Definition of Indian trail
1. Noun. A trail through the wilderness worn by Amerindians.
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Literary usage of Indian trail
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1887)
"THE indian trail. BY ROSSITER JOHNSON. IN days long gone, where rocky cliffs Rise high above the river's vale, There was a path of doubts and ifs,— We ..."
2. Works by Washington Irving (1895)
"indian trail—Rough Mountain Travelling—Suffering from Hunger and Thirst—Powder River—A Hunter's Paradise—Rocky Mountains—The Great American Desert—Various ..."
3. Travels in North America During the Years 1834, 1835 & 1836: Including a by Charles Augustus Murray (1839)
"Herds of Antelopes.—Wild Grapes and Plums.—Culinary Invention.— Watery Labyrinth.—Discovery of an indian trail.—Pursuit of its Course.—Loss of our Horses. ..."
4. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U.S.A., in the Rocky Mountains and the by Washington Irving, Benjamin Louis Eulalie de Bonneville (1898)
"... River Mountains—Treasury of Waters—A Stray Horse—An indian trail- Trout Streams—The Great Green River Valley—An Alarm—A Band of Trappers—Fontenelle, ..."
5. Works by Washington Irving (1895)
"Magnificent Scenery—Wind River Mountains—Treasury of Waters—A Stray Horse—An indian trail— Trout Streams—The Great Green River Valley—An Alarm—A Band of ..."
6. Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey: Made Under the by William Hemsley Emory, United States Dept. of the Interior, Spencer Fullerton Baird, Timothy Abbot Conrad, George Englemann, James Hall, Charles Christopher Parry, John Torrey (1859)
"... at a distance varying from two thousand to three thousand feet ; along this passes an extensive indian trail, but to all appearances not recently used. ..."