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New York Weekly
v. 25 no. 48
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New York Weekly v. XXV, no. 48, October 13, 1870 (Issue)
October 13, 1870
Away back down the dusty corridors of time ere the Genoese navigator had startled the dwellers of the East from their sleep of ignorance by his project; while the silence which reigned over the forests, and mountains, and prairies of the New World remained unbroken, save by the howl of wild animals and the dread war-whoop of the conquering savage.