Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Gulf” in chapter 35 of William Hepworth Dixon, White Conquest: Volume 1:
...nd branches hung with vegetable filth — the noisome and funereal weed called Spanish moss. Our vessel, plying between Indianola, in Texas, and Brashear, in Louisiana, skirts two of the rich Gulf States, and connects the port of Galveston with the river at New Orleans. She carries few natives, either Mexican or American. Her passengers, like her crew, are mostly Scotch and English; for t...
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|†||Gulf||107||2||1||0||0 user votes|
|W. Gulf||250||0||0||0||0 user votes|
|E. Gulf||154||0||0||0||0 user votes|
|Feb Gulf||2||0||0||0||0 user votes|
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