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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 68 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 21 page 68
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Olema very base of petal claws.  - Earthquake, effect on trees, Douglas Fir trees along the rift that were thrown down were 90 to 125 ft. high and 2 to 3 ft. in diameter.  Just 1/4 mile south of Shafter place, where the rift runs on to the side of a low hill. :::::::::  Apr. 13, 1910.  - M. S. Baker says:  I think of Cupressus bakeri as a tree, not a shrub.  A great fire came off of Mt. Hood _ in May.  The country was green but a heavy north wind was blowing, so heavy as to carry fire down hill through green chaparral.  Fire was carried through the air a great distance;  Douglas Fir cones were blown across the valley two miles and setfire to the country. - Sept, 13, 1910.  _ Hoods Peak, Sonoma Co. - Clark, Galen.  Died in Oakland March 24, 1910.  Buried in Yosemite.  See S. F. Chronicle (weekly ed?) April 6, 1910.
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