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Literary usage of Pembina
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biennial report by North Dakota Geological Survey (1908)
"pembina Delta—The largest tributary of the Red river in North Dakota is the pembina river, which has cut a valley about 400 feet deep and a mile wide in the ..."
2. A Trip Through the Lakes of North America: Embracing a Full Description of by John Disturnell (1857)
""There is a settlement at pembina, where the dividing lino between British ... It is situated on the pembina River. It is an Indian- French word meaning ..."
3. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1905)
"A maximum development is reached near the pembina river where elevations of 600-700 feet above ... By far the most important of these is the pembina river. ..."
4. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1905)
"By far the most important of these is the pembina river. The Little pembina is its main tributary and this together with the Tongue river IO miles farther ..."
5. Report on the Geology and Resources of the Region in the Vicinity of the by George Mercer Dawson (1875)
"pembina Escarpment—Niobrara group—Fossils of the Boyne River—pembina Mountain ... Cretaceous Rocks of pembina Escarpment, pembina River, and Long River. ..."
6. The Prairie Province: Sketches of Travel from Lake Ontario to Lake Winnipeg by James Cleland Hamilton (1876)
"THE pembina BRANCH. OUR course has been along the Dakota or western side of the river. The railway is to run on the other side. As to its prospects, ..."
7. The History of Minnesota: From the Earliest French Explorations to the by Edward Duffield Neill (1858)
"pembina was, at that time, as now, a small hamlet, the rival companies of the North-west and of Hudson's Bay having each a trading post, at the confluence ..."
8. History of Dakota Territory by George Washington Kingsbury, George Martin Smith (1915)
"All believed that pembina was as widely known as Dakota, and they knew it ... Before the Territory of Dakota was organized, the "pembina country" was the ..."