Henry David Thoreau Quote

There have been some nations who could do nothing but construct tombs, and these are the only traces which they have left. They are the heathen.


A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (ed. 1873)

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There have been some nations who could do nothing but construct tombs, and these are the only traces which they have left. They are the heathen.

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There have been some nations who could do nothing but construct tombs, and these are the only traces which they have left. They are the heathen.

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There have been some nations who could do nothing but construct tombs, and these are the only traces which they have left. They are the heathen.

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There have been some nations who could do nothing but construct tombs, and these are the only traces which they have left. They are the heathen.