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This crucial consultant to protection within the box positive aspects ninety venomous animals and greater than 250 toxic crops and fungi. The 340 line drawings make identity quick and straightforward; a hundred and sixty species also are illustrated with colour photos.

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Pony Express riders changed horses at each station. Each rider rode about 75 miles, riding 6 to 8 different horses, before turning the mail over to a new rider, who would complete his piece of the relay. The fastest ride on record was in March of 1861, when the Pony Express sped President Abraham Lincoln’s inaugural address from St. Joseph, Missouri, to California. It was safely delivered in just 7 days and 17 hours. Although a great part of American history, the Pony Express didn’t last long. Just 18 months after it started, the telegraph, a new invention by Samuel Morse, made communication even faster.

Heard you might be in trouble,” the colonel yelled as he raced toward them. Fast grinned and pointed toward the canyon. ” The cavalry took off after Gila Joe and his gang. On the other side of Echo Canyon, Fast spied Cactus Gulch. They’d made it! Fast handed the urgent letter to the mayor. The mayor cleared his throat, “This letter’s from President A. ” The townsfolk grew quiet as they lent an ear. A. CACTUS GULCH, WELCOME TO THE UNION! —President A. Blinkin The crowd cheered as the wind took to whistlin’ America the Beautiful.

THE CAVALRY’S COMIN’,” yelled Fast. “BANG, BANG. THE CAVALRY’S COMIN’,” the canyon walls yelled back. “WHOOP, WHOOP, WAHOO,” yelled Fast. “WHOOP, WHOOP, WAHOO,” answered the canyon walls. ” Snappy hopped back and forth kicking up dirt and sand until it looked like a tornado. The west wind blew that dust tornado smack into Gila Joe and his gang. Just then, Fast ’n’ Snappy heard a bugle blare. IT WAS THE REAL CAVALRY! “Heard you might be in trouble,” the colonel yelled as he raced toward them. Fast grinned and pointed toward the canyon.

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