[Robert Underwood] Johnson
the Secretary. The bill is founded on a lie--that a large part of the park is farm & mine land. With the exception of a strip on the western border there are no mines & no farms. Should this unrighteous bill pass the entire park may as well be abandoned to the thieves.I send herewith a copy of the report of the Superintendant of the Sequoia Park which is good. Also a letter from McAllister, & and a few clippings.Ever yours trulyJohn Muir
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