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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 22 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 18 page 22
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Sherwood Valley  have English sir-names which they took from the name of the man they worked for, just as the negroes took the names of their masters.      Sherwood in his life-time acquired wide celebrity by reason of his shrewdness, conversational powers and patriarchal appearance. From the the Sherwood porch one looks out over a most charming prospect of valley, wooded hills with open swales between, and in the distance the heavy outline of Mt. Sanhedrin. Nearly all that one can see, except the distant mountains, Sherwood owned -- a principality.    ::::::::: August 7, 1907.  But he dissipated, died heavily in debt and but 15 or 20 acres are left the widow.  Altitudes (in Mendocino Co.). Ukiah        635 feet Willits    1350  " Covelo      1250  " Potter      975  " Boonville    525  " Ridgewood  1927  " Sherwood    2200  " Sanhedrin  6300  "  Went down to Willits Aug. 7.
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