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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 178 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 27 page 178
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Berkeley to Yosemite ----------  - The International Phyto-Geographic Excursion in America, a party of 18, comes "to do" California. See p. 190-201. [This account was written in the summer of 1914 from memory. The account in the next book (_28) was written on the journey.] ---------- - Sequoia gigantea. Big Tree Grove at Calaveras, 1869. _50 and 5 days for round trip in cheapest and most expeditious manner. "Five men spent 22 days in 1854 cutting down a tree which was 92 feet in circumference and 300 feet high ::::::::: not indexed  Cont. -- Number of visitors annually is about 2000. -- From "Resources of States and Territories west of Rocky Mts., p. 52. J. Ross Browne. - Townshend. Narrative of a Journey across the Rocky Mts. to the Columbia River, etc. - Alphonse Wood. His own exuberant acc't of his botanical journeyings in Cal. in 1866 is to be found on p. 165, Proc. Acad. Phila. vol. 20. (1868). - Bloomer, H.G. An ardent cultivator of the native lilies. -- cf. Elwes, Monog. Lilium. - Calochortus excavatus Greene. The label on cotype in Hb.U.C. says "Bishop Creek, Nev", should be Bishop Creek, Inyo Co., Cal.
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