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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 200 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 10 page 200
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8 = Towards N. Yallo Bally with Douglas Spruce on the foreground hills. Perhaps some Garry & Bay Laurel. 11 = Tan Oak cutting near Briceland. 12. Mules loaded with bark, "    "  Spool No. 3- Tanbark peelings at Briceland, [illegible] peeled tree, tree with "try" marks on it, a young standing peeled tree with one rim taken; Tan Oak trunk with long straight healed scar gash. Also log peeled for 66 ft (tree 90 ft. h.); see further measurements on leaf 23. Log 14 in. diam at 5 [?] feet.  Spool No 4 / 1. Pelled [?] logs which will rot on the ground              2.  "        "    "    "    "  "  "    " (Briceland)  3. Peeled logs. 4 & 5. 10 & 14 in peeled trees.              6. General view -- Tan Oak, Madrona, Dougl                  Spruce in foreg. and distance. 7. Mule loaded. 8. Bark pile in woods alongside of trail. 9 Typical bald hills, Garry, Black O., Dougls 8., Bay Laurel at bottom, Tan O at top & left in Douglas Spruce stumps. 10 & 11. Bald Hills -- Douglas S., Tan Oak tree on high point & manzanita about face of it. Madrona to left (not conspic) & Garry Oak in low foreground. 12 Black O trunk  Spool No. 5. 1 & 2 Buckeye. 3. Stump sprouts  the tallest grew 5 1/2 ft after peeling last season. Have grown little this season (3 or 4 in), most 3 to 5 ft. h. -- about 750 of them, coming up also from center of hollow stump, fire-burned on one side. 4. Tan Oak sprouts. 5  Ditto, stump 5 1/2' diam. -- all peelings of 1903. No. 5 peeled very low exposing adventitious buds. 6. Ditto 5 same tree. Growth 1-3 ft. h. in last 3 pictures. 7. Tan O logs after area burned. 8. Fire-killed stump sprouts 2-3 ft. h. 9. No sprouts, stump old, low-peeled, no ::::::::: buds in sight., fire helped also 10. Rank growth, 5 ft. h. last fall & this spring. 225 shoots. 11. Douglas S. stump; Madrona & Dougl. S. 12. Fireburned at base Tan Oak; did not peel well and was abandoned, only being able to get off part of first rim.  Spool No. 6. - 1. the first rim taken off, chopping tree down (Tan Oak). 2-5 Peeling the log. 6,7, Extract Works  8. Cutting down tree. 9. Peeling; stumps 8-12'in [?] diam  10. Gully started by wagon-track. 11  Buckeye fls. 12 Dead fir -- fire burned skeleton Thorn [?]  Spool No. 7. - 1-4 Redwoods in White Thorn [?] 5 Redwood shoots from top of unpeeled stump  6-10 Redwoods near Kenny's  11. young sprouts of Redwood covering old stump.  Spool No. 8. 1-4 Wind-blown Redwoods at Inglenook. 5-7, Bishop Pine (6 & 7 at Ft Bragg, 5 at Inglenook, 8. Kidarka  9. Old Redwood stump with small stumps on edge of circle, diam. longest way = 29 ft., nearly circular, woody rim all around. 11. Black Oak toping [?] Chamisal on n. slope and choking it out, trail to Purdy's garden from Log Barn on Mill Creek. 12. Lilies in Purdy's Garden
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