Asa K. McIlhaney
Bath, Pennsylvania,Dec. 21, 1912Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.My dear Sir,I have just spent a delightful afternoon in reading your Reminiscences now running in the Atlantic Monthly, and look forward with pleasure for the the forthcoming issues. I have been an ardent lover and student of nature all my life, consequently I cannot help but appreciate your articles.My home is in the eastern part of Pennsylvania, in a section of country settled by the Ulster-Scot as early as 1728. These people were very religious and patriotic and furnished Washington with many of his best officers during the American Revolution. As frontiersmen they continually pushed the Indians westward, cleared the forest, and being fond05325
1912 Dec 21
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