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1917 Excerpt: ...surrounding them are marked in various ways.
Sometimes it is by a stone or monument; often a county is separated
from an acjoining county by a public road, which is surveyed
purposely on the county line In some southern stares counties which
allow cattle to run at large are ofren separated from those which
do not by a fence. The boundary between Alaska and Canada is marked
by a clear strip in the woods 875 miles long. When a highway passes
from one country into another the traveler is made aware of the
fact bv thecustomt offiicals. Sometimes also, ir. France a tax is
collected on produce entering the cities. But in thinly settled
sections of the United State? the boundaries between counties and
even between states are not always marked and though known bv the
inhabitants, are often not to be recognized by a stranger. One
notable instance of a marked boundary is the great wall of China
which extends for a distance of more than 1,500 miles along what
was once the frontier of that empire. The readiness to see and
criticize faults draws us trom the things we should observe in
ourselves. LINCOLN ONE Enrollment--42 strong, healthy boys. Mere
Stacy, George Eisenheart, Nelson Groover and Harry Waters work all
day. Floyd Donahue, our line boy, went home Apr. 6 and James Busby
took his place. Boys receiving visits were: John Miramonti, Leo
Sylvester, Robert Radhs, William Thompson, Louis Levitsky, Clarence
Comstock and Milford Abel. Our base ball team consists of; R. Flynn
Catcher V. Rudy-Pitcher F. Harris 1st base F. Shattuck 2nd base J.
Busby Short Stop W. Thompson 3rd base M. Harp. Right Field J.
Miramonti Center Field F. Zagajewski Left Field We have played five
games and won each time. Our first game was with Roosevelt Cottage.
The score being 18 to a goose egg....
|Country of origin:
Industrial School for Boys
||246 x 189 x 1mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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