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|Ogden, Frank One can not be an American by going about saying that one is an |
American. It is necessary to feel America, like America, love America and then
work. - O'Keeffe ... -O'Rourke, P.J. America once had the clarity of the pioneer ax.
|... after all, we have nothing to lose but our aitches. 3166 Shooting an Elephant |
Saints should always be judged guilty until they are proved innocent. OSBORN
Robert 3167 America once had the clarity of a pioneer axe. OSBORNE John
|OSBORN Robert 8396 America once had the clarity of a pioneer axe. |
OSBORNEIohn 1929 8397 The Entertainer Don't dap too hard - it's a very old
building. 8398 The Entertainer Thank God we're normal, Yes, this is our finest
|Ayn Rand Whoever wants to know the hearts and minds of America had better |
learn baseball. Jacques Barzun Americans are like a rich ... W. L. George
America once had the clarity of a pioneer axe. Robert Osborn In the United States
there is ...
|and-hate has allowed the machine to escape from the workshop and invade what |
was once our native dwelling place, ... *Thus Robert Osborn in the text of his
book of caricatures, The Vulgarians: "America once had the clarity of a pioneer ax
|Brigham Young was a rough-hewn New York craftsman whose impoverished life was electrified by the Mormon faith.|
|Once again, a boy and a girl sit with open volumes; however, here the |
background is not a set ofshelves carrying still more volumes ... Instead, the
background shows the viewer what has captured the imagination of these young
readers. A parade of American figures walks toward them: pioneers heading west
in front of a Conestoga wag- on, New ... a lumberjack with an axe over his
shoulder, a welder representing American industry, a deep-sea diver rep-
resenting exploration, a pilot.
|One had only to consider the achievements of such men as Tupper, Mackenzie, |
and Macdonald to see that, in Canada, talent and ... the clearing of the land - the
pioneer farmer received particularly close attention from Canadian acolytes of the
self- made man. By his hard work he at once advanced himself and gave content
to his country's development. ... And what allowed him to attain these heights -
the moral was driven home with unmistakable clarity by poet Isabella Valancy ...
|How a Visionary and the Glaciers of Alaska Changed America Kim Heacox. In |
Middle Ages Europe, dark forests had always been dangerous. ... Soon after he
arrived, the seventeenth century frontiersman realized that the New World was
the antipode ofparadise . ... Calls from the pulpit exhorted that those lands be “
brought under the axe and plow. ... to John Muir's birth,James Fenimore Cooper
became an American literary hero with the publication of his third novel, The
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