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" Shortly after passing the first spring we came in sight of a famous tree, which the Indians reverence as the altar of Walleechu. It is situated on a high part of the plain ; and hence is a landmark visible at a great distance. As soon as a tribe of Indians... "
What Mr. Darwin Saw in His Voyage Round the World in the Ship "Beagle". - Page 110
by Charles Darwin - 1879 - 228 pages
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1846 - 336 pages
...came in sight of a famous tree, which the Indians reverence as the altar of Walleechu. It is situated on a high part of the plain, and hence is a landmark...about three feet. It stands by itself without any neighbour, and was indeed the first tree we saw; afterwards we met with a few others of the same kind,...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1846 - 336 pages
...came in sight of a famous tree, which the Indians reverence as the altar of Walleechu. It is situated on a high part of the plain, and hence is a landmark...distance. As soon as a tribe of Indians come in sight of.it, they offer their adorations by loud shouts. The tree itself is low, much branched, and thorny:...
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The Voice of pity for South America [afterw.] A Voice for South ..., Volume 8

South American missionary society - 1861
...came in sight of a famous tree, which the Indians reverence as the altar of Walleechu. It is situated on a high part of the plain, and hence is a landmark...about three feet. It stands by itself without any neighbour, and was indeed the first tree we saw ; afterwards we met with a few others of the same kind,...
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JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES INTO THE COUNTRIES VISITED DURING THE VOYAGE OF H.M.S ...

CHARLES DARWIN, M.A., F.R.S., - 1871
...came in sight of a famous tree, which the Indians reverence as the altar of Walleechu. It is situated on a high part of the plain, and hence is a landmark...at a great distance. As soon as a tribe of Indians corne in sight of it, they offer their adorations by loud shouts. The tree itself is low, much branched,...
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The origin of civilisation and the primitive condition of man; mental and ...

1875 - 15 pages
...3 mentions a sacred tree ' which the Indiana reverence as the altar of Walleechu. ' It is situated on a high part of the plain, and hence is ' a landmark...of it they offer their ' adorations by loud shouts It stands by itself ' without any neighbour, and was indeed the first tree ' we saw ; afterwards we...
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The origin of civilisation and the primitive condition of man; mental and ...

1875 - 15 pages
...on a high part of the plain, and hence is 4 a landmark visible at a great distance. As soon as a 4 tribe of Indians come in sight of it they offer their ' adorations by loud shouts It stands by itself ' without any neighbour, and was indeed the first tree 4 we saw ; afterwards we...
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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Volume 8

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1878
...the plain, and is a landmark visible at a great distance. As it stands by itself without a neighbor, as soon as a tribe of Indians come in sight of it, they offer their adorations by loud shouts. Being winter, the tree had no leaves, but in their place numberless threads, by which the various offerings,...
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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Volume 8

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1878
...the plain, and is a landmark visible at a great distance. As it stands by itself without a neighbor, as soon as a tribe of Indians come in sight of it, they oiler their adorations by loud shouts. Being winter, the tree had no leaves, but in their place numberless...
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Annual Report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Volume 8

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1878
...the plain, and is a landmark visible at a great distance. As it stands by itself without a neighbor, as soon as a tribe of Indians come in sight of it, they otter their adorations by loud shouts. Being winter, the tree nad no leaves, but in their place numberless...
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A Naturalist's Voyage: Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1889 - 519 pages
...in sight of " a famous tree, which the Indians reverence as the altar of Walleechu. It is situated on a high part of the plain, and hence is a landmark...about three feet. It stands by itself without any neighbour, and was indeed the first tree we saw ; afterwards we met with a few others of the same kind,...
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