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These articles upon the trees of Salem and its neighborhood were prepared for the Salem Gazette from notes made during the season of 1890, and appeared each week in the columns of that paper through the summer of 1891. They have since been revised and some additional matter introduced for publication in pamphlet form, at the request of the directors of the Essex Institute.<br><br>They were written for popular entertainment and instruction at the request of the Editors of the Gazette; and, although arranged with considerable care, they are not intended as botanical essays and the writer would not wish to have them so considered by professional botanists. For convenience of referring to the time of flowering and other conditions of the trees the date of publication is given at the close of each sketch.
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John Robinson born on Stafford Wright Rd. by a midwife in Valdosta Georgia, obtained a GED from the State of Florida. He is a minister, former business owner and community activist working for economic equality. He is a representative of the Black Business Association of Lowndes County and a member of the People Tribunal of Valdosta. A father to four sons who are successful in their professions and a grandparent to more than 20 grandkids. Mr. Robinson enjoys drawing, writing and a favorite family leisure activity of fishing. On a good day you will find John cooking alongside his wife Terrie of 40 plus years.
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