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PILGRIMS ON THE PLAINS
June 12, 1869, pages 377 & 379 (Illustrated Article)
The engraving on page 377 represents a scene which will soon probably become a property of the past. It shows a pilgrim or emigrant train. The wagons are in corral, and the stock which has been let loose to graze at the hour of the eventide is just being driven in for the night. This hour is occupied with the principal meal of the day. The party encamped then reposes for the night, to resume its journeying at daybreak. The Pacific Railroad will soon furnish a more convenient style of pilgrimage.

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