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Maggi Kochstudio
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Wow. Now there are even Maggi stores where you can buy food or learn how to cook. Seen in a shopping mall cum university library in Leipzig.

Image from page 152 of “Birds of lakeside and prairie” (1901)
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Title: Birds of lakeside and prairie
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Clark, Edward Brayton
Subjects: Birds
Publisher: Chicago, New York, A.W. Mumford
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ten hours old.It is my firm conviction that the racket that the father andmother bird made the night before was their method of rejoic-ing that unto them several children were born. The bird-lovers best time abroad is usually before break-fast. We walked that morning along the edge of the swampand listened to the fluting of the redwings. In a littleclump of trees, whose fohage was nearly full, we found theredstarts and the yellow warblers. There were other warblersin their company, but they gave us only a fleeting glimpse,and though we followed through the tangled thickets as theywent from tree to tree, we had to give them up in despair.Warbler time is the time to try the bird-lovers soul. Theelusive creatures invariably give the observer a crook in theback, and not infrequently give him a crook in the temper.A pair of doves flew by. We had heard their notes ever sincewe had left the house. There is something more than mournfulin the doves note. To me there is something that the chil-

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MARYLAND YELLOW-THROAT. <^From Haunts of Coot and Hern 119 dren call creepy in the sound. Doves are abundantthroughout the Middle Western country, but how long theywill continue so is a question. Our wise legislators in manystates have been putting these birds on the game list so thatthey may be shot and turned over to the cook. Before longthe wise ones will be planning an open season for humming-birds and kinglets. The doves were out of sight, but hardly out of mind, whenmy companion caught sight of a male bluebird sitting on astump about forty yards away. The stump had holes in it,any one of which looked like an ideal place for a bluebirdsnest. Presently the female bluebird appeared. She took aperch by the side of her husband. In truth, we said, thebirds have a nest in the stump. Then we looked at themthrough our glasses and became more firmly convinced thanever that the nest was just below them, for the glass revealedthe fact that Mrs. Bluebird had a fat grub in her bill. Soon,h

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Image from page 271 of “Exploration and survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah : including a reconnoissance of a new route through the Rocky Mountains.” (1853)
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Title: Exploration and survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah : including a reconnoissance of a new route through the Rocky Mountains.
Year: 1853 (1850s)
Authors: Stansbury, Howard Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1887 Birard, Charles Frédéric, 1822-1895 Haldeman, Samuel Stehman, 1812-1880 Torrey, John, 1796-1873 Hall, James, 1811-1898 United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers
Subjects: Mormons Mormon Church
Publisher: Washington : Robert Armstrong, Public Printer
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both the shore party and themselves while pass-ing to and fro over the plain. In addition to this difficulty,how were the provisions to be carried and cooked ? These con-siderations induced me to hesitate in risking the lives of mypeople by attempting to penetrate this desert, where the slightestderangement of the measure by which they were to be suppliedwith water might prove fatal. The appearance of the plain indi-cated that the lake had not been over it for very many years, forit was thickly grown up with grease-wood; and the great proba-bility, if not positive certainty, was, that, as the waters wereevidently in a state of subsidence, they would never again over-flow it. As, therefore, my object was to survey the shore of thelake in its present stage, I determined to abandon, in this instance,the storm-line, and to run the line of survey to a point west ofthe water, as it then was, and thence to strike across the flat toStrongs Knob, triangulating upon the prominent points of tlie

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WESTERN SHORE STRONGs KNOB STATION. 199 diflFerent ranges, so as to obtain their general shape and distances,and sketching in the intervening ground. This course wouldsecure all the ends of practical utility, without the hazard anddelay to be incurred by penetrating the desert. The hill from which we made our reconuoissance was about threehundred feet high, and consisted of coarsely granular and earthyhmestone, terminating to the northward in a perpendicular cliff ofthe same formation, in horizontal strata of only a few inches inthickness from top to bottom, the whole of which was iu a state ofrapid disintegration. Friday^ June 7.—As it was not expected that the line couldreach Strongs Knob before the following day, and there was nointervening point that could be reached by the larger boat, pro-visions ready cooked and the blankets of the shore party weretransferred to the skiff, whose crew was directed to coast along theshallow water as far south as they could get, and then to land

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