All Roads Got Forks

Author: Marcus E. Cumbie
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1477279032
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"Can't be helped." That didn't mean the two boys had to like it. They had rambled the Sepulga River Swamp their entire lives. "You boys got to remember," the old woman told them. "All roads got forks.

Im Just A Fork Lift Operator After All What Do I Know

Author: Joseph Traver
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456846604
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All I knew was that I had found the road, and there was no way in this world that I
was going to leave that road again. Now the next question for me was, in which
direction do I start walking on the road? Do I walk to my right, or do I walk to my
left? Well, after some careful thought, I decided to go to the right because I
believed that all the time I was lost the road was to my right. So off I went walking
down the road. After walking for a while, I came to an intersection where the road
divided.

Refugees From Slavery

Author: Benjamin Drew
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486170489
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I went through the woods to a road on a ridge. I came to a guideboard–in order to
read it, I pulled it up, and read it in the moonlight, and found I was going wrong–
turned about and went back, travelling all night: lay by all day, travelled at night
till I came where Duck River and Tennessee come together. Here I found I was
wrong,–went back to a road that led down Tennessee River, the way I wanted to
go. This was Monday night,–the day before they had been there for me. A colored
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Forks In The Road

Author: Gunter Weis
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781456866952
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All. WORk. ANd. NO. plAy. . . IF. THIS SEEMS to be an ongoing litany of lament, I
might apologize. But I can't, and I won't. These were not the best of times, rather
times of struggle, of inconvenience, of shortage: an ongoing challenge. But only
so in retrospect, at least for me. The older folk remembered better times, whereas
for us youngsters things had always been like this. The war had come swiftly, but
still a day at a time. So you did adjust, you made the best of it, you did not think ...

Robert Frost Selected Poems

Author: Robert Frost
Publisher: Hardpress Publishing
ISBN: 9781290354387
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Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.

Going To And With The Dogs

Author: David Laursen
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595620167
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The new map I had just purchased showed a road to Stanton Bay—two different
roads in fact—so I was certainly not greatly worried about finding the right road.
Still, I wanted to be sure. ... The one piece of information we needed, and which
would have a critical impact on our travel plans, was simply not mentioned at all.
And there were hungry ... We took the road south and after a time came to a fork
in the road, the left fork bearing a sign saying PRIVATE. We took the right fork, but
this ...

Senate Documents

Author: USA Congress Senate
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At the point referred to, forty-three miles from the St. Mary's village, the river forks
in two main branches—one coming from the south-southeast, and the second
from the south-southwest. My trail lay ... This point is known among the Flatheads
as the place of “Many Roads,” there being many trails crossing and recrossing
each other at this point ... I think that empty wagons can ascend it, however, with
not much difficulty, though, as yet, none have ever crossed it in going towards the
east.

Reports Of Explorations And Surveys To Ascertain The Most Practicable And Economical Route For A Railroad From The Mississippi River To The Pacific Ocean

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I succeeded, therefore, in making the connexion between this point and the
Jefferson fork of the Missouri. ... The trail along the other fork is used by the Nez
Perces Indians on their road to the buffalo hunt east of the Rocky mountains. ...
very excellent road to within six or eight miles of its source, where the trail leads
over a somewhat difficult road for two or three miles, crossing what is termed "
Ross's Hole mountain," leading to a broad open prairie, surrounded on all sides
by mountains.

Reports Of Explorations And Surveys To Ascertain The Most Practicable And Economical Route For A Railroad From The Mississipi River To The Pacific Ocean

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I succeeded, therefore, in making the connexion between this point and the
Jefferson fork of the Missouri. ... The trail along the other fork is used by the Nez
Perces Indians on their road to the buffalo hunt east of the Rocky mountains. ...
very excellent road to within six or eight miles of its source, where the trail leads
over a somewhat difiicult road for two or three miles, crossing what is termed "
Ross's Hole mountain,” leading to a broad open prairie, surrounded on all sides
by mountains.

Reports Of Explorations And Surveys To Ascertain The Most Practicable And Economical Route For A Railroad From The Mississippi River To The Pacific Ocean

Author: United States. War Dept
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The trail along the other fork is used by the Nez Perces Indians on their road to
the buffalo hunt east of the Rocky mountains. ... the Flatheads as the place of “
Many Roads,” there being many trails crossing and recrossing each other at this
point. ... road to within six or eight miles of its source, where the trail leads over a
somewhat difficult road for two or three miles, crossing what is termed “Ross's
Hole mountain,” leading to a broad open prairie, surrounded on all sides by
mountains.