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It was his teenage son, Colton, talking about some guy who had shown up at the Gows’ home.It’s His Land. Now a Canadian Company Gets to Take It.|by Lee van der Voo for ProPublica|October 1, 2020|ProPublica
In 2012 alone, approximately 1,607 babies per million were named Colton—a peak high for the name.
At this point in his reflections he became aware that Colton was turning his head with a sort of slow significance.
Colton's mind seldom roved far from politics, and it required little tact to lead him to the trough.
On one side of her sat the elder Mrs. Colton, in black silk with a point-lace collar; a sweet-faced frankly elderly woman.
I shall manage these men far better than Colton, who is the crudest type of American politician.
But you might as well talk to the trade-winds, especially with such men as Tom Colton stirring the caldron.