- n. United States race driver who was the first to drive faster than a mile a minute (1878-1946)
“There is also a species of lark much resembling the bird called the oldfield lark, with”
History of the Expedition under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark, Vol. I. To the Sources of the Missouri, Thence Across the Rocky Mountains and Down the River Columbia to the Pacific Ocean. Performed During the Years 1804-5-6.
“Saw a great number of buffaloe in the plains, also immence quantities of little birds and the large brown curloo; the latter is now seting; it lays it's eggs, which are of a pale blue with black specks, on the ground without any preperation of a nest. there is a kind of larke here that much resembles the bird called the oldfield lark with a yellow brest and a black spot on the croop; tho this differs from ours in the form of the tail which is pointed being formed of feathers of unequal length; the beak is somewhat longer and more curved and the note differs considerably; however in size, action, and colours there is no perceptable difference; or at least none that strikes my eye. after reaching our camp we kindled our fires and examined the meat which Capt.”
“Over the past 40 years much of the former cropland has reverted to marginally productive oldfield.”
“The Blackland Prairie remains today as small islands of native diversity in a matrix of primarily oldfield, tame pasture, and urban development.”
“Other typical oldfield invaders include sumacs, common persimmon, sassafras, plums, and black cherry.”
“Yesterday, when conditions were better, I also heard a Yellow Warbler singing in an oldfield area near here -- "sweet, sweet, sweet, you're so sweet!”
“(tarrega / oldfield) producer: oldfield / phillips”
“we are not your found objects - laura oldfield ford”
“P. maniculatus bairdii; captive stock = BW) mated with male oldfield mice (”
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