John Muir and the Big Trees
Society of California Archivists Annual Meeting
Society of California Archivists
April 26-28, 2012
Date of Presentation
Naturalist John Muir may have come to California in 1868 to see the Giant Sequoia - the most massive trees in the world. At first he reveled among the groves, then he studied them scientifically, and lastly he fought to preserve "the noblest of the noble race.”
Wurtz, M. J.
John Muir and the Big Trees.
Paper presented at Society of California Archivists Annual Meeting in Ventura, CA.