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The Indians that made this stuff didn’t think it was anything special. They used it and tossed it aside. It was just used junk to them.
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July 22, 1914: Canary has sore wings. As chlorine began to be used throughout the U.S., some people were convinced that chlorine was bad for them and enlisted the help of their pets’ maladies to prove their point. 329 more words
While visiting Death Valley National Park in 2011, I took lodging in Lone Pine, California. While driving back to Lone Pine after my first visit to the park, into the setting sun with the Sierras rising before me, I saw what appeared to be a series of adobe-like structures in the foothills. 278 more words
June 27, 1912: Municipal Journal article. Los Angeles New Water Supply. “The plan and construction of the Los Angeles aqueduct have invited the interest and admiration of the engineer and layman generally throughout the United States both from the great distance-240 miles-that the water is to be carried into the city and the unusual obstacles that have presented themselves. 171 more words