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Yosemite: Its Wonders and Its Beauties (1868) by John S. Hittell

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CONCLUSION.

The time probably is not far distant when a good wagon road will be completed into, or to some point very near, the valley, so that the trip can be made conveniently from Stockton in two days, and at less expense than at present; and not until that is done will Yosemite attract a proper share of attention or offer the accommodations necessary to give satisfaction to travelers. The valley should and will become it favorite place, not only for hurried visits of tourists, but also for the prolonged sojourn of families who want to enjoy the mountain air amidst beautiful vegetation and sublime mountain scenery in a genial summer climate.


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