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Footbridge on the Delaware

"The camp was not very far from the eastern branch of the Delaware, and many a keen search for the tracks of bear and deer, reported as being in the neighborhood, was conducted on principles of Indian reasoning, and brought Cooper's "Deer Slaver" and other stories so strongly to mind that the books had to be brought out and read aloud, as had also "The Lady of the Lake" and many another poem which gave expression to the romance of this life."

 

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