in Thoreau’s Journal: P.M. — To Smith’s chestnut grove and Saw Mill Brook. The large sugar maples on the Common are now at the height of their beauty. One, the earliest to change, is partly bare. This turned so early and so deep a scarlet that some thought that it was surely going to die. […]October 18, 1858
October 18, 1858
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