The Oregon Trail Illustrations

by

Thomas Hart Benton

 
 
Chapter XIII: Hunting Indians
 
The ridges of the hills were hard as rock, and strewn with pebbles of flint and coarse red jasper; looking from them, there was nothing to relieve the desert uniformity of the prospect, save here and there a pine-tree clinging at the edge of a ravine, and stretching out its rough, shaggy arms.

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