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" I had another and a grander dream. A hundred years had passed, and I saw the valley, not, as now, only partially tamed and revelling in the wild magnificence of Nature, but from river-bed to mountain-summit humming with human life. I saw the same oaks... "
Ten Years in Paradise: Leaves from a Society Reporter's Note-book - Page 187
by Mary Bowden Carroll - 1903 - 212 pages
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At Home and Abroad: A Sketch-book of Life, Scenery and Men

Bayard Taylor - Europe - 1862 - 509 pages
...humming with human life. I saw the same oaks and sycamores, but their shadows fell on mansions which were fair as temples, with their white fronts and long colonnades: I saw gardens, refreshed by gleaming fountains—statues peeping from the gloom of laurel bowers—palaces, built to enshrine the new Art...
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California, Romantic and Beautiful: The History of Its Old Missions and of ...

George Wharton James - California - 1914 - 433 pages
...humming with human life. I saw the same oaks and sycamores, but their shadows fell on mansions which were fair as temples, with their white fronts and long...by gleaming fountains — statues peeping from the gloom of laurel bowers — palaces, built to enshrine the new Art which will then have blossomed here...
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CALIFORNIA ROMANTIC & BEAUTIFUL

GEORGE WHARTON JAMES - 1914
...partially tamed and revelling in the wild magnificence of Nature, but from river-bed to mountain-summit humming with human life. I saw the same oaks and sycamores, but their shadows fell on mansions which were fair as temples, with their white fronts and long colonnades: I saw gardens, refreshed by...
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California, romantic and beautiful: the history of its old missions and of ...

George Wharton James - California - 1914 - 433 pages
...partially tamed and revelling in the wild magnificence of Nature, but from river-bed to mountain-summit humming with human life. I saw the same oaks and sycamores, but their shadows fell on mansions which were fair as temples, with their white fronts and long colonnades: I saw gardens, refreshed by...
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