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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 124 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 124
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Fort Bragg  - Chinese cooks are employed in the cook-houses of the various camps in the woods of the Union Lumber Company. They are the best help because they are good cooks but most of all because reliable. White help in a logging camp would go in a drunk with other men, and the crews would come in after a hard days work to find no dinner.  The material of the food is good and wholesome but is served roughly -- as might be expected. The men "pile in" with unwashed faces -- at least at midday -- and eat with their hats on. They get through in a hurry. I should have to be good and hungry to ::::::::: June 27, 1903.  eat their fare in the way that it is served.  To wash the knives and forks the chinaman puts in suds & hot water in the pan and shakes it about industriously. They they go into a basin with clear water and are then laid out on clean flour sacks to dry. The Chinamen are very clean. A fork dropped into the sink. It was picked up, washed in hot water and dried with a towel and thrown in with the rest
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