John Muir, Wilderness Essays


John Muir, Wilderness Essays


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An introduction, giving a brief but comprehensive sketch of John Muir's life and accomplishments, is by Dr. Buske, followed by his selection of essays, all reprints as follows: "The Discovery of Glacier Bay . . . ," no. 200; "The Alaska Trip," no. 210; "Twenty Hill Hollow," no. 13; "The Snow," no. 189, pp. 36-47; "A Near View of the High Sierra," no. 189, pp. 48-73; "Among the Animals of the Yosemite," no. 237, pp. 172-212; "The Yellowstone National Park," no. 237, pp. [37]-75; "A Great Storm in Utah," no. 66; "Wild Wool," no. 41; "The Forests of Oregon and Their Inhabitants," no. 165-7, pp. 396-405.


[Edited by Frank E. Buske.]


xxiv, [264] pp.


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John Muir, Wilderness Essays



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