
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North America

Fanny Dorothea Herbertson - 1901 - 308 sider
...wide, but it gradually broadens as it continues southward, till in the Carolinas the mountains are 250 miles back from the sea. The area adapted to settlement...boulders, which had to be removed at the cost of infinite labour before the land was ready for cultivation. The hardest work had to be done before a plough could...
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American History and Its Geographic Conditions

Ellen Churchill Semple - 1903 - 690 sider
...fifty to eighty miles wide ; but it gradually broadens as it continues southward, till in the Carolinas the mountains are two hundred and fifty miles back...be tilled for a long time without giving signs of exhaustion.3 This fact, together with the small area at their command, preserved to the settlers the...
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