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Frank Augustine Gardner, Gardner Memorial, A Biographical and Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Thomas Gardner, Planter . . . through his son Lieut. George Gardner (Salem, 1933), pp. 127-133. 56. (Salem, 1888), p. 14. 57.
Brock Jobe, "The Boston Furniture Industry, 1720- 1740," in Boston Furniture of the Eighteenth Century, edited bv Walter Muir Whitehill, Brock Jobe, and Jonathan Fairbanks (Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1974), p. 28. As quoted ...
Brock Jobe, "The Boston Furniture Industry, 1720-1740," in Boston Furniture of the Eighteenth Century, ed. Walter Muir Whitehill, Jonathan Fairbanks, and Brock Jobe (Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1974), 3-48 ; Benno M. Forman ...
Brock Jobe, "The Boston Fumiture Industry 1720-1740," in Walter Muir Whitehill, ed., assisted by Brock Jobe, Boston Furniture of the Eighteenth Century (Boston: The Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1974), pp. 33-34, 39-40, 42; and Benno ...
Surely here is the book that should follow upon Walter Whitehill''s classic Topographical History.'' - Sam Bass Warner, Jr., Jack Meyerhoff Professor of Environmental Studies, Brandeis University
A collection of Muir's finest nature and environmental writings includes excerpts from all his major works, including Travels in Alaska and My First Summer in the Sierra. Reprint.
New information on the life of the famed environmentalist presented in 2001 at the John Muir Institute, hosted by the John Muir Center.
Robert Fuller portrays Muir as a pantheist (51), and Adam Sowards follows Weiss and Taylor in reading Muir's Christianity as merely a vocabular inheritance. 5. Elsewhere, Stoll also places Muir in the Reformed Protestant tradition because of ...
The sixty extant journals and numerous notes in this volume were written from 1867 to 1911. They start seven years after the time covered in The Story of My Boyhood and Youth, Muir's uncompleted autobiography.
The remaining papers in the collection consist mainly of Muir's research, drafts and correspondence relating to this publication (5 boxes, 1 file).
Henry H. Arnold Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, DC. Hanson W. Baldwin Oral History, Naval Historical Center, Washington, DC. Thomas B. Buell–Ernest J. King–Walter M. Whitehill Collection, Naval Historical ...
Features the eight influential books in which John Muir reflects on the beauty of America's wilderness and fights for their protection.
Parts First and Second John Muir. Dadat, ii. 98 Dadatah, ii. 98 Dadathuh, ii. 131 Dadatï, ii. 30 Dadäti, ii. 12,30, 98 Dadato, ii. ... 127 Danam, declens., ii, 250 Danavas, i. 38, 166 f, 192 ; ii. 431 Danavratas, i. 193 Dandaka forest, ii. 425 Dandan, ii.
Muir's engaging journal describes majestic vistas, flora and fauna, as well as the region's other breathtaking natural wonders. 21 black-and-white illustrations.
Profiles John Muir, founder of the Sierra Club.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Worster, Donald, 1941– A passion for nature ; the life of John Muir / Donald Worster. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 978-0-19-516682-8 1. Muir, John, 1838–1914. 2.
Yet the book also describes a Muir who was a successful fruit-grower, a talented scientist and world-traveler, a doting father and husband, a self-made man of wealth and political influence.
An account of John Muir's 1881 voyage to Arctic waters off the coast of Alaska aboard the steamer Thomas Corwin
John Muir was a Scottish-American naturalist, author, and early advocate of preservation of wilderness in the United States.
Describes an episode in the life of conservationist John Muir when he was stranded on a glacier with a brave dog, Stickeen.
Here collected are some of Muir's finest wilderness essays, ranging in subject matter from Alaska to Yellowstone, from Oregon to the High Sierra.This book is part of a series that celebrates the tradition of literary naturalists--writers ...
In this definitive photobiography, Ehrlich brings her award-winning grace & insight to the life of one of our nation's most prized environmental heroes--John Muir, a founder of the Sierra Club.
... m James Edison m Thomas McQuire m George W. Wynn m Jennie Muir m Jenne Rebecca B. Campbell m Philip Mann m Amalia Klement m William H. Bisphain m William H. Preston m Olive Hazel Hockett m Walter Albert Davis m Van Ness ...
First published in 1981 by Little, Brown, this book was warmly received as both a biography of Muir and a history of the American conservation movement. It is now available in this new Wisconsin paperback edition.
Muir also details the events that lead to Rob Reiner's influential and legendary This Is Spinal Tap , which Rolling Stone called the best rock and roll movie of all time, and in which Guest played the part of guitarist Nigel Tufnel.
With dozens of reproductions of Deakin's most compelling images, letters, contact sheets and other ephemera, and a text by acclaimed photographic historian Robin Muir charting his troubled Soho existence, this book is an evocative record of ...