The writer, on one occasion, heard over the radio a dramatization of the attempts made by certain pioneers, one hundred and sixty years ago, to discover a path across a chain of mountains beyond which, it was felt, lay perhaps thousands of square miles of rich country. The opening up of these plains would mean much progress to the new country which was then being settled.
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