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  1. EXPLORE GLEN ELLEN "Dearest Sister Eliza, We know where lies the Valley of the Moon, you and I. And the Valley of the Moon, in our small way, yours and mine, will be a better valley for our having been ...” Jack London, Inscription to Eliza Shepard in his novel Valley of the Moon. Discover Glen Ellen

  2. Discover Glen Ellen | Jack London State Historic Park

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    Charming Glen Ellen may be small, but this tiny hamlet packs a lot of punch. Find out for yourself why the London’s were drawn to the region. After visiting Jack London State Historic Park where the famed author built Wolf House, wrote novels and pioneered innovative farming methods, visit: Benziger Family Winery

  3. Jack London Village, just south of Glen Ellen on Arnold Drive, is steeped in a rich history, yet anchored squarely in the present. The beautiful natural setting nestled among mature trees, where Ashbury Creek flows into Sonoma Creek, provides a perfect environment for a relaxing morning or afternoon.

  4. Jack London State Historic Park - Wikipedia

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    Jack London State Historic Park, also known as Jack London Home and Ranch, is a California State Historic Park near Glen Ellen, California, United States, situated on the eastern slope of Sonoma Mountain.

    • October 15, 1966
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  6. Jack London | Biography, Books, & Facts | Britannica

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    Sep 10, 2020 · Jack London, pseudonym of John Griffith Chaney, (born January 12, 1876, San Francisco, California, U.S.—died November 22, 1916, Glen Ellen, California), American novelist and short-story writer whose best-known works—among them The Call of the Wild (1903) and White Fang (1906)—depict elemental struggles for survival.

  7. Jack London Village | SonomaCounty.com

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    Jack London Village, just south of Glen Ellen on Arnold Drive, is steeped in a rich history, yet anchored squarely in the present. The beautiful natural setting nestled among mature trees, where Ashbury Creek flows into Sonoma Creek, provides a perfect environment for a relaxing morning or afternoon.

  8. Jack London Village Glen Ellen Sonoma Location

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    Visit us at Jack London Village, just south of Glen Ellen and a few minutes from Kenwood and the Valley of the Moon in the heart of the Sonoma Wine Country, California. We are located at 14301 Arnold Drive, 10 minutes north of the Sonoma Square and a mile south of Glen Ellen.

  9. Jack London Yacht Club

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    The Jack to Jack Yacht Race Our signature race, the Jack to Jack Yacht Race (J2J), occurs every April on Sonoma Creek, when historically, the water level is at its highest. The race takes place in Glen Ellen, from the Jack London Lodge, Creekside, to the Jack London Village, Creekside, a .7 mile course.

  10. Jack London - Wikipedia

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    The buildings and property were later preserved as Jack London State Historic Park, in Glen Ellen, California. Suicide debate Because he was using morphine, many older sources describe London's death as a suicide, and some still do. [61]

  11. Wolf House - Wikipedia

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    Wolf House was a 26-room mansion in Glen Ellen, California, built by novelist Jack London and his wife Charmian London.The house burned on August 22, 1913, shortly before the Londons were planning to move in. Stone ruins of the never-occupied home still stand, and are part of Jack London State Historic Park, which has been a National Historic Landmark since 1963.