july 1903

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  • The Gold-Hunters of the North

    “No Christian martyr ever possessed greater faith than did the pioneers of Alaska. … They could not leave. They ‘knew’ the gold was there, and they persisted. Somehow, the romance of the land and the quest entered into their blood, the spell of it gripped hold of them and would not let them go.”

  • Dreams in the Redwoods

    A poem

  • Sargent’s Silva

    “Though accustomed to read the trees themselves, not written descriptions of them, I have read it through twice, as if it were a novel, and wished it were longer.”

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