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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 120 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 120
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Fort Bragg  - A Fort Bragg Indian came into the Union Lumber Co's store where I was waiting for Mr. Weller. He was very garrulous in praise of Mr. Weller. At length he said: -- "Mr. Weller he fine man, very fine man. I know him long time" Yes. "Oh. Yes -- long time. I know him Kibesillah. He get married there. She fine woman. Yes, she very fine woman. -- He got the same one yet!" ::::::::: June 27, 1903.  - Stinking Fir = Abies grandis. So called because of its disagreeable odor. Leaves come out all around, on every side, but invariably spread out in two ranks, making a flat spray, at least on horizonal or semi-horizontal branches. Trees 150 to 200 ft. h. all through the woods. Ranges as far east as Melburne on the Ukiah road from Mendocino city. One broad white stomatal band on either side the midrib. The leaves on top of the flat spray have the peculiarity of being much shorter than those that originate from the sides. Terminal branchlets usually give rise to 3 branchlets each season, a terminal and 2 lateral. It is little used for lumber. It is regarded as inferior and little is cut. The 10-ft.
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