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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 28 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 28
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Long Valley Creek  cos would join with the Lumber cos. the forest fire might not be so frequent a visitant. - Black Oak leaves do not disorganize quickly. Their ensigns or signatures cover the ground thickly here. - The California Demokrat of 1902 advertises Yerba Santa bitters. Also the California Pine Needle Co. (mattresses etc.) - Fraxinus Oregana sprouts abundantly from stumps. - Maul Oak - fuzz on under surface pollen-like acc. Mr. Mott.  [2198a Thysanocarpus curvipes Hook. var. elegans (F. & M.) Roh.]        :::::::::  June 7, 1903.  - "Tan Oak, Black Oak, White Oak and Live Oak and White Live Oak -- these are the oaks around here" -- The man from Laytonville; he came by, with a wheel[_], dragging a barrel which he had fixed up with a pole so that it would roll! And it ran very easy! He wanted to get it 8 mi. down the road and no man would hire him a team, so he proceeded about it Yankee-wise. He says he has Tan Oak on his claim east of here: - here being our camp spot for the night on Long Valley creek within half-mile of the Rancho Primero's northern ranch house.  [_bicycle]
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