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It was a thousand years ago, and a mighty caravan of mammoths were travelling across the American continent.
LETTERS FROM THE ALLEGHANY MOUNTAINSCHARLES LANMAN
Some of these were large enough to be called mammoths, as the largest Bronze Turkeys were.
OUR DOMESTIC BIRDSJOHN H. ROBINSON
During my childhood, as I remember, my parents were served by one of those mammoths.
HANIAHENRYK SIENKIEWICZ
The group of vegetable mammoths was as impressive a sight as the lads had ever gazed upon.
THE MOTOR RANGERS THROUGH THE SIERRASMARVIN WEST
Then the Mammoths came thundering and trumpeting across the plateau, going through and over the lesser beasts like a tidal wave.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Then behind them, along the brink, black and gigantic against the blue sky-line, appeared a group of the Mammoths.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
On their heels thundered a second herd of Mammoths, their trunks held high in the air, the red caverns of their mouths wide open.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
A second or two more and a long array of mammoths emerged along the path of the cloud.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Mammoths have been discovered frozen in the ice with half-digested tropical plants in their stomach.
THE TIME TRADERSANDRE NORTON
Mammoths and elks sported on plains which now form the mountain tops of our continents.
A MANUAL OF THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF ARTG. G. (GUSTAVUS GEORGE) ZERFFI

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