Authors

John Muir

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Kimes Entry Number

102

Original Date

8-25-1880

William and Maymie Kimes Annotation

Muir, happy to be back in his ""old quarters"" at Fort Wrangell, discloses his plan to travel northward in a canoe with a crew of Stickeen Indians in order to study the glaciers and the forests. S. Hall Young, the Presbyterian missionary, and his little dog, Stickeen, also accompany Muir.

Publication

San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, Aug. 25, 1880

Page/Column

p. 3, col. 9

Some Alaska Notes. Dull Times at Sitka and Fort Wrangel-Indians Turned Smugglers. (From Our Special Correspondent.) Fort Wrangel, August 14, 1880.

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