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Everyone from government topographers and fur traders to missionaries imposing their beliefs onto Indigenous communities headed across the Mississippi River toward the Midwest.
Morris, who spent a decade as an Atlanta topographer, didn't really like to work.
The Topographer says he "describes with the language of a master, the artless scenes of uncultivated nature."On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening,|Samuel Felton
The old topographer informs us that in the time of Richard II.A History of the Cries of London|Charles Hindley
Surely Thackeray, especially in the “Ballads,” mentions many places not alluded to by the new topographer.Lost Leaders|Andrew Lang
And the feature which strikes the topographer is of course that which would naturally give the name.The River-Names of Europe|Robert Ferguson
We pursued them through passages and halls whose confused arrangement would craze the best military topographer.Saragossa|Benito Prez Galds