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water which comes out of evert large canon. Many natural meadows occur here ordered by willow hedges with some small cottonwood and small patches of [[Jule?]] reeds. A line of abrupt [[break?]] in the surface contour occurs here beginning just back of Lone Pine at the case of the Alabamas and running at an angle from the [[nets?]] toward [[olleves?]] lake. This break was caused by the great earthquake and I could see cracks to 3ft across still plainly shown in the surface. The ground drops at an [[?]] abrupt slope from the edge of these breaks away rom the [[nets?]] forming a series of [[suiks?]] 10 to 30 ft lower than the breack leading out from the hills from which the break occurred. A seres of 4 shallow [[bouds?]] lie in a chain
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