Recontructing America Middle/High School Teaching Guide, A

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As many as a dozen stowaways have sometimes been discovered in one ship; and cases have occurred, though not frequently, of men, women, and young boys, having been taken dead out of the barrels or chests in which they had concealed themselves, to avoid payment of 3 Pounds or 4 Pounds passage money. Sandy beaches also rim much of the Gulf Coast, except for the Mississippi Delta area, where marshes, swamps, and bayous extend to the sea. It is widely used by ships and aircraft for safety; it has become an important tool in the movement of buses, trucks, and taxicabs.

Pages: 136

Publisher: Oxford University Press; Revised ed. edition (November 1, 2005)

ISBN: 0195188926

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