Lexicographical Neighbors of Creston
Literary usage of Creston
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. British Columbia Adventure Guide by Lynn Readicker-Henderson (2004)
"From creston, you can take the east fork, which leads you right between the ... creston creston is your quintessential crossroads town, with road options to ..."
2. Hittell's Hand-book of Pacific Coast Travel by John Shertzer Hittell (1885)
"Approaching creston we have a good view, and the last one, of Elk Mountain and ... creston to Granger.—West of creston 2J miles, and 89J miles from Sherman, ..."
3. Speeches and Addresses of William McKinley: From March 1, 1897 to May 30, 1900 by William McKinley (1900)
"SPEECH AT creston, IOWA, OCTOBER 13, 1898. My Fellow-Citizens : The cheerful faces of this great assemblage give me assurance of what I have already known, ..."
4. Remarks on the Navigation of the Coasts Between San Francisco and Panama by William Harwar Parker (1871)
"A good berth is in eight or nine fathoms water, with South Bluff—creston Island—bearing W. by SJ S., Black Rock SSE, and the Town of Mazatlan K by W. J W. ..."
5. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"creston creston is your quintessential crossroads town, with road options to the north and east as well as south to the US border and west through a lot of ..."
6. Editorial Comments on the Life and Work of Mary Baker Eddy by Christian Science Publishing Society (1911)
"[Morning American, creston, la.] The death of Mrs. Eddy has removed from earth one of the greatest characters that the world has ever produced. ..."