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Starting in the late 1800s, settlers of the Great Basin poisoned prairie dogs to leave more grass for their cattle.
There is no infrastructure to connect to and, despite official claims that the government is supporting the settlers, not enough government money to build it.
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Eventually, settlers occupied the nearby fort and surrounding areas, and by 1851, Des Moines was officially incorporated as a city.
One other thing the settlers also brought along were their legal systems, rules of the road to govern their behavior in the new communities they built.
But before many months had passed there was hardly a settler without slave labour, the principal exception being my father.
MASS' GEORGEGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
One attacked a settler, who returned a mortal wound with a pitchfork.
The settler passed the mouth of the wood road leading to the cabin.
EARTH'S ENIGMASCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Presently the settler realized whence the cries were coming.
EARTH'S ENIGMASCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
"I should say wait till morning, certainly," the settler said.
"It's a terrible business," the settler said to Reuben, as he turned to go into the house.

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