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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer 31 tracts of land for public parks, on which he planted shade trees from his own nurseries. To the public always he gladly and freely extended the use of his magnificent grounds..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer 11 own words are: He engaged me to go to Bodega and Fort Ross and to stay there until he could finish removing the property which he had bought from the Russians. I remained..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer 13 they organized a revolt against the Mexican Governor. Sutter, accompanied by Bidwell, went to Monterey, then the capital of the Province, in order to confer with Micheltorena..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...44 JohnBidwell, Pioneer wired to him and promptly came the answer : Any place on Rancho Chico is at your disposal except my door yard. This was enough and the Northern Branch State Normal School..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...26 JohnBidwell, Pioneer harvested in a single season ; and nuts, such as almonds, chestnuts, pecans, butternuts, walnuts, and filberts. In the orchards there were, at the time of General Bidwells..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...32 JohnBidwell, Pioneer Union Convention for the office of Governor, but was defeated by George C. Gorham by a vote of 148 against 132. The nomination of Gorham not being acceptable to many..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer elected principal of Kingsville Academy, although much younger than any of his competitors. In 1838, he returned to the home of his parents where he spent the winter teaching..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer 49 simple. A choir of Indian voices sang sweetly Good Night, and the Benediction was pronounced. Now to the earth let these remains In hope committed be; Until the body..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...34 JohnBidwell, Pioneer well said there was nothing wanting in intelligence, science, refinement, good taste, or money to make it attractive. Within its doors gracious hospitality was always its..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer 17 some of the most fertile and beautiful valley lands in the world. Six miles of foothill land carries the eastern boundary of the estate to an elevation of one thousand..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer 41 which he elevated to the dignity of a national political issue. His extreme radicalism was here manifest, for he would stop at no point short of the impracticable..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer the wonderful fruit, especially the oranges that abounded there. Bidwell determined that if possible he would see that wonderful land. When one is young, what odds, even though..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JOHNBIDWELL, Pioneer A SKETCH OF HIS CAREER [Vestzuard the course of empire takes its way THE natural ambition of every true young American to achieve independence has demonstrated beyond..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer 33 Chico, nor to more than mention the log houses he built in 1847 and 1849, as well as the historic adobe dwelling that he built in 1852, but it is of interest to briefly..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell Pioneer 29 employed was one hundred and fifty, although during the harvest and fruit seasons this number frequently rose to seven or eight hundred. The payroll amounted Cup awarded..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JOHNBIDWELL: A PRINCE AMONG PIONEERS BY ROCKWELL D. HUNT, PH. D. Here was a Roman, indeed, from whose life the immortal Cicero, were he again writing on old age, might have gleaned many a suggestion..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1900
Publication place:California, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer He reached Platte County in June, 1839, where, he says : On my arrival my means being all spent, I was obliged to accept the first thing that offered and began teaching..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...48 JohnBidwell, Pioneer and then For God and Native Land, a favorite hymn of General Bidwells, w^as sung by a number of students from the Normal School. A brief address was made by Mr. Willey, who..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...14 JohnBidwell, Pioneer In the autumn of 1845, John C. Fremont arrived in California at the head of his third expedition sent to explore the Great Basin and the maritime region of Oregon..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...JohnBidwell, Pioneer 25 The following list includes many of the products grown on the ranch: Cereals, such as wheat, barley, rye, oats, alfalfa, Indian corn, Egyptian corn, broom corn, sorghum..."
Date:1907
Publication place:Washington, USA