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Jepson Field Book volume 66 page 182 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 66 page 182
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cont. from bottom p. 124- personage, sufficiently singular and unusual to warrant staring _ but the customed round had rendered him dry and futile. Only one in ages did any one new come to church _ or if so cast into too common a mold. Staring of sorts is sanctioned by history _ but perhaps mainly by the proletariat. In the tragedy of Julius Caesar.  The Little Vales and Glens -See account of my trip to Peaceful Glen, Nov. 19, 1940, in _Men and Manners_ vol. 13, p. 350.  Orchard Trees When harvesting a fruit crop in the summer we put in 4 tall posts, made a frame at their tops and piled leafy boughs on this, making a sort of pleasant arbor which was called a ramada. ::::::::: Native Anglo-Saxon Stock and its displacement. -At Vacaville 403 aliens registered. Reporter, 11-15-40.  -Edwin Markham, at [blank] School. Story of cf. S.D. Woods in California Writers Club, Quarterly Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 3. Oct., 1914.  Orchard Trees A row of mulberry stood in front of the old home at Little Oak, just to the right of the front gate path. The berries ripened in June. _ Because of being fruit we lads ate them but were not a prime favorite. The li[?] liked them better than we did. Compare the legend of the Mulberry tree as given in Brewer Dict. Of Phrase and Fable, p. 869. cf. the scientific names, Morus rubra, Morus nigra, Morus alba. Also M. alba var. multicaulis, Chinese Mulberry (on which silkworms feed). Cf. Morus, greek, fool; cf. Brewer, p. 869.
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