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THE GIVING TREES

YOSEMITE VALLEY TO THE WAWONA AREA 35 miles and 1 hour

In 1864, the American Civil War was raging. But in the midst of bloodshed and chaos, there was a magnificent grove of ancient sequoia trees that came to President Abraham Lincoln’s

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