In The Valley Of Havilah (1890) download epub
by Frederick Thickstun Clark
Clark, Frederick Thickstun, b. 1858; Frank F. Lovell Book Company.
Clark, Frederick Thickstun, b. pbl. Publication date. New York : Frank F. Lovell & Company.
Clark, Frederick Thickstun, 1858-; Frank F. library of congress; americana. Kahle/Austin Foundation. The Library of Congress.
Frederick Thickstun Clark. Excerpt from In the Valley of Havilah. If the stranger becomes curious and visits the place, he finds his picture by no means an exaggeration of the truth. The dweller in the land of Havilah lives with a growing sense of his own littleness in this realm of epic possibilities, feeling that it should be peopled by genii and dragons he goes away enlarged by the consciousness that he has been the witness Of unheard-of changes, the companion'and inti mate Of stupendous physical forces, the friend of Nature's.
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Havilah Babcock (September 8, 1837 – April 21, 1905) was an American manufacturing executive and a joint founder of the Kimberly-Clark Corporation. Born in Franklin, Vermont, Babcock moved with his family to Waukesha, Wisconsin in 1846. In 1849 they moved again to Neenah, Wisconsin, his father had gotten a contract to excavate and construct the Neenah portion of the Fox-Wisconsin Waterway.
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