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The Life and Letters of

John Muir

by William Frederic Badè

1923 and 1924



Volume I

I. The Ancestral Background
II. Life on a Wisconsin Farm 1849-1860
III. As a Questioner at the Tree of Knowledge
IV. The Sojourn in Canada 1864-1866
V. From Indiana to California 1866-1868
VI. Following the Sheep 1868-1869
VII. First Yosemite Years 1869-1870
VIII. Yosemite, Emerson, and the Sequoias
IX. Persons and Problems
X. Yosemite and Beyond 1872-1873

Volume II

XI. On Widening Currents 1873-1875
XII. "The World Needs the Woods" 1875-1878
XIII. Nevada, Alaska, and a Home 1878-1880
XIV. The Second Alaska Trip and the Search for the Jeannette 1880-1881
XV. Winning a Competence 1881-1891
XVI. Trees and Travel 1891-1897
XVII. Unto the Last
I. 1897-1905
II. 1905-1914
XVIII. His Public Service


The Life and Letters of

John Muir


William Frederic Badè

Boston and New York
Houghton Mifflin Company

Copyright, 19243 by Houghton Mifflin Company
All Rights Reserved
The Riverside Press
Cambridge, Masschussetts
Printed in the U.S.A.

[Scanned and converted to HTML by Dan E. Anderson, 1999]

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