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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 48 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 48
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London Hort. Soc. "let me pray a little first" and kneeling down, commenced, and while invoking the Divine mercy was shot through the heart upon the spot.  The Indians immediately moved their camp and leaving the cattle they had bartered for behind them, returned home.  In consequence of their arrival now when their intentions of avenging themselves were but too well known, the Americans concentrated their naval forces in the Bay of San Francisco, Captain Fremont with his mounted rifle corps returned from :::::::::  Dec. 1, 1905. the South; volunteers and the landed proprietors were called out and sent up the River Sacramento to keep the depredations of the Walla Wallas in check. My two friends and companions were obliged by General Vallejo to proceed with him to the little town of Sonoma, in order, as he said, to defend their country from the attacks of the Indians. As for myself I followed them instinctively, having no horse, guide or knowledge of the country.  The general, thanks to his kindness, soon embargoed a horse for me, and towards night we arrived at Sonoma after a
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