First published in 1903, this is a fascinating historical document that provides a detailed survey of California's San Jacinto, San Bernardino, and San Gabriel Forest Reserves. Written by John Bernhard Leiberg, a renowned botanist and geologist, the report includes descriptions of the area's flora and fauna, geology, and climate, as well as recommendations for preserving the region's natural resources. An illuminating glimpse into the early history of environmental conservation in the United States.
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