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Sunday, January 1, 2017
Back in the days of wagon trains moving west to settle and or prospect for gold the saying "to see the elephant" or "I've seen the elephant" was common. But what does it mean? According to the book GOLD DUST by Donald Dale Jackson, this expression was "a popular expression of the day which meant to learn or gain experience by enduring great hardship." So now you know.