Mountain Range in Trinity and Siskiyou Counties. Within Klamath, Shasta, and Trinity National Forest, northwest of the settlement of Trinity Alps. Bounded approximately by [northwest end] 405500N 1223000W and [southeast end] 410230N 1230500W.
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The Eastern Mojave
Desert plant collections of Annie Alexander and Louise Kellogg: 0235
One of several rivers draining west from the Sierra Nevada, originates in the northern part of Yosemite National Park at Tuolumne Meadows, passes through the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne which rivalled the beauty of Yosemite Valley before the Hetch Hetchy Dam was built, impounded in Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, impounded again in Don Pedro Lake, before passing through Modesto and joining the San Joaquin River.
Twentynine Palms, San Bernardino County, California.
Long established town in the southern Mojave Desert. Named in 1852 by Colonel Henry Washington, the surveyor of the San Bernardino base line, who found 29 "cabbage trees" here. This was the common name for the Washingtonia palm before the German botanist Wendland named it in 1879 for the father of our country, or for Henry Washington.