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Published on Jul 9, 2008
In 1905, Jack London, American adventurer and author of "The Call of the Wild," "The Sea Wolf," "White Fang," and more than two dozen other books, purchased over 100 acres of land outside the town of Glen Ellen, in Sonoma County, California. He called the area "the Valley of the Moon." The ranch he built is now a California State Park and National Historic Landmark. The grounds include the ranch house, farm buildings, the House of Happy Walls, the ruins of the ill-fated Wolf House, and the graves of Jack and Charmian London.